This cart looks really elegant for such an economy purchase. It took me about 4 hours to put together by myself over 2 glasses of wine. It would have been much quicker with 2 people with one to hold the frame while the other tightens the screws. It unpacked easily, all the hardware was marked "drawer side screws", "drawer bottom screws" so it was easy to tell which bolts to use where. The finish on the wood is very nice, no blemishes or rough spots and the pieces went together they way they were supposed to. The doors are the best part, you just pop them in on these little springs, there are no hinges to worry about. The drawers were a bit tricky but they look nice and close flush so I am very happy. The back is nicely finished so you don't have to put it up against a wall. I worried about that since there is no photo of the back. I can't believe I built this elegant cart and it looks great in my kitchen.
Beautiful cart, made of quality material. It was a bit vague on the instructions. It took us a few hours to assemble. It would have been easier with three people to hold the beginning center sections in place while connecting the main frame to the rear section...but still a beautiful piece of furniture.
I bought this cabinet for our covered deck. It is almost too nice to leave outside. My husband assembled it in about 3 hours. The drawers do not fit perfectly but I'm hoping with use they will loosen up. Nice, quality and very pretty cabinet.
I love my new kitchen cart. Two of us worked together to put it together and it was up and filled in no time. It is a very sturdy cart made of real wood. It looks just as it appears on the website. The only thing about this cart that wasn't excellent is that the left hand drawer was a little harder to open and close after the oak top was installed. That's not a deal breaker by any means and I would definitely recommend this cart to anybody looking for a nice addition to their kitchen/dining room.