I purchased two of these chairs last year. They are very light and feel cheap to me. They are also not all that comfortable and are more of a decoration that useful seats for a living room. My main disappointment was that the threading in the quilted part picked almost immediately, so I added some pillows to hide this. That said, everyone who comes to my house comments on how much they love the chairs and many think they are original mid-century. So maybe it's just more stuff that I notice.
First off, if you're looking for a "mustard" color chair, you'll likely be disappointed with this one, as the color is more butter yellow. That said, I like the color even more than the online photo. The piece is a showstopper. Friends come over and immediately coo over this "delicious" chair. The velvety upholstery* and warm color are immediately inviting, but the comfort doesn't line up with expectations. It almost feels like a stage prop, that's just made to look good. It's extremely light. So much so that my toddler has pulled it down on himself just by stretching his arms up onto the backrest from behind. Would I buy it again? No. But will I enjoy it while it lasts? Absolutely. And the price is such that I won't cry over it when it's no longer pretty. *The fabric on the back of mine was a little bit shredded in one spot. Not worth returning, but something to keep an eye out for.