I was originally looking for leather chairs. Most of what I found was only bonded leather, which is not really leather at all. I saw chairs similar to these in a high end furniture store and I liked the appearance. When I saw them on Overstock, I thought I would give them a try. they are listed as "faux leather." That is a way to get them to show up when someone searches for "leather"- I think that is a misleading practice., They arrived very promptly. Directions were not clear, and a power tool is definitely recommended. I ordered a total of 6 chairs and it took me about 2 hours to assemble them. The quality of construction is typical of Chinese products. The wood frames had a lot of splintering at the drill holes, and the legs are wobbly, even after adjusting them several times. The packaging was done nicely, but there were 2 chairs that are defective. One was badly painted- there is paint missing. The other had a fractured leg. I reported these problems to Overstock, and requested a new leg and some touch up paint. I told them I wanted the parts in time for Thanksgiving but that was yesterday and still no parts, and no confirmation that they are being sent. I feel as though I am getting the runaround. These are essentially kitchen chairs and not worth the price. I hope I will get the replacement parts soon, especially since one of the chairs is completely unusable.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Black is black
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. 2 of the chairs were defective
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? accurate