The distinctive Wire Chair, designed by Harry Bertoia in 1952, is a fascinating feature of any room. The curves of the chair, formed of welded steel latticework, create a modern look and ensure seating comfort. The Leatherette cushion complements the elegant, shiny metal frame. The Italian designer had an extensive interest in the technical execution of bent rods, which resulted in his unique and appealing design classics.
Poly & Bark produces the Wire Chair with a highly-polished stainless steel frame. Complete with a cushion upholstered in durable Vinyl, in a choice of colors, this is a timeless piece that is built to last. In addition these chairs are remarkably comfortable.
Included: Set of 4
- Chrome Steel Frame
- Leatherette Seat Pad, with Velcro Strips
- Plastic Non-Marking Feet
- Easy to Assemble
- Welded Steel Rods
Overall Product Dimensions:
21"L x 21"W x 32"H
18"L x 17"H
Leatherette Seat Cushion Dimensions:
16.5"L x 17"W
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Great, solid chairs
Chairs are super solid and good quality. The construction of the seat makes it slightly difficult to stand up out of the seat but that's pretty negligible. Also, the metal gets really cold if you sit down on it with bare skin but that's the nature of the chair.
Great Price, Questionable Quality Control
4 of these for under $300? My wife thought these would be great on our deck's dining table and she was right. A couple coats of clear Rustoleum and there you have it. Main complaint? Most of the hardware kits had rusted and/or poorly manufactured components. Additionally, the plastic pads on the base were missing 2of the 4 pads. Fortunately, P+B sent all the required replacement parts, hence the good rating. One final minor complaint: the seat and base don't line up super well, so it takes a bit of patience when assembling.
Great chairs for a great price
These chairs were well priced and are very comfortable. I had a little trouble with lining up the holes in the base with the seat, but was ultimately able to get them all together. They are holding up well, but I do wonder if there is a weight limit to them I should be concerned with.