What should you look for when buying angelo:HOME Grant Chair?
Handsome chair brings comfort and classic beauty to any home Glued solid-wood frame foam and high-loft polyester back and seat 100-percent-polyester upholstery ecru and lotus-green floral pattern Designed by Angelo Surmelis Measures 28 inches wide by 27 inches deep by 35 inches tall 1-year limited warranty
What is the advantage of this angelo:HOME Grant Chair?
“Go ahead, stare. You know you want to. Believe me, I won't blame you. I still can't take my eyes off the Grant chair in the lotus green floral pattern with caster legs. It's truly beautiful and it's even better looking in person. This chair, for me, is what angelo:HOME is all about. I'm calling this line of upholstered furniture modern classics and the reason for that can be summed up in my grant chair. Clean, modern lines, with classic, familiar styling in the details. This chair just makes me happy looking at it and it's the perfect companion to the chocolate brown Crawford sofa. The graphic floral print and espresso stained wooden legs are just the right mix of interest that will make any room in your home instantly cheery.” – Angelo Surmelis
Customer reviewsAesthetically Designed
I had such a small living room, which was actually a bedroom that I converted to a living room. My bed would not fit in the bedroom, so my living room is my bedroom. I looked for furniture in so many stores and nothing would meet my finicky needs. This is so perfectly beautiful, I love green and the legs matched my mahogany piano. The reason I didn't give it a 5 is because the comfort is not as I expected when you sit on it. May be because I don't have a lot of cushioning in my body, I am average, not bony and not overweight. The flowers and the color is exactly as shown. It is beautiful, perfect size, perfect color, very stylish, very inviting and a welcome addition to my home. Don't expect any instructions, it is very easy to just screw the legs in and put the backrest. The only thing was the legs are shaped, so one has to guess which part of the leg shape faces which way. I know I have the leg wrong, because it just doesn't look right, all Angelo had to do was to put a sticker which says "facing front". Another component that I keep thinking every time I sit on it is something to put my legs in. Wish there was a foot rest. You won't find anything like this that will fit a space like mine. I love it very much