Free shipping on every order
Free shipping will be automatically applied at checkout for customers in the 48 contiguous United States. Offering free shipping is just one of the many ways we make shopping for furniture and home accents enjoyable and hassle-free.
Free 30-day returns
We offer free 30-day returns to customers in the 48 contiguous United States. We created this policy as part of our ongoing effort to provide a hassle-free shopping experience, enabling you to transform your living space into your own personal showroom, and try your favorite design in the comfort of your own home before making a long-term commitment. Please note that not all products are eligible for free returns. To see whether a product is eligible go to the product details section of the product page.
10 years warranty on all products
Every Interior Icons purchase is covered by our generous 10-year warranty. This warranty includes any defects or problems with our high-quality materials and any workmanship issues. Damage or problems from misuse, accidents, or wear and tear are not covered under our 10-year warranty.
The Finer Details
The wildly popular Standard Chair by Jean Prouvé is anything but standard. This iconic seating solution is crafted from high-quality metal, Its clean lines and comfortable seat make it a customer favorite for home and business spaces.
This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties.
- Product Dimensions: H30.7 in x W15.7 in x D17.7 in
- Seat Height: 18.3 in
- Weight: 15 lbs
- Packaging Dimensions: (16.8 lbs): 16.9 in x 20.5 in x 32.7 in
- No. of Cartons: 1
- Material: Plywood
- Base Material: Powder coated #304 grade stainless steel
- Assembly: None required, it comes fully assembled
- Free Returns: Yes
Born to French painter and sculptor Victor Prouvé, Jean Prouvé was exposed to artistry at a young age. His father belonged to the Art Nouveau École de Nancy, where he brushed elbows with a multitude of fellow famous artists.
Although Prouvé himself studied to be a blacksmith, he went on to become an engineer. His knowledge, ability, and creativity were paramount in his career, and in 1923 he launched his first workshop in Nancy, France. This was the first of many.
His advice to artists: "Never design anything that cannot be made."
Interior Icons vs Traditional Retail
By cutting out the middle men and traditional 200-400% markup, we’re able to offer you beautiful, lasting designer furniture at exceptional value.