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Chair ZINDA 148,00€
The ZINDA Chair is a steady classic but original design. Children love the hidden cabinet under the seat and the letterbox slot in the back.

. Stable construction and size make it easy to use for children
. Hidden pigeonhole under the seat to slide paintings or other creations
. Long window like hole in the back makes it easy to grab
. Back inclined for comfort
. Because it has been designed without arm-rests, it can also be used by older children or grown-ups
. Supplied with pre-glued felt protectors to place under the feet if used on varnished floor
. Stackable on other Zinda chairs
. Colours: 3 colours to choose from : turquoise blue, aubergine purple and bright orange. For more details on the colours, click on the flower button above.

Dimensions: 32x31x56 cm, seat height: 29 cm. Weight: 3.5kg.
Delivered already assembled.

Delivered within 4 weeks in France, Italy, Spain, Belgium and UK, delivery charges 15,00€. For delivery to other countries please contact us.

ECO-FRIENDLY: your children can breathe !
- The NONAH furniture is made exclusively of solid wood, without any MDF, MDF E1 (so called eco-MDF), plywood or laminated wood, to guarantee that it is totally free from the formaldehyde that is present in the glues or resins used to make these reconstituted woods. It is naturally beautiful.
- The birch used to manufacture NONAH furniture is grown in sustainable FSC certified forests. The furniture is manufactured in Latvia, with local wood that has not been chemically treated.
- The paint and the undercoat are compliant with the European regulation EN71-3, and are free from formaldehyde, toxic heavy metals, phthalates, CMR (1+2) compounds and volatile organic halogenous compounds.
- The oil used for the protection of the wood is biodegradable. It contains no solvents nor VOC’s. It is compliant with the EN 71-3 European regulation relating to the security of toys.
- The glues used in the assembly process are free from formaldehyde. The methods used in the assembly of the furniture are, where possible, wooden techniques. Use of metal components is kept to a minimum.
- Each piece of furniture is manually assembled, painted and oiled, with constant attention to achieving optimal quality.