Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Hester Preston in Armchair.
So you have your cushion and then five pieces along with your hardware and instructions, and it does appear to be an easy assembly. It gives you the details right there and then there are your screws and your little washers along with an Allen wrench. That's all you need give you a little bit closer look here at the material. It is like a woven, it's not even really wicker, it has the wicker look um, but it does look like it is a nice quality, so we're going to go ahead and get this put together.
I will just show you, as my husband is doing it, just the simplicity of putting the screws in for it alright, so I'm just trying to go a little bit step-by-step here. So basically, you take the two sides and your front piece and you just go ahead, am like put the pulls into their little hole slots there and then you're going to go ahead and put your screws in alright. And once you have your four screws in for the sides and the front, you have your seat piece that has your little posts on there that just got back into a couple holes that are in the back.
You want to make sure you get a slid in and pushed in all the way and then you're going to have to from the underside tighten those ones. I'm just going to pause it here again and you get with ya alright. So we are done with the chair. Um took about five minutes roughly, to put it together, wasn't a big deal other than after doing it. My husband said he would definitely recommend, probably just using a screwdriver to tighten the screws up instead of the Land wrench, because it was a little bit hard to get his hand in there and get it twisting around good on a few of them.
But you have your cushion which just sets on there and then you can see the thickness here and it's got your foam inside and then I found a solid place here on the one to go ahead and put it so not sure if my, but it is Sturdy and salad, but anyways, I'm gonna, also add some photos because I want to want to actually show you like the legs and how they're done as far as what they're going to set on.
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