|Item Weight||15.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23 x 24 x 27 inches|
|Item model number||DC-311W-white|
|Assembled Height||27 inches|
|Assembled Width||23 inches|
|Assembled Depth||24 inches|
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Baxton Studio Letterio White Cradle Chair
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- You will like the feeling sitting on this white cradle chair
- Clean, simple form sculpted to fit the body
- Wire legs are made from chromed steel features solid ash wood base
- features solid ash wood base
- it is quite comfortable, sturdy and inexpensive
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You will like the feeling sitting on this white cradle chair. Clean, simple form sculpted to fit the body. Wire legs are made from chromed steel features solid ash wood base. This contemporary accent chair perfectly combines comfort and style. Placed naturally, each chair measures 24 inches wide x 23 inches deep x 27 inches high. Seat Height is 15 inches and depth is 17 inches.
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Top customer reviews
I have attached a few pictures with the Rio cushions. The seat cushion alone makes it comfortable but using an additional cushion for the back makes it quite cozy. My feet fit quite nicely on the floor or propped up on an ottoman if I want to lean back. Best of all it is so easy to slide around a carpeted floor, which is something that I really needed since I like to reposition the chair for different activities.
The chair comes in two pieces since the bottom rocker assembly is already put together so it just requires attaching the 4 provided bolts with the attached tool. :)
Pros: it's very stylish looking
It doesn't take up a large foot print on the floor
It seems for the most part to be well made althought I've only sat in it for short amount of times since baby has not arrived yet
Cons : it def has you tilted back at a very weird angle like you might tip back. You won't bc bottom legs go back far to prevent it but it's a little uncomfortable bc of this and will def need a pillow to keep you from being tilted back too far .
- it came with no instructions whatsoever and 4 extra washers that should not have been included . I went on manufactures website and downloaded the instructions , it was annoying and really should have been packed more carefully
- it had small scratch in seat , again disappointing
- I can't imagine a large person siting in this seat and being very comfortable . I'm 5'4" and 120 and my husband is 6'2" . We are both fine in it but a wider person might feel squished
All in all I hope this chair grows on me more bc we don't have room for a full rocker in this baby's room and it does look fabulous . The part that bothers me the most is the odd angle at which you sit back , hoping a pillow behind lower back will fix that when feeding and rocking baby
I assembled it in less than ten minutes, without any instructions (and I'm eight months pregnant with limited flexibility).
I like the plastic shell, it's a clean white and slightly textured. It's definitely durable and easy to clean. Feels sturdy and well made.
As for the rocking motion, I find it smooth and easy on my hardwood floors. I haven't tested it on a rug yet. It is very comfortable. I can rest my arms on it with ease and has a nice cradling effect.
In terms of size, I will admit that I was worried. Previous reviewers felt that it is very small and I wondered exactly how small it would be. Child sized? Doll sized? Too small for a 5 foot 7 woman? Nah. I fit perfectly in this rocker. Even with the extra girth of pregnancy, I'm sitting comfortably in it. A few points about height and positioning though. It is low to the ground, but not so much that I'm crunched up (and I have long legs). Rocking is easy. A low hassock would be nice with this. One thing that does give me pause is the depth of the shell. It forces me to lean further back than I like. At first, I was a little worried that I'd go heels over head in this thing. I quickly realized that this would be unlikely to happen as the rails are well placed to keep it from toppling over backwards. Despite this, I'm probably going to use a small pillow behind my back.
One point of concern I had about the rocker was how comfortable it would be for nursing. I'll update this section once our daughter is born, but my exhaustive research tells me that the nursing experience is very different from person to person. My opinion may vary greatly from that of the next woman to nurse her baby in it....
UPDATE 11/17/11: Our daughter was born on 11/11/11 and we've been exclusively breastfeeding since. As a nursing rocker, this chair is ok. I don't need a pillow to support my back like I thought would be the case. A nice cozy blanket provides plenty of bolstering. The rocker accommodates me, baby Alaina, and a nursing pillow comfortably. I can lean back easily without slouching. The only issue is how high the back comes up. For night nursing, it would be nice to have something that supports my shoulders. Despite this, I like to sit in it during the day and rocking is easy with the baby in my arms. My rating hasn't changed and I still love this chair. Hope that helps any expectant parents out there!
A great buy for budget-conscious lovers of modern design. I'd love to have purchased the real deal and been able to hand a true heirloom of design down to my daughter. Maybe some day. When we hit the lotto. Instead, she'll enjoy this rocker and hopefully inherit our thrifty ways.