Pair of Foldable chairs in bamboo & yuta


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Discover the blend of vintage charm and modern functionality with our pair of 1950s foldable chairs, recently reupholstered in durable beige cotton.

Experience the timeless charm and practicality of these 1950s foldable chairs, recently updated with durable beige yuta to enhance any contemporary or retro living space. These chairs are not just a nod to vintage style but a blend of comfort and convenience, ideal for both everyday use and special occasions.

Design and Functionality

Each chair is crafted to offer both style and flexibility. Their unique folding design makes them perfect for spaces that require adaptable seating solutions, easily stowing away when not needed. This feature, combined with their lightweight structure, allows for effortless mobility and storage, making them an excellent choice for both indoor and outdoor settings.

Material and Durability

Recently reupholstered in a robust beige yuta, these chairs not only provide a fresh look but also promise durability and ease of maintenance. The fabric choice adds a touch of warmth and sophistication, seamlessly integrating with various decors. The original framework of the chairs retains slight scratches and light wear, evidencing their history and resilience through decades of use.


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Height: 80.5 cm

Width: 59 cm

Depth: 54 cm

Seat Height: 43 cm


These chairs are in good condition, with the structure remaining original and intact, showcasing the craftsmanship of the 1970s. The fabric has been replaced recently to revive its appeal while maintaining the authentic feel of the era. The minor scratches and wear are consistent with age and use, adding character and storytelling to each piece.