Love love love!!!ShelleyThese chairs are great for outdoors! Easily cleaned and look fantastic. Super comfortable for lounging too!5
AmazingTerryThese chairs are perfect. They are comfortable and they look great on our deck. We love that they are white so they won’t fade in the sun. They are also really easy to assemble and move around the deck if we need to when cleaning it. Great price as well for how good the quality is.5
Great chairs! Highly recommend.WeiGreat chairs! Highly recommend.5
Wonderful and stylish chairlaura t.Really comfortable (though you might want a cushion if sitting on it with bare legs). Has held up great for 8 years of Toronto summers and winters. Does get a bit dirty from city dust, but easy to hose/scrub down to restore the nice white. Great purchase!5
It's not very comfortable. ShouldjiaIt's not very comfortable. Should come with a cushion.4
better in person !!Carolinebetter in person !!5
They look great on our DeckBrunoHavnet had much time to relax in them but so far we find them very comfortable and they are just nice to look at. A bit low for Tall people but still comfortable.5
Love themCATThey are perfect accent chairs for the backyard.
They spacious to sit in.5
a great comfy porch chairJustm SophieWas easy to put together is so comfortable to sit in bought for my porch the chair is easy to look after5
Super007KateTres beau et confortable !5
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"With HÖGSTEN armchair, I was inspired by the high, hugging back of a wing chair and low beach chairs. Lots of sketches and days in the workshop led to a design that satisfied me. Relaxing in the sun, that's what I hope people will think of when they see this inviting furniture."