You Might Also Consider
Gianna Vanity Chair
• Metal frame has a beautiful multi-step finish
Click Here to view the entire Gianna Collection.
Gianna Vanity Chair is metal. Seat is covered in polyester/cotton fabric.
Clean with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use polishes, chemicals, or abrasives.
Review Summary (Based on 21 Reviews)
Not wanting a flimsy chair we looked at this one. Not only was it very sturdy it looks great too.
The vanity chair is a perfect match to the gold trim on my antique vanity. The weight of the chair is ideal, easy to move, but not so light as to tip. I decided to leave the plastic covering on the upholstered seat since I frequently use it fresh and a bit damp from my morning shower.
I was missing 1 screw to attach the back. There was only 3 in pkgs. and it took 4. I bought it as I have a dressing table built into the wall in my bedroom and it is so nice to sit down and put on my makeup and dry my hair, as I am an old lady of 77 and sitting is better than standing.
I like this chair because of how easy it was to assemble, the sturdy way it is made and its old fashioned beauty.
Screw holes are not lined up at all. In some places the holes are on the side. Would be lovely if it could be put together which it impossible!! It is still in the box. I emailed you about it for help and got no reply.
bought as a chair, for bedroom, as ab accent peice paint was poorly applied, chipped; screws could not be inserted-holes did not line up For $129.00, this was a piece of junk and it cost another $23.00 to return. ,
Perfect for my little vanity table in the guest bedrom. Looks very elegant.
I have just bought a new condo. This chair matched the colour scheme beautifully. However, when my husband put it together the holes for the screws were in the wrong place and the seat itself was not level. Having said that, the chair looks fantastic in our master bathroom next to my vanity table.
Needed a vanity stool. Saw this one and kept' coming back to it. It is nice and sturdy and meets our requirements. Looks nice too!! We are pleased.
The chair required a little bit of assembly, but it looks GREAT and is very comfortable to sit in! It's a great height, and really gives a whole new look to the bathroom.
The chair looks good, but the instructions are bad and the parts do not fit up well. I saw this on other reviews also. It seems like Touch of Class should address this problem or remove the chair from their catalog. The seat cushion has an indent from shipping which is still there after several weeks.
Stylish chair at a good price. Well built
This chair fits perfectly, was easy to assemble and very sturdy. I would highly recommend it to anyone. Looks just like the picture -the finish and the cushioned seat are coordinated perfectly. Looks great in my bathroom.
throw away instructions.they are useless.lay seat on floor.screw leg A to A onseat.B toB etc. take square ,fit to bottom holes.dont tighten any screw until finished
The chair was perfect for the vanity that I needed it for. It did have a few rough spots on it, but that gave it the aged look. My daughter loved it.
this chair added elegance to my bathroom
The GIANNA VANITY CHAIR is lovely. Looks just like the picture. Easy to assemble, very sturdy, not to heavy to move and fits just exactly where I wanted to place it. Has a nice wipe off fabric on the seat. This is one of several items I have ordered from Touch of Class and have always been happy with my purchases. Good company!!!! Ms. Karen Reed, Roseville, CA
My wife has wanted a chair like this for quite some time and is very happy with the vanity chair and the only comment I would like to make is that when putting the chair together even keeping all the screws loose as in the instructions, there were a few screws that I had trouble getting them to line up correctly, once they were in place and tightened the chair is a great accent piece of furniture in the bedroom.
I love my new chair, it is just as pretty as seen on the computer.
It might have been a packing problem, but the stool had been opened and rewrapped. It was slightly bent and the letters marking the stool legs were wrong, so I had to figure that out and put it together again. Welding is rough in the back, but otherwise not a bad stool. I bough it for my 3 yr.old granddaughter, so she won't mind
l love it - I just wish it had rollers on the feet.