|Aspen 24" Barstool in Oyster Grey||38 - 44" H x 23" W x 25" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Bar Stools|
|Style:||Contemporary / Modern|
Hillsdale Aspen 24" Barstool in Oyster Grey
Grace from sierra vista, AZ– Verified Buyer
this barstool is very comfortable and stylish glad I bought them
Hillsdale aspen 24" barstool in oyster grey
Eileen Jagneaux from Modesto, CA– Verified Buyer
Nice looking and perfect counter height.
Ann from Marion, IA– Verified Buyer
These bar stools actually look better than pictured on-line. They compliment our contemporary kitchen/bar area. They are well-constructed, easy to assemble, comfortable and adjust easily. The only negative is a lack of back support when sitting upright. We started with two and ordered two more after trying them out. We are very satisfied.
Linda Mishoe from Loris, SC– Verified Buyer
Needed new stools in the kitchen, husband keeps breading the backs off so I thought this style might solve my problem and they are so comfortable for him and I rarely get to sit but when I do I love the feel.
Dina from Skillman, NJ– Verified Buyer
This is a great stool! Super easy to put together. Loads of style! Deep wide seat makes it very comfortable. It has a great lounge like look. The only deceiving thing is the name of the color oyster grey its really black.
Tam from West Hollywood, CA– Verified Buyer
I received the barstools in the wrong color.
Aspen 24" Barstool
Skibattl from Forsyth, GA– Verified Buyer
We bought four of these stools for our kitchen area bar and they look awesome. People love them because of their size and comfort. Kids love them too, and they are easy to clean.
Black Leather Bar Stools
Bobbie from Atlanta, GA
One of the most comfortable bar stools I've ever seen. The hydraulic lift is awesome, the footrail is very sturdy and they are a breeze to assemble. What a good look for a minimum investment!
Reservations about durability
Barb from Maryland
These are attractive and comfortable, but the decorative buttons are not firmly anchored and began to dangle loose after only a couple of months of very easy duty. An upholsterer wanted 150 dollars per chair to do what they referred to as a "proper job" of anchoring the buttons. My son was able to remove the leather cover (it zippers open) and do the repair himself. He said it was simple but tedious. It seems to me that this should not have to be done so early in the life of the chairs.
Anonymous from Ontario– Verified Buyer