(Closed) I officially hate folding chairs

posted 6 years ago in Home
Post # 3
232 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Have you looked online at Target? I found some really nice chairs there.

Post # 4
2889 posts
Sugar bee

You were happy to get 2 chairs for under $200, I imagine arm chairs will be more expensive anyway, so the price you mention on ebay of 6 chairs and 2 arm chairs for $1000 works out to about $100 for each standard chair and $200 per arm chair. It may be worth considering the extra $ if these are the style and quality chairs you would be interested in long term. Even if you got them at $75 per chair and $150 for a side chair  you would be investing $750 into a temporary solution.  That being said some suggestions for cheap chair options, Habitat Humanity ReStore if you have one, Ikea, local furniture stores (check out floor models or scratch and dent discounts), local flea markets? Antique shops? Goodwill type stores? Second hand or antique stores are most likely your best choice for finding something form the same period style.  Alternatively, maybe you could get 6 inner chairs and hold out for 2 head chairs you like later that coordinate. 

Post # 6
2105 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Ashley Home Store has some affordable chairs.  We love ours from the Carlisle line. 

Post # 8
1243 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

@star_dust:  As someone who is currently sitting on the same fold out chair you have in your picture, I sympathize.  lol  

We’re in the market for a new table and chairs too, so I’ll be watching this thread.  🙂

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