I Like to buy oneOLGAI Like to buy one more like this chair5
I love! I saw itSierraI love! I saw it online and went to my local IKEA to try it out (luckily it was on display). It’s Comfortable with or without a seat cushion (I prefer a thin cushion). It comes as is, you just attach the legs. I bought two and were able to fit them both in the trunk of my Nissan Altima. The material is easy to clean and weatherproof. And at the price (I got it on sale during IKEA family Memorial Day sale) I couldn’t beat it! It’s modern, fun, the wingback gives it a unique design and because of the neutral color it goes with anyone patio/outdoor setup.5
Comfortable and looks greatAndreaComfortable and looks great5
Beautiful sturdy chairLorenzoLove the look and style. Quality material that is sturdy. Only one thing: they don’t stack. So storing them may be an issue.4
Pretty and comfortableRuxandraLovely chair at a great price. Hoping it will last.5
Amazing chairAnonymousThe design of this chair is amazing! It brings light, it’s super comfortable. Style it with a seat pad and a cushion, it’s perfect! It gives a cosy and modern Mediterranean style to my living room.5
Perfect Outdoor ChairMollyI bought two of these chairs and they compliment my patio perfectly. They’re very comfortable even without a chair pad and seem to be very durable as well.5
Comfortable, pretty, it doesn't take much room, grAzucena 2Comfortable, nice looking, doesn't take much dpace5
Love these chairs!WhitetgwVery happy with this purchase. The chairs are very well made and nice and heavy. I was worried the mesh might be uncomfortable, but it isn’t. I would buy them again! They look great on my patio with dining table.5
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PET and PP our most commonly used plastics
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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."