|Seat Upholstery Material: Fabric||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 30 days||Product Type: Parsons chair; Side chair|
|Seat Upholstery Color: Beige||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Finish: Espresso||Seat Cushion Fill Material: Foam|
|Distressed: No||Frame Material: Wood; Manufactured wood|
|Number of Items Included: 2||Arms Included: No|
|Upholstered Seat: Yes||Style: Contemporary|
|Swivel: No||Foldable: No|
|Dining Type: Formal||Stackable: No|
|Number of Legs: 4||Leg Material: Wood|
|Felt Foot Pads: Yes||Ergonomic Design: Yes|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: No|
|Product Care: Do not use harsh chemicals|
Questions & Answers
Hokku Designs Catina Parsons Chair
chic and modern
virginia warner from Minneapolis, MN
These chairs have a nice modern look to them, adding a wonderful accent to to my dining room. They were easy to assemble and comfy to sit on. I absolutely love the material and the contrasting color with the legs. I highly recommend this set.
Nora collins from portland, or
I bought 2 sets of these chairs (4 chairs in total) to match my chocolate brown dining table. The legs match beautifully. The fabric is soft and the structure is sturdy. I am very pleased.
Carol Pacey from New Orleans, LA– Top 100 Reviewer
We just bought a table in this color and we wanted some nice chairs to go with it and these are just perfect. Assembly wasn't that hard for us, we just followed the manual and the outcome was great. They are nice and sturdy and comfortable. Shipping was fast and everything came in great condition. Overall, we are very happy with our chairs.
Looks great but quality may be lacking a bit
Patricia from Muskegon, MI– Verified Buyer
We love the look of these chairs but the quality is a little in question. Difficult assembly and after hours of adjusting, we just cant get all the wobble out yet. Comfortable to sit in once you get past the little wobbling you feel when you first get them. Also, the chairs had some blue threads interwoven in the center of the seat that we had to hand remove. Other threads were also loose that needed to be cut ourselves.
Anonymous from New Jersey