I am in love with this chair. My apartment living area is done in cool neutrals - tan, cream- and I have pale green curtains, which I love. When shopping for affordable, quality furniture to replace some lesser-quality pieces that I've had since my college days, this chair caught my eye. I was going to dismiss it, due to the color description "spa", which I would assume would be a blue color; however, it pulled at me so much that I read others' reviews and discovered that many people were commenting on how nice the chair is, but complaining that the chair was a pale green. I took a chance and ordered one, hoping it would be the right color for me and I'm so glad I did because the match couldn't be more perfect! The chair itself is very nice. Lightweight, but sturdy. I wouldn't recommend it for daily heavy use, such as by men or families with children, but I'm sure it will hold up just fine to my use. The seat is semi-firm, but I prefer that to overstuffed chairs. It came in a HUGE box, in two main pieces - the back and the "seat", then the feet and the matching pillow. Assembly is fairly simple and consists of tightening 6 large screws and bolts to attach the two main pieces and one screw each to attach the feet. I had my brother put it together for me and it didn't take more than 20 minutes. The feet come equipped with the option to adjust the length so that if you have uneven hardwood floors, your chair wont wobble. I'm so pleased with this chair, I'm planning to order a few more, and do away with all my old chairs.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? It's definitely in the green family rather than blue...matches my pale green curtains perfectly!
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good quality; lightweight but sturdy
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Pretty accurate, other than the vague color description