I'm an artist selling my work online, so I know that all computer screens are all calibrated differently. I know that when you see a photo, there could be some slight differences in real life. So I expected there to be some differences. But I ordered the Purple Rose on light grey version of this product, and the roses in reality are not purple. They are grey. No way around it. It's like whoever named the product was doing so based on the picture, not by looking at the actual product. This wasn't a show stopping set back, since I have a lot of grey elements in my home, and it matches those nicely. I still would have liked to have the touches of purple the picture leads you to believe are there. The product looks good once assemblied. You'll have to assemble it yourself, and when you do so, you'll pretty quickly realize that it's not a particularly high end structure. Once put together, the velcro flaps and such aren't very visible if you don't know they're there. If it was my only chair, I might be worried about it's ability to last holding actual people regularly over time. But it's an accent chair so it just has to look pretty most of the time, and it does that well. When guests sit on it, they indicate that it's pretty comfortable. It's still new, so the cushion and springs are still in good shape.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? The color on the site wasn't terribly accurate.
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Looks pretty but has some kind of cheap aspects to the actual build.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? The description of the product in general was accurate.