For the price I thought they would be good to use in our office but when we got them in they were actually better quality than anticipated. They aren't a smooth finish but had tiny texture on it which made them better to prevent sliding. The plastic is quite thick and they were super easy to put together. Overall I'm very happy with them.
We bought these as extra seating for visitors. My son had no problems assembling these chairs. The end result is a sturdy and stylish product. They are light enough to tuck away when not in use and I just wipe them down with a damp cloth to clean. Happy with these chairs.
These chairs look great with my reclaimed lumber table. Assembly is a bit challenging. Best way is to tighten each screw a bit until you have all attached. Then screw all tight. You do have to pull on the legs a bit to get the holes lined up, but once you get the hang of it, assembly is quite quick.
These chairs are uncomfortable! Even though they look do like posh/high style chairs, it isn't worth it. Also the black leg tips come off and these chairs are destroying our hard wood floors! They're also hard to clean so they look dirty.
These went into two of our kids' rooms, and who knows what they've been through (!). I know they've been stood on (adult and children both), used for forts, become impromptu desks, and of course, sat upon. They look terrific still, even after a couple of years of use. They look remarkably new.
One of the chairs in the set of two assembled fine, however the second chair was impossible to put together. The base did not line up at all with the holes on the bottom of the seat, regardless of how much we tried to bend/push them into place.
I bought six of these chairs last fall. They came well protected and assembly was a snap for four out of the six. The other two required an additional set of hands to help me get the screws in place but, with the price tag being so reasonable, it was a small inconvenience. They look great and have held up well.