Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair

  • Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair
  • Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair
  • Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair
Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair
Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair
Skyline - Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair

Bradbury Velvet Tufted Accent Chair

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Product Details

Classic tufted fabric gets a modern update in a versatile shape with a fluted leg. A comfort staple for any space, this charming piece has a traditional silhouette that looks good with any color palette. A Macy's exclusive.

  • Hand-tufted
  • Foam padding
  • Created for Macy's
  • A made-to-order, direct ship item. Will ship directly from the manufacturer within 15 days.
  • Made in USA of Globally Sourced Components
  • Check out your favorite fabric and color before you buy. To receive free swatches, email MacysSwatches@macys.com with your full name, address and fabric choice.
  • 1 year warranty
  • Check out your favorite fabric and color before you buy. To receive free swatches, email Macysswatches@skylinefurnituremfg.com with your full name, address and fabric choice.

Web ID: 976525

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    Em150
    Feb 02, 2016
    Color misleading

    I want to warn shoppers that the "emerald" green color shown on the website does not seem to me at all accurately representative of the actual green color of the piece. To me the chair in person appears quite dark and definitely on the "olive" side of green rather than emerald. Some people may like this color, of course; the concern in me is that it does not look like the green pictured. I certainly wouldn't have ordered it if I had understood how the actual color appeared, while conversely, some people who wouldn't order it because of its color appearance online would probably be interested in it in person. If you are looking for a bright or vibrant green, or even a forest color, I recommend looking elsewhere. If you want something dark enough that it doesn't appear green in certain lights and has an olive tint in others, you may like the "emerald" choice.