Kavalan I Counter Stool | Fabric


Color: Cream | Black Matte
Material: Metal | Fabric

Net Dimensions (in): 17.0L x 22.0W x 33.3H
Net Weight (lbs): 18.74
Gross Dimensions (in): 17.7L x 22.4W x 34.7H
Gross Weight (lbs): 24.25

Warranty: Includes a 5 Year Limited Warranty. Click here for more details.

Supplier: Mercana

Find me in the Sterling Homes Thomas showhome in Kinglet Gardens | 5704 Lark Point NW

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The Kavalan I is a counter stool featuring a low-back style, fabric-covered seat. The seat is mounted on a sturdy, matte-black iron frame with a footrest, to ensure a comfortable seating experience. The Kavalan I counter stool, thanks to its white toned fabric-covered seat and metal body, fits perfectly in spaces that are based on the Modern and Industrial and design styles.

Sturdy Construction

  • Featuring a frame and base crafted from solid metal, the Kavalan I is a sturdy, low back style counter stool with exceptional stability and balance.

Superior Finish

  • In addition to sturdy construction, the Kavalan I also flaunts a superior, matte-black polish on the metal frame that complements the white fabric wrapped seat up top and adds to the visuals of this piece.

Mid-Century Modern Design

  • Prudently designed to suit contemporary spaces, the KavalanI flaunts a low-back, contoured seat wrapped in cream fabric which perfectly complements its solid wood frame. The juxtaposition of fabric and metal with a low-back style seat makes this a great piece for contemporary spaces.


  • The four legs of the Kavalan I are stabilized by metal flat-bracing that also serves as a footrest and ensures a comfortable seating experience.

The Kavalan Counter Stool is available to view in the following Edmonton Showhome:

Sterling Homes Thomas showhome in Kinglet Gardens | 5704 Lark Point NW.
Click here to view other items available in this modern industrial home.







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