If you want a bit of whimsy for any room, you could get a Lalanne sheep sculpture for $150,000 or this little guy for $*** and use the rest for a Mercedes or something. Very cute, good quality, easy to put together with a bolt for the head and screw on legs, can be used as an ottoman or side table (the top is flat). Exactly as pictured; great conversation piece (though not much of a conversationalist - kind of tight-lipped, like Wilson).
I bought this chair to nurse my baby in, but have it in the living room since we don't have a nursery. It is a great, modern looking chair that looks nice with our other furniture. It is very comfortable to nurse in, and I often have to kick my husband out of it because it has become his favorite seat in the house as well. It was super easy to assemble. You just set the top/backrest bit on the base. It is not the highest quality piece of furniture, but for the price I feel like it is good value and it will last us several years. Our only complaint is that the foot rest flies up really quickly and you have to kick it back down with your feet, which is awkward when you are holding a baby. And to keep it reclined you have to sit way back in the chair so there is enough weight on the back of it, otherwise it tends to want to float back upright.
I have had this glider for over a month now and the fabric on the seat is already loose. You can see an indentation in the seat cushion when i leave the chair....I weigh 134 lbs. The arm cushions are attached by velcro that does not hold so arm cushions are constantly falling on the floor. The glider is comfortable and the mechanism is smooth. Maybe I'm expecting too much for the price as in the stores the costs for similar gliders is higher.
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