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Sol y Luna Chair Pad

Sol y Luna Chair Pad

Designed by Dan Johnson, produced by Brown Jordan

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Item Number: 7378
$255.00

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The seat pads for the Sol y Luna Collection are made of Suncloth® fabric and designed for outdoor use. They are UV and water resistant, and even if they get soaked, they'll dry quickly.

  • The canvas color is neutral enough to work with any setting.
  • At 1.25" thick, these cushions are comfortable but still sleek enough to maintain a simple and sleek aesthetic.
  • They're made for Sol y Luna but can be used with any outdoor furniture.
  • Sol y Luna Chair Pad

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Dimensions

L 20" W 18.25"

Materials

100% solution-dyed acrylic Suncloth fabric.

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