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Sun May 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014homedecorrr Rating:5.0
I assembled the fireplace yesterday and it looks fabulous! Everything you need for the assembly was already provided. Each piece had a sticker with a number and an arrow. So right away you know which way to hold each piece, while following the step by step super clear instructions. It took me about 30-40 minutes to put it together. And i was taking my time. I am a girl and this is the first time i put any piece of furniture together (usually leave it to my hubby). I was pleasantly surprised how easy this was. The only thing you will need to drill is when putting together the actual heater with your assembled white wood box. It is only 4 screws. The fireplace is a bright shade of white. Like printer paper. So those of you looking for an ivory/creamy shade - this would not be a good fit. It has very sleek lines. Perfect for a Transitional style decor. It heats up the room vey quick. The fan of course makes a low sound if you turn the heating function on. It is significantly quieter than what I was used to with my other heaters. Another great bonus! You can regulate the temperature and set a time when you want the heater to turn off. Very functional.
Fri Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2012caro78 Rating:4.0
This tree is nice looking as expected. Only downfall, some leaves got squished during the transit and are hard to "unfold" or turn back to where they should. Overall pleased with this item. It fills up the space nicely.
Wed Apr 09 00:00:00 MDT 2014martinp1 Rating:1.0
I was so looking forward to these candles. When they arrived I put the batteries in and only one worked but didn't work with the remote control, the other two didn't work at all. I returned the candles to Overstock with no problems at all. What a company. I believe the problem is a manufacturing defect. With no problem of returning an item I will continue to purchase from Overstock.
Wed May 23 00:00:00 MDT 2012pdxshopper11 Rating:4.0
It looks more delicate in the photos - this is a big clunky Greek style mirror. Unfortunately, it was delivered to the wrong address and I had to call OS to track it down and send another. The whole process took a lot longer than expected and finally, on the same day, I received 2 mirrors. As I said, it is not as I envisioned and because it was so late, I then had to arranged to return them--meaning lugging two huge boxes to UPS. Not the best OS experience I've ever had. If you are looking for a very large/chunky style mirror - with a big wall to hang it on, this is a nice looking mirror.
Sun Aug 24 00:00:00 MDT 2014amberdotcox Rating:1.0
This looked like a nice wooden windowsill planter online, but it arrived chipped and broken. I thought about glueing it back together, but when I set it in my windowsill I really didn't like how it looked. The "feet" of the planter gives an awkward space between the windowsill and the planter itself–I think it would look a lot better without the feet! I had to return it because not only did it break in transit, but it was just not attractive on my windowsill.
Tue Feb 17 00:00:00 MST 2015Jurate W. Rating:5.0
Assembly was simple and the effect is fabulous! The fireplace was delivered in 3 separate boxes but the instructions were missing. I called customer service and with in 30 minutes the very accommodating agent sent the PDF version of them. We're thrilled!!!!!
Thu Jan 08 00:00:00 MST 2015Aron K Rating:5.0
These pillows are so lush and expensive looking. They are Down filled and heavy so they don't smash when you lean back on them. I bought 3 black and 3 white to put on a white leather sofa and WOW does it look great.
Wed Dec 17 00:00:00 MST 2014starlet300 Rating:5.0
very, very pretty mat. i bought 3 of them for Christmas presents, but just had to keep one for myself it was so nice.
Thu Sep 25 00:00:00 MDT 2014svetik0803 Rating:5.0
I bought two of these to go side-by-side right above my transitional style sideboard. They look perfect! And they're fantastic deal price wise; i looked for about four months, and the mirrors I liked were at least $550 a piece! Once again, Overstock delivers!
Tue Dec 04 00:00:00 MST 2012rdhuggins Rating:1.0
Very disappointed in this product. I ordered two of these reindeer for display in my husband's medical office during the holiday season (other one has already been reviewed) and they both arrived broken. This 19-inch reindeer arrived with 3 legs attached to the body and one leg broken completely off. The paint is not gold; but instead a brown/bronze color - not at all festive. Paint iself is patchy. Reindeer head and antlers are not attached to the body; and the locations were there are to fit together are not well constructed. The head does not stay "in place" and falls off. Waste of money! Do not buy.
