Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 206
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dangela Love it
This set is easy to assemble. It took me under an hour to unbox it and put the table and two swivel chairs together. I don't have to worry about this table blowing away. It's quite heavy. My wife and I could barely turn it over after I put the legs on. I leaned the top against the wall to assemble it instead of flat on the floor like the instructions recommended. The chairs are comfortable. I had no quality issues with the chairs or the table. There's a plastic ring that would protect the umbrella where it passes through the table, and there's a little round tile cut to fit in it when there is no umbrella. It really is a nice touch.
June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Faisal It's a beautiful Set
This Westbury 7 piece high dinning set is a beautiful addition to our home and has already received many compliments from family and friends. The focal point is the sturdy tabletop with the exquisite porcelain design. Unfortunately, one of the tiles was chipped during shipment however is not very noticeable. The assembly of the table was slightly troublesome as one of the tableâs legs screws were bent. Total time required to assemble the set was 45 minutes. Assembly tools were included in the hardware package. The table was assembled with 8 nuts and bolts. The table is a two person task due to its heavy weight. The hardware was intelligently packaged for ease of assembly.
The 4 stationary chairs came fully assembled with sufficient packaging and are very lightweight. The 2 swivel chairs were easily assembled with just 4 nuts and bolts. Chairâs seat and back is airy and provides very comfortable seating. The curve in the chairs armrest adds style to the set. The footrest of the chairs has a molded rubber covering to protect from scratching. Set comes with touch up paint if needed.
We also love the umbrella which can be purchased separately to provide shade to everyone seated. You can adjust the umbrella canopy to a 45 degree angle. Even though the table can easily hold umbrella, I would recommend buying umbrella base since it will raise the umbrella a bit higher which will allow you to easily rotate the umbrella handle when opening/closing it, otherwise handle sits really close to table top, making it hard to rotate the handle (see attached picture) . If you donât use umbrella, a cap neatly covers the table top umbrella hole.
The only problem I have with the set is the swivel chairs tend to tip when getting up from a seated position. I usually forewarn shorter guests to get up carefully. In my opinion, chairs shouldâve had enough weight in the base frame to sit firm on the ground.
Overall, we love this set.
March 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by rick WELL WORTH THE PRICE
looks great, very comfortable, easy to assemble, great quality
June 18, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Marty Nice heavy table, horrible chairs
I hope this review will be helpful and save someone tons of trouble and frustration.
I bought this set on-line at the beginning of the season. The delivery was slow (came a few days late). I put it all together with no problem. After the very first use fabric on the back of chairs came loose. After third, it started to peel off on both motion chairs.
I would not recommend this product.
August 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by willwgp A Great Patio Set With A Side of Relaxation!
This patio set is everything you would want for a backyard cook-out, hang-out, or just your average chill-out! Each part of the set comes in different boxes in delivery: one for the four regular chairs, one for the two swiveling chairs, and one for the table. The table is the heaviest part, as it has real porcelain tile! The table did get a little nick right near the center of the table on a corner of the tile, but it's okay; hopefully this didn't happen to yours. Each chair was packaged with cardboard on every leg and arm and foot, which we appreciated. The table and the swiveling chairs require little assembly, but none of it is impossible! Took about 30 minutes altogether to get the base of the table together. I would suggest moving the table close to where you wanted it so that, after installation of its base, you can then turn the table right side up and place it on your patio!
As you can see, the whole set is wonderful looking! The chairs all sit high, as well as the table. This is a nice feature! We also liked that each chair had a rubber spot to place your feet. The table does have a spot in the middle for the umbrella, but if you decide not to get one, or if you did get one but want to set it aside, the set comes with a nice little stone circle to put in the hole to fill the void. Very nicely done! The table also has adjustments on the feet in case the place you're setting this set on is slightly uneven.
The umbrella is a cool addition, I would recommend buying it especially if you're going to sit out in the sun a lot. The umbrella does have some minor setbacks though. The umbrella's top part attaches to its base with a push-button snap lock mechanism, and the top part of the umbrella can swivel at an almost 45 degree angle if the sun is in a weird spot; this is awkward for the table, but it does work. I haven't taken the time to see how other patio sets work with their umbrellas, but the umbrella for this set is held by a screw and plastic piece that goes against the pole to hold it in place. That plastic piece for the screw is VERY important, be sure to look for it when you get the patio set, because if it's not in place, it could scratch the pole when holding it! I wish that, instead of the screw and plastic piece to hold the pole, it used some sort of safety pin, and the pole would have adjustment holes so you had control of how high or low you desired the umbrella to be. You still have that control with the way this set is, but with me being a bit picky, I would have liked preset adjustments to set the umbrella's height.
We put the patio set together during an abnormally windy day. This gave us a chance to see how the chairs would hold up with wind. The wind did knock over one of the chairs very easily, and the chair fell onto our patio and got a couple scratches. If this happens to you, DO NOT PANIC! The patio set comes with some paint in a bottle with a nail-polish brush, to touch up things like that! But the experience did tell us that we will probably need to get a table chain to wrap the chairs around the table whenever it gets windy like that again, or just take the chairs inside. The swivel chairs are a bit heavier and more stable. But this is still something to note with the regular chairs. The swivel chairs both turn, and rock a little bit, but don't recline, so don't try leaning back in them. The swivel chairs, like the regular chairs, have the rubber footings, and we really like that. The fabric on all of the chairs is a nice look and feel!
Overall, we really like the patio set, but unfortunately the swivel chairs do not fit with our current patio; might be time to go back to Home Depot and get more paver stones, huh? Still, the set is very nice and we can't wait to eat out there with some dogs and burgers, and drink some strawberry daiquiris, as per my wife and neighbor's suggestion!
March 7, 2013