I disagree with the reviewx that complain about this being hard to put together. I finished it in 15 minutes, and didn't need a drill to hone down parts or a sledge hammer. Put some WD40 or other oil on the inserts that hold the base and long sides together before you try to insert them. The small size works perfectly in our guest bath and it is quite stable with three sets of towels and washcloths for my niece and her children who are coming to enjoy the AZ sun after a horrible winter in PA. Those who say it is not sturdy...come on...it's only a towel rack, not something for blankets and/or quilts. I highly recommend this item if that is the only way you plan to use it--for towels.
We had a small space for a standing towel bar and this fit the bill. While the directions were not clear, my husband was able to put it together without too much trouble. It handles our bath towels and looks good doing so. It is sturdy and matches my one towel bar on the wall as well.
I waited some time to open the box and assemble the rack since we were doing a bathroom model. But once opened box three major parts were missing and Overstock refused to help me b/c it was over 30 days and the manufacturer didn't help either. they said return it to the place you bought it at. $$ down the trash!!!
You had to read the instructions carefully as many parts that were labeled with different letters seemed to be exactly the same. Using a rubber mallet made it easy and safe on the finish. My only issue is that one pouch that was supposed to have had 8 screws only had 6. It was a sealed plastic bag so none were lost; they just didn't include enough. They'll be pretty hard to match as they have an Allen wrench head, but in worse case I'll just have two bars instead of three.