BUY Blue ChoCho Armchair for ₹1,284 per month (ONLY 2 IN STOCK!)
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2-Year Interest-Free EMI
Rental and Interest free EMI option available for employees with credit cards from following banks:
HDFC • Standard Chartered • Yes Bank • IndusInd Bank • Ratnakar Bank
Monthly EMI: INR 1284
Cashback (to be paid in 45 days): INR 3807
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Majnun (Armchair) is insane. Driven crazy by his love for Laila, his tale is the inspiration for innumerable poems, ghazals, and paintings through the ages. Our Majnun is a dapper lover who does best when paired with counterpart Majnuns and better still, when paired with Laila! The romance of these two has its origins in the deserts of Arabia, but people in India believe that the couple finally eloped to Rajasthan where they were buried in the village of Bijnore in Sriganganagar district. Thousands of young lovers from all over the country visit the village in June to commemorate their love.
General specifications (l x b x h): 35 in x 30 in x 32.5 in
Seating height: 18.5 in
Seating depth: 21 in
Seating width: 22 in
Armrest height: 26.5 in
Wood: Natural Gum Wood & Plywood with Natural Brown Finish Suspension System: Horizontal Spring with Nylon Straps
Foam: High Density below cushion on frame (single foam attached to frame), on sides of armrest, on back (outer structure of the product)
Removable cushion: High Density with Dacron Wrap
Mid-century modern structure facilitating easy maintenance, sweeping, and swabbing
Capacious bucket – as cosy as it is regal – that would put the Iron Throne to shame!
Durable and ever-lasting natural gum wood that is light-as-a-feather, yet stiff-as-a-board
Certified Master of Functionality-Ergonomics-Comfort-Aesthetics-and-Quality
Thick multicoloured ChoCho yarn woven onto tough Blue linen and cotton mixed fabric.
Our upcycled fabric has been sourced from the textile weaving hubs of Bihar where all textile waste – either generated from production or imported from abroad – is collected and broken down into yarn. Chocho yarn is derived from cotton, linen, and viscose waste combined. It is a thick strand of twisted fabrics woven onto a linen and cotton warp fabric.