INGOLFBar stool with backrestArticle Number101.226.47
Width: 16 ¾ "
Height: 5 "
Length: 37 ¾ "
Weight: 19 lb 5 oz
Good excellentJavierGood excellent5
Sturdy, but...Elizabeth S.We bought these several years ago for our kids to use at the counter bar. They have been sturdy and were initially very attractive. Unfortunately, the paint chips rather easily, especially with kids in the house. Touch-up paint, that matches this particular shade of white, is almost impossible to come by. Several years later and multiple attempts at fixing, I'm looking for new stools. Ikea should either make touch-up paint in the correct shade or make them less easy to chip.2
Neat and solidKirstenGreat height for a breakfast bar, simple clean look without appearing too basic.5
Pretty and easy to assembleNicole M.It was easy for me to assemble, of course you need patience and follow the instructions well. They are perfect on my kitchen counter. They are tall and very pretty considering the price5
Attractive, comfortable and overall cleanELZABETHAttractive, comfortable and overall clean simple look!5
Great pieceROSIEI bought 2 pieces 3 years ago. I moved and I needed 3 more. Looks good with my furniture . Great quality!5
Great quality product!MICHAELGreat quality product on high demand I waited a few weeks until store received a new shipment, in order for us to purchase a 2nd set. thank you!5
The stools are quick toJuneThe stools are quick to assemble and are just what I needed at my counter. Work great for my grandkids…easy to clean!5
ChairVICKII love all four of my chairs5
Nicely Made ChairsNOTSETWe needed slightly lower than average bar height chairs. (Check the product info.) These were easy to construct and very sturdy. Excellent value! (My husband is a large 6.6” tall person. These chairs fit him well, yet also accommodate my 5.8” frame.)5
Very easy to assemble. LooksJoyceVery easy to assemble. Looks great. I am very pleased with this purchase5
Substantial attractive barstoolJANI needed a barstool with a relatively small footprint, but most stools were too wide for my purposes. This one works well. It looks good, it’s substantial, and the surface is easy to clean. I do have one criticism: after assembly, it was wobbly. I tried adjusting it to no avail, but after piling heavy books on the seat for a couple days, it was fine.5
We finally have our stools!ROBINWe tried in store for months- finally ordered online. So easy and fast. Easy to put together.5
Gorgeous bar chairsRosieThese chairs are beautiful but their assembly was moderately (not easy but not super difficult) difficult. One chair was perfect and the other has a tiny limp😂5
Bar Stool WhitePatrickGreat looking, sturdy a few functional.
I recommend the cushions.5
Perfect chair for kitchen islandPatriciaThis chair is sturdy and so comfortable! It looks great and is perfect for our small kitchen!5
Nice-looking butROSEThis chair looks nice but it is extremely uncomfortable. No-one in our family likes to sit on it.2
Works perfect and very affordable!JANWorks perfect and very affordable!5
Love them!THAISLove them!5
Kitchen stoolsRose M.We love our chairs! More than we expected. Easy to ensamble. Beautiful look. Good price.5
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