Asian - Patio Furniture
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Sun Apr 06 00:00:00 MDT 2008wahinisis13 Rating:5.0
This is a tremendous buy. The piece is beautiful and well made. I wanted something with an Asian feel and love it even more for that. Great piece of furniture. Cindy in San Diego
Sat May 10 00:00:00 MDT 2014blackeducator1 Rating:5.0
A great value that's small and lightweight with a sturdy construction. The pillows are very generic but comfortable so far. I recommend getting another set of pillows-- especially colorful ones. You also may want to take the set in on windy days due to its light weight. Note: NOT comfortable for broad bottomed folk... since the design was apparently based on the norm of an Asian body type.
Mon May 04 00:00:00 MDT 2009ronniev Rating:5.0
We live in SF and just remodeled our backyard. The space is not very large but wanted to have a lounge chair thats stylish, modern with a small foot print. This lounge was everything we needed. It was easy to assemble and goes perfectly with our new urban asian-inspired motif. Wish I can post a picture on here. It's also very confortable even without the option of cushions. I would be worried for people over 6'1". It might not be big enough.
Tue Aug 24 00:00:00 MDT 2010jmraleigh Rating:5.0
I love the garden bench! I purchased it for a sunny sitting room off of my Master Bedroom. I have beautiful wicker chairs from Pottery Barn that the bench perfectly complements; giving the room an airy Asian/Contemporary look. The bench is tall enough to be used as a side table. The height, weight, color, texture and design is fantastic. It's more than I expected. In fact, I also purchased a 7'9'' round, tea green New Zealand wool rug from this same site that the bench sits atop The room looks great with both pieces..
Sun Jul 12 00:00:00 MDT 2009cvdn Rating:4.0
The folding patio chairs are very well made and looked great with the teak patio table we already had purchased. We actually got eight chairs and they look great in a grouping. The style is substaintial and impressive and rather contemporary in apperance. Our garden is an Asian theme so the chairs fit in beautifully. The height and comfort was even better than I imagined in the picture on Overstock. .Fast delivery provided seating for our July 4th celebration. Another great purchase from Overstock.com.I think waxing them from time to time would help keep the deep teak apperance they now have. Anxious to see how they weather over time and if a little wax will keep their beautiful rich color..
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