Zsa Zsa Chair 1 Multi by Nuloom Like your modern furniture with a little more pop? The Zsa Zsa chair hits the mark with a classic Mid-Century form dressed in bright solids, geometric patterns and bursting floral prints hand-picked from areas throughout Central Asia. Made in Lebanon by the Beirut-based design company Bokja, this vibrant, one-of-a-kind piece is filled with passion, history and culture, and will serve as a palette of inspiration for a room filled with beautiful, colorful things. Decor, Chairconstruct Materials, Arm Chairs, Zsa Zsa, Club Chairs, Furniture, Accent Chairs, Products, Patchwork Accent
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