This hamper cost $***, but consists only of four sides, a bottom, a lid, and a sack that goes inside. There are no assembly instructions, but the four sides must be assembled in a particular arrangement, which involves connecting each side to the next using 32(!) screws that go into poorly drilled holes on the adjoining side. In the hamper that I bought, half a dozen of the holes wouldn't fully take the screws, and I got blisters trying to sides properly screwed together. The assembly took over an hour. Not worth the trouble.