Easters Wood Armchair – I have always thought these chairs were to fill out a sitting room, add style, and for guests who dropped by. I did not feel that I could lounge the day away in one or that we would use them much at all.
- Very Stylish & Great Price
- Works with most Sitting Room Designs
- Some assembly required
- Sells out quickly
I was surprised by how great this chair looked when it arrived. I purchased it online after reading a blog post from Emily Henderson, a fantastic interior designer. The chairs looked great in her house, so I hoped it wasn’t the camera angle and they would look as good in person.
I love low-profile mid-century modern furniture, and these chairs fall entirely into that category. They don’t appear to take up any space. I purchased two chairs in the husk color, which is creamy-white. Depending on your sitting room set up, they could work as formal and informal chairs, making them an ideal addition. Plus, if you buy a neutral color, you can dress them up quickly in different styles if you want to change things up.
Comfort | Upholstery | Texture
The Esters Wood Armchair is very comfortable, and we use them more than I thought we would. Adding a nice pillow gives the right about of back support. I have spent entire evenings in this chair, reading or watching tv, and have not felt uncomfortable.
Sometimes if I want to work next to the fire, I will pull up a small table in front of the chair and work on my laptop. It's probably not the most agronomical way to sit while working, but it's comfortable and cozy!
I love the feel of the fabric; it's soft to the touch and durable. So far, I have had one small stain from spilled tea which was easy to spot clean.
Lifespan | Reliability
The Esters Wood Armchair is exceptionally sturdy, and well made, and I anticipate the chair will last many years. The chair received 766 reviews on Target's website with a general rating of 4.4 out of 5.
Product Value | Cost
While visiting West Elm, I noticed they have a chair that looks nearly the same as this chair except with the drastic price increase. The Target chair costs $300, while the West Elm chair costs $699. If you were to put these chairs next to each other in a showroom, you would not be able to tell which was more expensive. I think the price point for this chair is excellent and well worth the purchase. You can buy two of these chairs for the price of one at West Elm. Fantastic value.
Size | Setup
There is some assembly with these chairs. I purchased two and could put them together myself in an hour. The directions are simple and straightforward. Plus, for some reason, I always feel a lot of satisfaction when I put things together myself; it feels good.
Material: Wood (Frame)
Fill Material: 90% Polyurethane Foam, 10% Polyester Fiber
Upholstery: 100% Polyester
Overall Width: 26 inches
Overall Height: 29.75 inches
Overall Depth (at floor): 32.25 inches
Seat depth: 21 inches
Seat height: 16 inches
Distance from floor to arm: 21.5 inches
Seat Cushion: 2 inches thick
Weight: 34.76 pounds
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