Very unusal piece of furniture. It almost has a medevial look about it. The finish is a destressed cream color. The legs are destressed gray. Although this table did not look good where I originally intended, I kept it anyway and am using it in another bedroom where it looks great.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? The actual color is more cream. It looked gray on the website.
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. very good
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? very good
I bought two of these to use as end tables in our master bedroom. They are wider than your average bedside table so make sure you have enough room on your wall for both of these plus a king size bed. I love them because they are so unique; I do get asked a lot if they are antiques. They are very unusual, so it takes a certain taste to appreciate this piece.
The table looks really good - it's unique looking and definitely passes for 'old' down to the rusted metal and rusty bolts. Unfortunately putting it together was a huge pain, since the instructions don't tell you which step to do first. It just has photos. Do not, unless you want to get really frustrated, put all four legs on the lower section first. I figured out that the way to do it is one side at a time - so attach left legs to upper and lower metal supports before doing the right or vice versa. If I'd known this from the outset it would've been easier to put together. One thing is that because the bolts are 'rusty', they're hard to tighten. I used a wrench. Only had it 2 days but so far both top and bottom are supporting their weight (I have a small lamp and large framed photo leaning against the wall on top, and about 10-15 lbs on the bottom shelf. Once put together I love how lightweight it is, and that the top part just lifts off as one big piece. It's not bright white though; definitely more off-white/cream.