Ghost Help: Instruct me, please!

I know my five readers don’t like to comment much, but please, for the love of God…someone comment here and tell me what to do.

I’d like to add two ghost chairs to my bedroom sitting area. They will be very handy to toss my clothes on at the end of the day, plus reuse for other events through out the house. However, do I go with the arms or armless?!?

Ghost Chair Set of 2

Victoria Ghost Side Chair Set of 2 Dining Chairs

I like the look of the arms (more substantial), but I think the armless will be more useful if and when I need to pull them up to other tables.

Thoughts? Please?

All Images from Amazon.com
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10 Responses to Ghost Help: Instruct me, please!

  1. I like the arms! The armless is a bit boring. Plus the arms would better for draping clothes on :)

  2. -R- says:

    I agree with Sarah. I like the arms better!

  3. Kellie says:

    I would avoid the arms for the purpose of draping clothes. The armless chairs seem more useful, but I have not yet found the ghost chair love.

  4. Jane says:

    Well if they are truly ghost chairs then I would go with no arms, since ghost’s dont have arms. Easier for them to sit.
    My opinion is to go with arms. They fit the style of your house better.

  5. Rita says:

    I say go armless as they will be more useful in tucking them under a desk when you need to.

  6. Melissa R. says:

    ARMS!! Looks more like a real ghost chair should. Armless looks kinda like it’s missing something :)

  7. An says:

    For a living room, arms! As soon as you mentioned throwing your jackets and sweaters or clothes in general on the chairs, I imagined them with arms. Go for it! :)

  8. haha that make me laugh :) I like the arms better too!

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