|Style: Contemporary||Top Finish: Red cocoa|
|Base Finish: Red cocoa||Distressed: No|
|Gloss Finish: Yes||Top Material: Manufactured wood|
|Base Material: Manufactured wood||Solid Wood Construction: No|
|Reclaimed Wood: No||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Shape: Rectangle|
|Drop Leaf Top: No||Lift Top: No|
|Storage Under Table Top: No||Adjustable Height: No|
|Nested Stools Included: No||Legs Included: Yes|
|Base Type: 4 Legs||Magazine Rack: No|
|Wheels: No||Drawers: Yes|
|Joinery Type: Butt||Weight Capacity: 80 Pounds|
|Eco-Friendly: No||Product Care: Wipe clean with a dry cloth, do not use harsh chemicals|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|CARB Compliant: Yes|
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Read twice, assemble once
LBGreer from Denver, CO– Verified Buyer
Didn't actually use this as a console table, but a television table because of the height and width of this item. The assembly is very much like that Swedish flat-pack-do-it-yourself furniture store, but there are a few small differences that made this item a bit of a challenge to put together. Love the design, love the look, and it works where it put it, but read the assembly directions a few times and look carefully for the numbered parts - that seems intuitive, but it wasn't. Ended up having to disassemble and reassemble parts because some of the numbers printed on the wood are illegible, and didn't look like they were supposed to fit together. I would recommend this if you're looking for a tall, thin table. It supports a 40 inch flat screen television and has a pull out drawer.
Great modern looking table but bad construction!
Inka from Laurel, MD
I order this table to add into our foyer. Its really nice and sleek looking console table to take a chance on look fro this non busy area. Table arrived on time with all parts and pieces. Unfortunately one side legs were not leveled to other side after assembly. We managed to balance the table for now but its not at all build well to reuse after one move. All pieces are not tightly secured together after assembly as well.
Great Table for Price
virginia from mercer island, WA– Verified Buyer
This table looks great, and is way easier to assemble than IKEA stuff -- if you've assembled furniture before, this will pose no problem (my middle school kid did most of it, but grew bored so I finished it off) . It went together easily, and looks like it cost way more than it did. Thanks for another great item!
Nice looking piece
Louis from Mountain View, CA– Verified Buyer
The piece was well packed and not that bad to assemble. You need to pay attention to what pieces show when assembled. The only let down is I was hoping that the piece would be finished 360, but the back shows bare particle board so I was forced to put it up against the wall. It's pretty basic, but nice looking.
Lori from Seattle, WA– Verified Buyer
For the price, you get a great design, decent instructions, and a rich color (think espresso). The photo and description is accurate. The veneer is quite thin, so take extra care to prevent scratches and chips. There are slight gaps in the finished product where the pieces do not exactly match, and places on the veneer where the finish is raw. It's not perfect but it's fine for our needs.
Entrance table for small space
Goldie from Fairfield, NJ– Verified Buyer
Very pretty console table that is perfect for an small entrance foyer. It's a great price and looks like a quality piece. For this price, it's hard to beat. It has a contemporary feel and is a good height too.
Marjorie from Ave Maria, FL– Verified Buyer
For the money, this hall table is nice. The drawer holds my sunglasses, not much more. It's a bit unstable, but if you don't lean on it, it is okay.
Janessa Soliton from New York, NY
I'm quite impress with the style of this beauttiful table, and so is the quality. My order I got in two days which was awesome, and put it together and it took almost an hour like any furntiure that require assembly and it wasn't bad. The manual was easy to follow, and everything was labeled nicely according to the manual. When screwing the screws make sure it secured nicely to prevent the table from wobbling. I remember I didn't screw in some parts that good and that particular portion was kind of wobbly. So I had to tighten the screws nicely and is not bad at all. The style is very nice, is a nice accent to my livingroom area against the wall.
Great Hall table
YH from Thornhill, ON– Verified Buyer
I was looking for a small hall table for a condo and this one fit the bill perfectly. The order process was easy and the table arrived fairly quickly, considering it had to cross the border. The assembly was simple enough. There was a small defect on one of the pieces, but is not too noticeable to consider return or exchange, considering cross-border issues.
Pretty decent for the price
Daniel Jones from Acworth, GA– Verified Buyer
Previous reviewer complained that it's small...use a tape measure to gauge the size before you buy - it's exactly the size I wanted for my entry hall. Not an heirloom piece but pretty decent for the price. Harder to assemble than IKEA furniture (more pieces, fewer instructions) but take an hour or so and it makes sense. Was as expected, shipped fast and well protected - the box had a big hole from UPS but it was so well padded inside that the piece itself suffered no damage. I would recommend to anyone on a budget and not afraid to tackle the fairly obtuse assembly instructions.