Wow. This is a very cheaply made chair-- basically a frame of splintered plywood clued and stapled sloppily, and fabric stretched around it unevenly, with stitching at about 4 stiches per inch. Don't think you are getting a good deal on a nice piece of furniture-- it isn't worth more than the price you pay.
Loved the fabric and style of my chairs. They are very firm and moderately comfortable. We had trouble attaching one of the legs as the bolt holes were not in line, so we're only able to screw one bolt in instead of the recommended two. Overall good quality and will keep them.
I purchased the grey w/white flower. It gave my bedroom a "spark" of pattern it needed. I loved the overall appearance. The fabric is very nice, and looks expensive. The construction of the chair is average and probably would not hold up well with heavy use, hence my 4 star rating. If you need a chair for hall, bedroom or ect. this was worth the money. As they say 'you get what you pay for". I order another similar one for my hallway.
Love everything about the chair and am glad I made the purchase, but the hardware was not included and I was too impatient to order it, so I took one of the legs down to the local hardware store and purchased 8 bolts and 8 washers and used my own hex wrench. Frustrating but happy in the end.
I am extremely happy with this chair..the design..fabric..sturdiness.. Overall it's a fantastic chair for the price they offer. I've never ordered online before so I was hesitant in purchasing something I couldn't see. Fortunately it was a great decision. My only complaint is that there is a zipped up compartment underneath the chair that holds the legs..we were taking them out and the zipper broke off leaving black material dangling underneath the chair. I just ended up velcroing it shut..
Can't beat it for the price! The fabric is so soft and the colors are true to the picture. It's not the most comfortable chair, but it isn't uncomfortable and definitely works as a living room accent chair that won't be used everyday. Easy to assemble too! The only complaint is that one of the plastic floor protectors was broken, but that's less than a dollar to replace at the hardware store.
Overall the chair looks nice and is comfortable to sit in. My issue however, is with the construction. None of the holes line up properly on the legs which means we have to re-drill holes to make them line up. I think this degrades the stability of the chair but there was no other way to attach the parts.
I read all the reviews, good and bad, and ordered two of these chairs. Really wanted the red, but the only color available was the light brown. They arrived within a week, packed really well. The first one was assembled in about 15 minutes. The legs seem to be everyone's issue. Yes, you must read directions, placing each one in its specific slot. The back of the chair just slides in. Made us wonder, was this too easy? The second chair was a tad bit more difficult. The holes in one of the legs were slightly off, so that when we finally were able to tighten the screws the leg is slightly off angle. It's annoying, but not readily noticeable to anyone else. And, it doesn't affect the functionality. So aside from that little annoyance, we are very happy with these chairs.
these chairs where manufacture wrong the top looks good but the guts inside where you have to install the legs looks like a 10 year old put it together the legs are impossible to install yes impossible only if you get longer screws or drill out the hole like I did will the back legs go in.. save your money you will not be happy no blue in it turquoise and light grey again you get what you pay for ..
This chair arrived securely packaged and there was no damage. You need to install the (4) legs using the (8) bolts and washers supplied. The underside is constructed using thin plywood with (8) very crudely drilled holes for the bolts. For the first (3) legs, I had to wiggling the bolts quite a bit to get them into the holes in the legs; each leg has (2) threaded inserts for the bolts. The 4th leg did NOT line up at all!! Both holes were off by over 1/2". There wasn't enough room to drill new holes because I could not get my drill into position due to the location of the cross supports. I had to drill out the existing 3/8" holes using a 1" drill on an angle, which created two very large holes. What a mess!! I had to get larger washers for the bolts otherwise the bolt heads would have just fallen completely through the new holes I drilled. I finally got the last leg installed (with much ado), and went back to re-torque the other (6) bolts. Total time for assembly was a little over an hour, which also includes unpacking the chair. I set the chair upright, and the chair did not feel very secure because of the cheap plywood used for the frame. When sitting in the chair, however, it did feel secure. Personally, I did not think it was very comfortable, but my wife liked the way it looked. To her, the look was more important than comfort. As an engineer, though, I was more concerned with the stability of this chair and its comfort. This must be why women are from Venus and men are from Mars! After I was done with the assembly, there was a big mess of plywood shavings and other debris on the floor from all of the drilling. My wife was so appreciative about my efforts to assemble the chair that I *LET* her clean up the mess! :-P
This was actually my first big purchase on line. I didn't know I would have to put it together. I was able to, but the legs gave me a little trouble. I placed the chair in my bedroom, with a big orange pillow for back support. It is a very hard chair, from all angles, so the pillow was a must. I love shopping on line and will continue, but will try to make sure the quality is a little better.
The chair arrived and looked awesome. However, I was very disappointed to find that, when attaching the legs, the holes in three of the four legs didn't line up with the pre-drilled holes. They were off by a good 1/2" but since I had already unpacked it, I decided to drill my own holes instead of sending it back. After about an hour, I managed to secure the legs and the chair looks great.
These are gorgeous chairs, a bit large for me, but then again, they fit the "menfolk" in my world just fine. I am good with sitting in them with a pillow at my back. Prettier in person than in the photo. The black "sunflowers" on the brown background pop out better in reality than in the photo. That would be a hard thing to photograph. Great value for the money, and relatively easy to put together. I was surprised.
Purchased two chairs for an office. They look nice, though the fabric is puckering on one of the backs. They sit deep and a little high. Fit taller and bigger people best. The seat and esspecially the back feel like they are not well padded. The materials seem nice enough, but the lack of strength/support in cushioning in the seats . I don't expect they will last more than five years of minimal use.