Thu Feb 20 00:00:00 MST 2014bogiejim Rating:4.0
Looks like an ugly duckling when taken out of the packaging but after arranging the leaves it becomes a swan!
Thu Dec 04 00:00:00 MST 2014joho Rating:5.0
Lovely mirror. Clean, simple lines. Both modern and transitional. Well made. I'm using it over a bathroom vanity but it could be used anywhere.
Wed Nov 05 00:00:00 MST 2014angel Rating:1.0
It is so terribly made, it doesn't even try to be nice. Let's start with the best part, first. The firebox. Visually it makes an attractive approximation of a fire. It never looks real, but doesn't look cheesy. The compliments end there. The worst part is the wood mantle. It's so bad, I'll cover it at the end. That is, if you're still reading by then . . . Firebox: The fan/blower in the firebox sounds as though it is suspended on raw metal, as in no bearings. It makes disconcerting rattling and brushing noises. These noises don't resemble soothing in any way shape or form. They sound like the blower is about to fall out. You should hear nothing but the whooshing sound of air. The rattling is so loud, it actually drowns out any sound of moving air. Nowhere in the instructions or on the realflame.com website is there a rating for heat output or power consumption. I can tell you why. Had they supplied a rating, you wouldn't have bought it. It's that poor. Think of it this way: It runs on a standard 120V / 15A outlet. Using standard electrical resistance type elements, it will put out no more heat than a hair dryer, as a hair dryer maxes out the outlet. Just imagine heating a room with a hair dryer. Had they used something like ceramic heating elements or another technology, it might have been a reasonable amount of heat. Even compared to a hair dryer, this realflame heater can't keep up. Plan on standing right next to it, else you'll never know it's on. It's funny, too, because there are caution stickers all over it, warning of the heat. Really? If it ever got hot, the stickers would burn right on the metal casing. They don't. Nothing ever gets even hot enough to be uncomfortable to the touch. Sure, if you restricted the airflow it would be dangerous, but in normal use it's never more than warm. Wood mantel: The best thing I can say is about the color, and it's not good. It's far darker in person than in the picture. Know this up front. Pecan? Looks nothing like pecan. Their pecan finish is the color of dark mahogany. Therefore, I can't even imagine just how dark their dark mahogany is. The two corner vertical pieces of the mantel that look like nice heavy pieces of wood? They're an illusion. Rather than being the wood posts they try to visually evoke, each one only has two sides, and each side made of thin partial board bolted together at the front corner. Like an L-shape. The side pieces are so badly warped, that even using the supplied bolts and brackets, you can't get them to straighten out and line up with the front pieces. Therefore the corner has a gap where the two pieces meet, from top to bottom. Not attractive. Cabinet makers use cabinet-grade MDF (medium density fiberboard) on select panels because hardwood will bow, twist, warp, and expand/contract unevenly. So, certain pieces should be MDF with a veneer because MDF is prized for it's stability of shape. In a mantel, it should be all hard wood. This is not. This is 100% MDF with a veneer. The MDF used is such low grade, it twists, bows, and warps. That's right, the material known for it's flatness and stability has warped and twisted. And, far worse than any piece of hard wood would have. The fasteners (bolts and brackets) used to assemble the 11 pieces that make up the mantel are good. Yet, you can't screw bolts into MDF, they would instantly strip out. So, threaded metal inserts are pressed into the MDF for the bolts to screw into. The threaded inserts are so cheap, when you attempt to tighten the bolts, the threaded inserts just pull out of the MDF. All of the cosmetic pieces are bolted to each other, even if they're merely cosmetic. The only structural pieces in the entire mantel are the two vertical strips that the firebox bolts to. However, rather than bolt those two structural pieces to the rest of the MDF, they're nailed with the smallest brad nails I have ever seen. They must be about 24 gage, they only protrude about 1/4" into the next piece of wood, and there are hardly any of them used. It's a joke. The cosmetic pieces are bolted together while the structural pieces are poorly tacked in place. The top horizontal part of the mantel has trim all around it, secured with the same tiny brad nails. When I attempted to bolt the top onto the rest of the mantel, rather than close the gap between the two pieces, the brad nails gave way and the trim pieces fell off, leaving the top piece just sitting there with nothing