What to know before you buy a living room chair
Before deciding on your new living room chair, you should consider what makes one suitable and what you want your living room chair to do for you.
A handful of these living room chair were personally tested (and loved) by our editors, while a few others were selected because of their comparable build features and positive user ratings.
If you’re looking for a living room chair reviews, this Abbey Avenue Millie Accent Chair is a noticeable product. This product has received high praise from customers. The Abbey Avenue Millie Accent Chair are far more reliable and easier to use than anything else on the market. This product is having a closeout sale in this month so get them now before they is out of stock.
Is this what you need when you buy a living room chair?
Elegant long Back chic nail head trim vibrant color options Espresso wooden feet Solid wood plywood foam wood feet 100 polyester Heirloom. The Product Weight is 45 pounds
Is this what you need when you buy Abbey Avenue Millie Accent Chair ?
The Abbey Avenue Millie accent chair in heirloom French Script is as unique as it is refined, and is available in several irresistible colors. The graceful, long back is upholstered in lush fabric and trimmed with nail head accents. The feet boast a rich espresso finish that contributes to the overall sense of sophistication.
Customer reviewsLooks great but pricey for the quality
We bought two of these chairs as decorative items for a music room. From that vantage point, they delivered 100 and we are satisfied. As a chair, they are not that comfortable and the quality is lacking for the price point. First, one of the two chairs is not level, so I will need to build up one leg so it does not teeter. The expense of returning makes it more cost effective to fix it. Second, these chairs come with plastic bumpers on the bottom of the legs. With wood floors, the chair slides when you sit in it. This is typically of all furniture and one can usually pop the bottom bumpers off with a screw driver and replace them with something that grips the floors better. These bumpers are nailed in sideways, so I'm reluctant to pry them off as I might damage the legs. Finally, the chair ships without the legs installed, which is a good thing. But, after screwing the legs in, they are not positioned correctly when fully tightened. Specifically, the back legs are curved. The curve should face the back of the chair, as pictured. However, to get this look, the leg won't be fully tightened. I don't want to over tighten it because I might strip the threads and have a bigger problem. Again, too expensive to return, so I'll probably insert a rubber washer around the leg thread to put some play in it to position the leg properly but also have a tight fit between the leg and chair. It was a risk purchasing these without physically inspecting them. Overall, we are please because our goal was more decorative than functional.