Small Accent Chairs With Arms

Small Accent Chairs With Arms

Small Accent Chairs With Arms

Small Accent Chairs With Arms – After visiting a number of brand name furniture stores Researching various accent chairs and trying to find something affordable, we just ended up taking a chance with this Cheyanne accent chair by Stone and Beam. We just based it on simple classic designs that adds warmth to our space. When it arrived we were surprised how easy the assembly was you just unzip the zippered pocket underneath the cushion take out each of the legs put the washer on on the screw and simply screw each of the legs in. The size of the chair is about 30 inches in width 35 inches in depth and 36 inches in height. The seat itself is 21 inches wide and 22 inches in length. The seat height from the floor is about 18 inches if you’re a bit shorter you may need to add a pillow behind you as your feet might not touch the ground I think if we’re less than 5′ 8″ and you want your feet touching the ground you may want to add a pillow to the chair.

The cushions are a bit firm but still comfortable. If you like to sink into the seat a bit this chair may not be for you. However it does remind me of a comfortable reading chair because the arms and back of the chair are nicely cushioned for extra comfort. It also is firm enough for anyone to comfortably watch TV. You can remove the cushions to vacuum up any dirt or comes that fall into cushions but they are not reversible is because it’s only a pollster on one side. The chair does feel sturdy. It weighs about 51 pounds. We actually tested the chair where it can handle at least 300 pound person. The chair does add warmth to any space because of the linen look. The material is polyester fabric. It comes in denim similar to a dark navy blue.

Marshmallow like a beige color and Storm which is like a darker gray color and the wood legs appears to be stained in cherry Brown. There is a couple things that I didn’t like about the chair. Number one is the bending of the fabric right here because it wasn’t consistent with other Cheyanne chairs Number two, some of the seams were a bit crooked and number three, I wish it came with a matching pillow similar to the Scott Living Sectional I reviewed in my other video. Overall, I still think it’s an excellent value for the money and I saw similar accent chairs at the other brand name stores that were much more expensive.

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