to secure it. All of the through-bolts in the mantel, save two, go through 2 pieces of wood. Those other two go through 3 pieces of wood. Wouldn't you think they would provide two bolts longer than the rest? They didn't. No surprise, those last two bolts are too short. They can't even reach through far enough to get threaded into the threaded insert. Again, these two secure the top of the mantel. So, of the four bolts securing the top of the mantel, two are too short, and the other two screw into tacked on trim pieces that have broken free. Packaging and defects: At the factory one of the front pieces was damaged. It had to be at the factory because it was all sealed in thin foam wrapping paper that was undamaged. Yet, it passed inspection and was put into the package. Another piece was damaged during shipment, and NOT by the shipper. It was damaged because it was improperly packed. See, all the pieces are flat. They are laid in the box and separated by thin foam wrapping. They're all different lengths, as well. Yet, there are no foam inserts to accommodate the different lengths of the pieces. So, once packaged up and sent on it's way, the short pieces inside the box are free to slide around and smash into other pieces while in transit. I just can't comprehend how anything costing nearly $500 could be so poorly packaged. Even the cardboard was thin single layer. The firebox? It's package was double corrugated cardboard with thick foam supports. The firebox is metal. You would think realflame would have protected the delicate fragile wood as well or better, not less. If you want one of these, don't plan on using it as a heater. Just turn on the fake flame and appreciate the faux fire image. If you're going to do that, you can easily get a screen saver for your computer that does the same thing for a fraction of the cost.
Fri Nov 01 00:00:00 MDT 2013cautiousseriousshopper Rating:5.0
It is just the right size and shape to go over the mantle in the family room of our new house. Not too big, not too heavy. the color is the antiqued bronze look. It goes with the transitional/ traditional style decor of our house.
Fri Aug 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013hou33 Rating:4.0
Very lovely, would have loved to have had a nice looking planter included :)
Wed Aug 27 00:00:00 MDT 2014droppinthoughts Rating:5.0
Even better in person! Adds that bit of sparkle and fun. Great transitional pillows- bedroom,family-room or living-room.
Tue Dec 03 00:00:00 MST 2013ste4lth Rating:5.0
It took three attempts to ship me this mirror without it being broken in transit, but in the end it was worth the hassles. Beautiful looking piece.
Wed Aug 20 00:00:00 MDT 2014eileen444 Rating:5.0
These are very nice pillows - just as pictured. I was looking for summer pillows that would go with a beach decor, but these will also transition nicely into a fall decor. The front has a soft nubby texture, just enough to look casual, but not shabby. I was also looking for pillows with zippers so that I can launder the covers, if needed, which these have.
Tue Feb 21 00:00:00 MST 2012leapyearbabe Rating:5.0
These 3 clocks were exactly what I was looking for. The small siize allows for hanging on wall or leaning. The colors are great for early period decor and the quality excellent for the price.
Sun Nov 02 00:00:00 MDT 2014Happy House Rating:5.0
These are perfect and we just ordered 3 more and the Large Boston Furs I would highly recommend
Mon Sep 22 00:00:00 MDT 2014csummers Rating:4.0
I really like the way that these shelves look once they are up. I was a little disappointed in the fact that the silver waves between each shelf are plastic due tithe price being almost $$. I am rating it a bit lower due to the plastic brackets. I am concerned about the durability.
Vintage estate jewelry is often elaborate and always beautiful. These sparkling pieces are a lot of fun to wear, and they also transition well into personal accessory and home decor objects. Vintage jewelry items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, earrings and pins are unlike any other accessories. If you love the dazzling look of vintage jewelry, then you might consider wearing and displaying estate jewelry in unique ways.
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Graduation is an exciting time when students receive their academic degrees and celebrate the accomplishment of completing school. Commencement ceremonies are traditionally held in spring and are a time for the graduating class to enjoy themselves. Yet the students are also busy preparing for that next step in life, which often involves living on their own for the first time. When you choose a graduation gift for a young adult, consider a gift that makes this life-changing transition easier.
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