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Global Halo Accent Chair

Halo Accent Chair


Stylish addition to your favourite room

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Previous Price £249.00
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Product Description

The Halo accent chair is an elegant bedroom chair with a deeply padded, round tufted back for a traditional look and comfortable feel. With decorative front legs and outward turning back legs to compliment the overall shape. Available online in 3 colours to compliment any décor.


  • Accent/bedroom chair 
  • Available in Mercury, Duck Egg and Blush
  • Rounded back design
  • Decorative front feet
  • Light oak feet
  • Manufactured in the UK


  • Height 78cm
  • Width 66cm
  • Depth 69cm


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At the time of purchase you can select our Standard Delivery service nor our Delivery & Set-Up Service. All deliveries are carried out using our own fleet of vehicles and dedicated trained staff, ensuring you get the highest standard of service.

Standard Delivery - £20

Our ‘Standard Delivery’ service is only £20 per order - the cheapest of any of the major furniture retailers in the South West. This service delivers your furniture to any accessible room of your choice in Devon & Cornwall, without the need for our staff to remove windows or doors.  Your order will be left in any manufacturers’ packaging for you to unwrap – disposal of the packaging will be your responsibility.

Delivery & Set-Up Service - £40

Our ‘Delivery & Set-Up Service’ costs just £40 and includes delivery, unwrapping and assembly of all applicable furniture leaving them ready for use (please note that some items are sold as self assembly and as such we do not offer the deluxe delivery service on them – these items are indicated as such). This service also includes the removal of all packaging, leaving you free to immediately enjoy your new furniture.

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