Give your dining room a fun new look with these old-fashioned oak dining chairs. A rich bronze finish and distressed wood seats make the chairs look like antiques, and you can use the chairs in a contemporary or traditional dining room or kitchen....more
This pair of Oak Hill dining chairs are constructed of hardwoods in a distressed Oak finish. These chairs have a metal back and legs in an antiqued bronze finish with accented rubbed edges, and uniquely distressed contoured seat.
Materials: Hardwood solids
Finish: Distressed oak
Stylish metal base in an antiqued bronze finish
Matching metal back and legs and hand distressed contoured seat
Dimensions: 40 inches high x 18 inches wide x 18 inches deep
Note: This product will be shipped using Threshold delivery. The product will be delivered to your door or the nearest ground-level entrance of your residence. Signature required upon delivery.
I love these chairs! My husband and I are having a 10 foot farmhouse table made, so I wanted chairs that would compliment our existing furniture, be durable enough to withstand the many 6 foot + men in our family and meet our budget. I had originally looked for wood chairs, but everything I found felt too small, the reviews led me to believe they were too weak, or they just didn't fit our budget. The moment I came cross these chairs I fell in love. The wood and metal work so well together; giving a rustic look and just enough metal to avoid feeling too industrial. The metal is super-sturdy and the solid wooden seat is huge. My 6'2 husband feels very confident with these chairs holding his weight, and they're comfortable! We ordered 12 chairs, so it took quite awhile to put them all togehter, but it was well worth the hours of assembly. Here are my words of advice for assembly:
- When you lay out all the pieces, I learned that it's best not to follow the instructions to a T. I put my first couple chairs frames together laying flat on the ground, but that was a mistake. First, lay the back on the ground and screw the side rails (items B & C) into the back, but don't screw them in all the way.
- Once B & C are screwed in enough to hold, stand the seat back upright (you may need a second set of hands to help with this part). When the chair is upright, then put on the front piece. Itís awkward and kind of challenging, but it pays off. If you do it this way, you can make sure that the chair is being screwed together so the legs are even and the chair doesn't wobble. You may need to twist and adjust parts B & C to get it together right, so itís helpful that theyíre not screwed in all the way after step 1. I had to redo my first couple chairs when I learned they were very wobbly. Once I started putting them together with this new method, I had sturdy chairs with no wobble!
- Once the frame is all together, set the wood seat on top and use a Sharpie from underneath to put dots through the screw holes. Then, drill pilot holes into the seat before screwing the seat to the frame. ***Do not use a power drill or a torque screwdriver to insert the wood screws*** They are very weak and will break; itís best to insert them the good old fashion way!
I hope these tips help! We love these chairs and couldnít be more excited to show them off to our friends and family!
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? The color was exactly as it appeared online.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. The quality is great.
How accurate was the on site description of the product? The description was very accurate.
The chairs did just what we wanted them to do.......we had an old (in great shape) oak table and a fireplace, that had black wrought iron trim, in the same room . The chairs pulled both those features together perfectly....and....they are comfortable .
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? good
Please tell us about the quality of the product. better than we expected for the price
How accurate was the on site description of the product? good
Best chair for the money, I found. We needed them for a family gathering to match our current wood and metal chairs. They are just great, and as far as difficulty putting them together, forget about it. Using the earlier instructions, and the right tool, I could put one together in about 20 minutes, I bought 6 chairs and had them all together on a rainy morning before lunch. Can't beat them!
We bought these to go with our our sumner XXXXXX XXXX table (round light pine pedestal) and couldn't be more pleased. If feels like we got away with something considering how inexpensive these are compared to the XX table. They match perfectly, are very sturdy, and look like they cost about three times more than they do. Overall an excellent value and I would recommend them to anyone. Note that assembly is required and there are a pretty decent amount of small parts.
We purchased eight of these chairs to go with our square oak farmhouse table as replacement chairs. I had purchased the chairs and table eight years ago and finished them myself from a "Wood You" type store. The chairs just didn't hold up. So, we sold them in the garage sale and searched for new ones. These were the perfect update. They go well with our bronze fixtures in our new home.
These chairs are very nice. The wood is nice and thick. Pretty. They are larger, and a bit taller than most other chairs I've seen. They would be great for any body size really - from big and tall to our children they seem to sit great. They are not as rubbed as I anticipated them to be. They are on the dark side - more black than brown. They are a darker (sort of orangish not golden) oak color. They are very sturdy. They are not inexpensive looking.
For assembly FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS OF THE LAST REVIEWER to the "T" and you'll be set. We did EXACTLY what she said to do - sharpie marker, pre-drill holes, and how she put B&C together first but not all the way then the front piece so that the chairs were sturdy. They go together QUICK (hardest part was drilling the holes). DO NOT USE A POWER TOOL to screw in anything.
All in all - great set for what we paid. I've seen other chairs that were as nice for twice the price.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Color was darker than it appeared - but beautiful
Please tell us about the quality of the product. I absolutely believe I got what I paid for and then some. The wood was much thicker than I expected - in a good way!
How accurate was the on site description of the product? I believe it was accurate. They're not as "rubbed" as I anticipated and they are darker (on the black side) vs. bronze.
I ordered these chairs late on 9/14 and they arrived early on 9/17. It took me most of that afternoon to put 6 chairs together but must admit I was watching a movie at the time also. Following others' advice in assembly it was pretty easy and surprisingly, all pre-drilled holes lined up perfectly.
The seat was a bit darker in color than I expected but now looking at the picture, it may be exactly as pictured. The beauty of oak is the different shades so they still match great. Only one of the chairs wobbled a tiny bit, but I think that was my assembly and when you sit on it, it doesn't wobble at all.
Very comfortable and heavier weight than my old broken oak chairs. They look taller but the seat is exactly as high as my old ones and the back is a more stately 1" higher. They look great!
The style of the chair is nice. The assembly is extremely frustrating! 3 out of the 4 chairs we put together are extremely wobbly. We have been taking the chairs apart and trying to put them back together to avoid the wobbling by following instructions of other reviewer. Nice chairs but be prepared to spend hours on a finicky assembly!
I bought these chairs to match an antique table and hutch. The wood matches and the metal goes well with the hardware on the hutch. The chairs are not bulky but are very sturdy. They were also quite easy to put together but you will need a drill to attach the seat to the frame of the chair. I am very happy with the purchase of these chairs.
I see the chair is 40" tall, but what is the distance of the seat height to the floor?arohr on Jan 23, 2014Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question arohr. The seat height to floor is 18 inches. Have a great day.overstockcustomercare1 on Jan 24, 2014
Is the seat the only part made out of wood? If so, what kind of metal is used for the frame (legs & back)? How much does one chair weigh?abonds52 on Oct 28, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question abonds52. Yes, the seat is the only part made out of wood and the rest of the chair is standard metal. The shipping weight is 50 pounds. Have a great day.overstockcustomercare1 on Oct 31, 2013
I don't know what kind of metal the chair is made from, but yes the seat is the only part that is wood. It is a heavy chair.bobbobins on Dec 17, 2013
Is there rubber at the bottom of the feet or just the metal? Wondering if these will work on a hardwood floor.melful1 on Jul 23, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Thank you for your question melful1. Yes, these chairs have rubber floor protectors on the bottom of the legs. Have a great day. overstockcustomercare1 on Jul 31, 2013
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