Our new Livi Dining Chair seamlessly blend comfort and support with modern, on-trend style. Busy families love these dining chairs because they not only look great but are also highly functional. The durable legs are made from rubberwood and provide all-round sturdy support.
Style is always at the forefront of every Mocka design and these chairs are no exception. With a nod to Scandi design, natural tones compliment the soft colour of the seat for simple, chic styling. These chairs are designed to flawlessly complement the Livi Dining Table allowing you to furnish your dining space with ease.
Seating the whole family is also no issue – 6 chairs will easily fit around this tabletop. For added flexibility in your seating, then you might enjoy our Livi Bench Seat. When paired together, this range creates one magazine-worthy dining space that will have you reaching your dining room #goals in no time.
If you love the Livi look, check out the full range here!
|Made from||A padded polyester cushion with rubber wood legs and an MDF seat with an ash veneer finish|
Seat - 44cm high from floor - 46cm deep x 46cm wideBackrest - 44cm wide x 30cm high
- 80cm high from top to floor
Assembly Instructions Care Instructions - Livi (75.93 KB) Assembly Instructions - Livi Dining Chair (500.79 KB)
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Fantastic service, Would definitely buy from againGorgeous looking chairs that are strong and fit any styleItems were delivered fast and staff were extremely prompt with handling any questions I had.
They are pretty true to the picture on the websiteYes the delivery was speedy after ordering and the actual furniture was pretty true to the picture on the web site
Easy to put together, good quality and looks awesome!Great quick answers to my questions, fast delivery, awesome product.
- Fantastic service, Would definitely buy from again Review by Jessica Wolters
- Review by Karen Renall
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