Neptune Havana Dining Chair
These chairs are superb, I wondered about getting them at first,but Now I am so glad I did, they look so stylish, Love the colour and they are very comfortable, and compliment my table very well.
21 May 2013
Bought these in the pale stone to go with the Neptune Sheldrake table. They look stunning, are incredibly comfortable and surprisingly light. The legs have a clear protective base which make them very easy to move around our porcelain tiled floor. I do understand the reviewer who says they would be tricky to move on a carpet but for hard flooring they are perfect.
I would recommend getting the matching seat cushions as this then makes them the perfect height for the table and the covers are removable for cleaning.
07 April 2013
Beautiful but impractical
What a disappointment to find that these beautiful chairs are very difficult to pull in to sit at the table. There is nowhere to grip properly and you have to use your palms. We purchased 8 chairs in the autumn but only brought them into full use over Christmas. Older and younger guests without a strong grip struggled to pull them in. The chairs may be manageable on stone floors but are poorly designed for use on carpets.
19 January 2013
Havana Lloyd Loom Dining Chairs
Bought these chairs for the conservatory in our new house. They look stunning on the stone flooring - I bought the pale stone colour, but the grey would have worked equally well. The colours have a timeless quality which works well with any colour scheme. They are extremely comfortable and very stylish and we are delighted with them. I would highly recommend them to other customers.
18 April 2012
Stylish and comfortable
I am delighted with these chairs. They are in our dining kitchen, which we use as our dayroom, so they get a lot of use and we find them very comfortable.
04 January 2012
More comfortable than they look
lovely comfortable chairs that don't really need the seat pads. The only considerations are that the woven fronts means legs can't be tucked under if this is your seating preference, and the woven sides mean that it isn't possible for any older guests to grip under the seat to pull in the seat. If their dexterity isn't good they'll need a hand pushing seat in.
04 December 2011