White Oh! Chair by Karim Rashid for UmbraÂ®
The Perfect Chair
I used this chair on my balcony overlooking the ocean in Miami for three years. When my husband and I moved to Aspen, CO we had to downsize our furnishings. So, I brought these chairs inside and use them as dining chairs with a simple stainless steel bistro table. They look great, they're modern and comfortable. Also, it's handy that they are stackable and lightweight.
March 22, 2013
This chair is sooo comfortable and sturdy for this price. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a reasonably priced and good looking office chair. I refer to it as the "Ahhh!"
March 18, 2013
Well for the price is really good. I love the style and perfectly match with my desk.
March 3, 2013
Nice for What It Is
As Translucent implies, light shines thru the chair (not a solid white color). The legs are not shiny chrome (they're a matte nickel color). At $57 (chair, plus shipping, plus tax), in retrospect, I would have saved for a better quality piece of furniture for my computer chair). I had considered using it as a dining room chair, but it's too "cheap-looking" for a dining chair. The feet are just the curved base of the legs. If you have a floor you don't want to scratch, you may have to put pads on it. The good things: It is comfortable (the seat feels solid, the back flexes), the design is fun and good-looking and modern. It would be good for a kid's room. The legs taper toward the back of the chair (legs are closer together in the back than the front). Ways this chair could be more appealing: Manufacture it in the USA. Make the color a solid white (translucent looks cheap). Make plastic thicker (it's kind of thin and feels cheap).
March 2, 2013