Description said rust resistant so I bought this to use on an outdoor patio. As I was taking it out of the box, I noticed quite a bit of rusting already, before I even used it. Don't think it will last a month outside without having to repaint. Not for outdoor use.
I have an indoor, screen-roofed, atrium where I plant flowers and herbs. Now that I have most of the herb pots on this rack, there is much more usable space in the atrium and it is a lot more welcoming with a cast aluminum garden bench, side tables and chaise along with the original cast aluminum bistro table and chairs. Because of reading a previous customer's review of the rack, I sprayed lacquer over the top and bottom of the shelves to delay rust from forming. So far (about 5 months) they look fine. The rack folds and moves easily. This was very helpful for taking the rack out of the summer sun and rain and placing it in the garage while I am not in Florida during the summer. I am very happy with the purchase and receive many compliments on it.
I like it but it's rusting a bit on the shelves at the latice work joints (I have it outside). If it gets worse I'll spray paint it. Probably fine inside. Strikes me as a bit on the small side, be sure it's right for your space. Top shelves are 9" deep, bottom shelves are 12" deep.
I use this as a "rack" for small plants on my porch. It's the right size and allows the sun to shine through. I also hang little sparkling things (old earrings) from the sides and place jars of shiny stones in between the plants (all succulents) for decoration. I love this rack.
This is an attractive piece that provides a little bit of extra space for plants, cookbooks, etc. It is not completely stable, but once there are heavier items placed on it, it is fairly sturdy. A good value for the money. I should have paid closer attention to the dimensions; I could have used one a little wider.