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Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166
Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166

Technical documents

• Koehoorn Dining Chair Dimensions (PDF)
• Koehoorn Flyer (PDF)*
* Scroll down in the PDF document for the English translation


Wooden dining room chair Koehoorn

With a set of Koehoorn chairs around your dining table you bring a nice vintage vibe to your interior. You can taste the Scandinavian influences in the Dutch design from the 50s/60s. It is a chair that is simply well put together, and that means seating comfort! A truth as a cow…

The Koehoorn is a Dutch chair from the 1950s/60s, produced by Tijsseling for Hulmefa. It is the Dutch translation of the well-known Cowhorn Chair by Hans Wegner that was more imitated.

Features of the Koehoorn

The Koehoorn Chair is available in two types of wood: oak or walnut. The solid wood is finished with oil. The back and seat are covered with the sustainable fabric Cura from Gabriel, which is made of 98% recycled polyester.

Product information

Name: Koehoorn

Brand: Sav & Økse

Type: dining room chair

Frame material: oak or walnut wood

Upholstery: Gabriel Cura

Delivery: fully assembled

Warranty: 2 years

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  • Koehoorn Chair Oak Natural Oil / Cura Dark Blue 66166

    Sav & Okse
  • €259,00

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