With its quintessential blend of classic elegance and modern comfort, the Fremont Swivel Chair is a real people pleaser. This transitional look sports a clean tuxedo silhouette accented with plush tufting. A border of nailhead studs and a square wood base punctuates the look and makes a fabulous way to coordinate with your moldings and wood furnishings.
The Silverado Fremont Tufted Swivel Chair with Nailheads, made by Lexington,
is brought to you by Furniture Fair - North Carolina. Furniture Fair - North Carolina is a local furniture store, serving the Jacksonville, Greenville, Goldsboro, New Bern, Rocky Mount, Wilmington NC area. Product availability may vary.
Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
Custom Fabrics or Leathers
Leg / Base
Hundreds of fabric and leather colors available to special order.
Depth (front to back)
Width (side to side)
Height (bottom to top)
Construction & Materials
Stretch web construction is strips of 2-inch wide elasticized webbing stretched and interlaced from front-to-back
and side-to-side in the seating area of the frame. These strips are covered with a 1/2-inch seat pad material
before the seat fabric is applied.
Made In the USA
To maximize the yeild and quality traits of this natural resource, wood is cut into smaller depths and layered
perpendicular to criss-cross the grain and add strength and rigidity. The glue is applied evenly between the slices,
then pressure is applied to ensure the glue is absorbed into the pores and cures to become a solid hardwood blank.
The layered hardwood blanks come in various depths, we use 7/8-inch, 1-inch, and 23/32 inches. Depending on
the frame requirements, two blanks may be glued together to make the finish depth requirement.
Layered hardwood is ideal for areas of the frame that will be covered by foam padding before fabric or leather
upholstery is applied, which provides strength and rigidity of the final product. The front rails, back rail, and top
rail are hardwood solids, purposely placed at the load beraing areas of the frame. And solid wood blanks are used
to ensure the intricacies of the carving details and/or machining requirements, and to highlight the wood grain
visibility once finished. To ensure a strong frame, the joints must fit snuggly wherein the glue cures to make a