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Walker Edison Solid Acacia Wood 4-Piece Patio Chat Set
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- Set includes 2 chairs, 1 loveseat, 1 coffee table and cushions
- Exceptionally durable and stylish design
- Apply teak oil as needed to maintain appearance
- Solid acacia hardwood
- Cushions Included
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4-Piece Patio Acacia Wood Chat Set
Create an additional living space on any patio or deck with this charming four-piece patio conversation set. Constructed from solid acacia hardwood, this set is naturally sturdy yet stylish.
Set includes coffee table, loveseat, and two chairs with full, soft seat cushions. Relax and enjoy the outdoors with this exceptional conversation set.
Maintain its natural, beautiful look and apply teak oil as needed. Each piece comes ready to assemble.
|Item Dimensions||37 x 28 x 24 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AZW4SBR|
|Shipping Weight||136 pounds|
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Add a classic touch to any patio or intimate outdoor setting with this charming four-piece conversation set. Constructed from solid acacia hardwood, this set is stylish and naturally sturdy. Set includes coffee table, loveseat and two chairs with full, soft seat cushions. Enjoy the luxury of the open air with this exceptional conversation set.
Top Customer Reviews
And the look is really classy. Lots of positive unprompted comments. Assembly went fine once I got the hang of it. A couple of tricks that were helpful:
1. Don't tighten down bolts immediately. Get all of them started before running them all the way in. Not sure where I read in comments that some people had issues getting holes and bolts to align. I found that starting them (or backing them out a bit when needed) allowed all of them to bite and then they pulled themselves into proper alignment. Everything fit.
2. Some of the screws have a 'nut' or seat that slips into a pre-drilled hole. One such hole was a little large (probably hit a knot in the wood) and initially wasn't going to easily be placed. I found that inserting a small bit of thin cardboard before inserting the 'nut' held it in place and allowed for a firm and permanent connection. On some of the other listings for this furniture it sounded like people had similar problems and got frustrated by it.
3. Initially I teak oiled all of the pieces before assembling. Later I only oiled the area of the parts that came into contact, then did assembly, then did full teak oiling. This was much faster and easier.
4. Walker Edison did a great job supporting the furniture. I had one side piece with broken slats in the box, and I went to their website, filled out the form with a couple of digital pics, and got shipping confirmation of the replacement piece within hours. Really pleasant and effectively done. I ordered this conversation set AND the dining table set at the same time. Got 1 extra piece instead of the correct piece for the other set. Again, Walker Edison support took the info with a digital pic and immediately shipped the correct piece with no return required. VERY nicely done.
5. The one question I have (writing as October gets colder here) is how long the teak oil treatment will last. Wondering if a more permanent outdoor wood treatment may be what I go to next year.
All pieces were easy to piece together with included tools and I even had extra screws in case there were missing screws or I broke one which was not an issue. All in all I think these pieces will hold up with proper care for meany years to come. I recommend placing oil on them yearly to keep them in tip top shape.