5 - Piece Tahoe Counter Height Dining Set
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Delivery:When you lease with Aaron's, delivery and set up are free! Please contact your local store for store-specific delivery guidelines designed to keep you and our team members safe. Set-up does not include connection of gas or water, or installation of AC units or video doorbells.Service & Repair:If you have a service problem, Aaron’s will dispatch a repair technician at no additional charge. Plus, a natural disaster waiver is included too, in order to protect you in the event of fires or floods. When you pay out your lease, we even provide you an additional 60-day limited extended warranty (N/A in NC or WA). Some restrictions apply.
This transitional group is a great addition to your dining space. Counter height seating is comfortable and casual. An open shelf on the table base allows for storage or display while inset legs provide freedom of movement. The linen style upholstered seats lighten up the group.
- Transitional style
- Open display/storage shelf
Product Weight: 70.40lb
Warranty: Item is warrantied to be free from manufacturer's defects for a period of 12 months.
Product Care: Wood products should be dry dusted regularly. Occasional polishing with an industry standard furniture polish may be done. Spot clean upholstery with a water based cleaning solution. Test all products for colorfastness.
- Chair 17.00''W x 39.00''H x 17.00''D
- Seating Capacity 6
- Table 40.00''W x 36.00''H x 40.00''D
- Style Contemporary
- Dining Color Grey
- Dining Type Counter Height
- Table Color Grey
- Table Base Material Wood
- Wood Type Mindy veneer, Birch Veneer, MDF, Rubberwood
- Bedroom Color Grey
- Color Gray
In addition, after the same as cash option expires, you can purchase the merchandise for more than the cash price but less than the total of remaining lease payments, as described in your lease agreement. This early purchase option amount varies by state and is explained in the lease agreement.