A subtle glitter bronze metal base and warm wood seat make this swivel counter stool from the Langdon collection a great seating option for Industrial or Mission style décor.More Details >
The Langdon counter stool was inspired by classic industrial looks. It features a wood finish trim and top back support set on a metal frame in a glitter bronze finish. Seat swivels, a great feature for tight seating areas. From Elm Lane.
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2 of the 3 chairs I bought had a defect. One chair had one leg shorter than the other 3. The other had threads that you couldn't get screws into.
Bought five of these for our counter-height island. They were somewhat easy to assemble. The first was tricky till I got the hang of it. To make it easier, I opened all remaining boxes at once, sorted 'like' hardware parts into separate cups, then put the stools together assembly-line style which went pretty fast. But I had to do some tweaking to get them to sit level - even resorted to switching out parts between the stools until they didn't wobble. Otherwise, they seem fairly well made. I do like the 15" seat (as compared to some industrial stools I tried with uncomfortable 12" seats). These look good in my kitchen... white cabinets, Yellow River granite counters, stainless appliances. The oiled bronze frame and dark red-brown wood pick up colors in the granite. Con: All the seats were fixed in the frame with the grain running diagonally. It would look a lot better if the grain ran parallel to the stool back, but you'd have to drill new holes in the metal to make that happen. I had to return one stool because the wood back had a large split in it.
Attractive, sturdy, nicely priced, and pretty easy to assemble with incuded hex wrench. They do contain a substance that is known to cause cancer in the state of California. but we'll be using them in Wisconsin so I guess we don't have to worry.
Goes with my kitchen island