Sturdy chair, big seat, colors and design accurately represented in photo. Price for these chairs has come down a lot all over the Web. Walmart price is competitive with several other vendors but I chose to buy from Walmart because some other buyers had assembly and other problems with chair and I wanted to be able to return them to a Walmart store, which thankfully was not necessary. Trees are burnt orange. Background a warm near-white. Words are not really words but scribbles or dashes that look like words. They're yellowish brown—the color of brewed tea. No problem assembling it once we realized the how-to diagram inverted where the big and little screws go. Bigger screws need to go in row furthest from the edge to hold the back to the chair. Smaller screws can go in row nearer edge since have less distance to cover. I did not like that chair came with toxicity warning which includes but is not by law limited to the stated formaldehyde alert. The warning (label on sticker beneath seats) was not a surprise but I still would choose nontoxic versions of this chair if these existed, which they do not. Seat is so deep that for most people settling against the backrest would mean dangling one's feet in the air. Remedied this by adding lumbar cushions—pretty to look at and make for a very comfortable and good-sized chair. Buy the cushion covers cheap from the ample selection at Amazon and stuff with bargain-priced fluffy white fiber fill sold in Walmart sewing departments. Despite the formaldehyde warning, chairs are odorless. Delivery was very quick even from coast to coast of USA. All parts were included. Well packed. Upholstery job fine on viewable part of chair though in places the fabric barely made it to the underside of the chair where it was secured.