Questions to consider when choosing Flash Furniture Bayton Upholstered Wingback Chair
Mid-Century Style White LeatherSoft Upholstery Recessed Arms Button Tufted Back CA117 Fire Retardant Foam
What is the advantage of this Flash Furniture Bayton Upholstered Wingback Chair?
This chair features light plush detailing on the arms, back and seat, which maximizes comfort by providing a supportive yet relaxing seating experience for every user. Durable upholstery is designed to withstand the rigors of daily use while also being easy to clean.
This chair set features a sleek ottoman that is at the ideal height for resting your feet after a long day. Designed with balancing and stabilizing technology, this ottoman is the perfect combination of comfort and high quality design.
The elegant wooden legs of the chair and ottoman are complete with non-marring floor glides that protect your floors from scuffs and scrapes during movement.
Relax in this two piece lounge chair and ottoman set that blends mid-century and modern design. The arm chair has an open design concept that makes it easily accessible. Chair features a button tufted back and high wood legs. Propping your feet up on the ottoman will help you unwind to take a break or after a long days work.
Customer reviewsPrice matches the quality
I bought a "damaged" version of this chair from the distribution center at a deep discount. The comments from Amazon said that the chair had a blemish on the corner due to damaged packaging. When I got the chair the box it came in was beat to heck but the chair was in perfect condition, though it was missing a few bolts for attaching the legs. I was able to find almost exact replacements at the depot for a few bucks M8-1.25x65mm for anyone with the same problem . The biggest problem at the outset was that the button tufting was done pretty poorly the two center buttons had about half an inch of slack so they just hung there , and although the product images showed a zipper along the back of the chair, its not a working zipper. If it was a working zipper fixing the loose tufting would have been a breeze... instead I spun the buttons in order to coil up the tufting thread which worked well enough for now.