We have two cats and needed some inexpensive but nice looking chairs to 'train' our troublemakers on before we buy an expensive sectional later this year. After reading the conflicting reviews for this and the other Enzo chairs, it took us awhile to decide to buy them. Our main concern was what color they would turn out to be, but we were pleasantly surprised - they are a mid-range charcoal grey with some blue undertones, but not as blue as they appear on my monitor. Also, the upholstery fabric is _awesome_ for hiding cat claw marks. I would describe it as like a chenille, sort of a suede-y, nubby, patterned weave. I would guess this fabric would also stand up well to other pets as well as small children. The chairs assembled easily, however there is one flaw that both shared - when we screwed in the legs, the chairs did not sit flat (i.e. they weeble-wobbled from side to side because the legs were not all the same length). I guess this could also mean that the internal frame of the chairs was not straight. We contemplated calling customer service about it, but my handy husband fixed the problem easily with less than a dollar's worth of washers from the hardware store (inserted onto the screw at the top of the leg before you screw it into the base). We have had the chairs for about a month and they continue to hold up well both to cats (who are learning to revert to their scratching post) and human use.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Fairly accurate, the chair is a mid-range charcoal grey with some blue undertones
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good for the price
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Accurate