This table is a pain to put together. They made it convenient for them to manufacture but did not take the consumer's time and energy into consideration. Also the edges, where the particle board and venere come together are not smooth. Just made cheap. Not worth the money spent. Price does match quality...
Decent table for the price. It's easy to put together and looks pretty sharp in my living room. The construction is decently solid, probably a little higher quality than Target furniture and less expensive. I don't really know why it's "early american" but hey, whatever.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? well
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. decent quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? mostly accurate
Package came on time. You have to be clever to figure out how to screw the legs and bars together. Assemble it with product facing down. I won't recommend the product to anyone who is looking for a quality kind of things.
- Did the color match the color displayed onsite? yes
- How is the quality of the product? Poor
- Did the description onsite accurately describe the product? Yes, but not in the picture. The teir is on the opposite side.
Looks pretty good once it's put together. The main problem is the assembly instructions. If you follow the picture in the instructions completely faithfully, you will assemble the thing backwards, and the pieces won't fit together right. If this happens to you, take it apart, and put the middle shelf on the other side of the table, and put it together that way -- kind of the mirror image of the picture in the instructions. The thing will go together just fine that way.