Orange - Kitchen Furniture
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Wed Oct 29 00:00:00 MDT 2008Rating:5.0
Not as difficult to assemble as previous reviewers had said. Looks very nice as a microwave cart with extra storage and hand towel racks. Wood is not as orange as pictured. Very pleased with this purchase and ease of purchasing and fast delivery.
Sat Dec 12 00:00:00 MST 2009matlaw16 Rating:4.0
I use this in my bathroom for extra storage of towels, etc and I'm very happy with how it looks. The only thing I would mention to anyone thinking of buying this is that the wicker is not tan as it appears in the picture. It's more like a shade of coral or orange-ish, but not garish or unpleasant. Goes well in my room, but I was glad I saw that fact mentioned by another reviewer so I wasn't surprised.
Sun Aug 07 00:00:00 MDT 2011caribhome Rating:3.0
This is a fairly lightweight rack that goes together easily. The baskets do not slide well, if you have anything heavy in them, and they are more orange than brown. We used it for a year or so and then bought something nicer to replace it. It's not bad for the price, but it's just not the quality we wanted for our home, and the orangey baskets just weren't working well for us.
Fri Jul 06 00:00:00 MDT 2012sprngweather Rating:4.0
There must be more than one version of this product. My baskets were already mostly assembled (you just need to drop in the bottom). There were no screws as other reviews have mentioned. However, I wish there were (even if it added to the assembly time). The baskets are flimsy and I would not put anything heavy in them. Also, as other reviews mentioned, the baskets aren't on rollers, so they won't slide out as you might expect. The wooden top is much more orange looking than it looks in the picture (and a completely different color than the baskets). The assembly took about 20 minutes (with 2 people) and the finished product is very attractive and stable. I am using it in my bathroom for storage and it looks fantastic! It works wonderfully for my purposes and definitely adds some class. I would recommend it to others as long as they do not plan on storing anything heavy in those baskets and do not mind the color of the table top being on the orange side.
Mon Jan 10 00:00:00 MST 2011spudhog Rating:3.0
This rack comes in 24 pieces and requires a lot of assembly. Most of the bolts were just thrown into the huge box with all the pieces and not separated into a bag. Putting together the rack wasn't so bad, but the baskets are very difficult to assemble. Some of the screws wouldn't go through the holes because they weren't drilled down far enough. The iron is a decent quality but I didn't care for the wood color that serves as the primary shelf. You cannot see it in the pic but it's an orange colored wood. Once assembled it looks like a standard Ikea type of unit. I have it in a small kitchen where I don't have a lot of cabinet space and the extra storage space created by the baskets is useful.
Fri Dec 21 00:00:00 MST 2012lawrencevillelo Rating:5.0
The cart was smaller than I thought it would be but seems quite sturdy. I was impressed by how easy it was to assemble, needing no tools.
Tue May 21 00:00:00 MDT 2013sarahinoregon Rating:4.0
This little cart was very easy to put together; no tools needed, as promised. It's small, but that's just what we needed to fit in a tight space. It's nice that all 4 wheels swivel. Removable plastic "sheets" lie on top of metal supports for the shelves - that was hard to see in the pictures. Makes for easy cleaning.
Tue Oct 18 00:00:00 MDT 2011luvnurse Rating:4.0
Im very happy with this purchase. The reason I gave it 4 stars was because the wheels are hard to lock and the directions given for assembly were horrendous. But! Now that it's together its a very nice addition to my small kitchen!
Mon Aug 13 00:00:00 MDT 2007Rating:4.0
There are typos in the instructions, so read carefully when assembling. Very stylish and modern, especially for the price. The drawers are somewhat unsteady if you have heavy things in them.
Thu Jan 17 00:00:00 MST 2013nicepatty Rating:5.0
I moved into a mobile home which has limited storage..This holds my microwave, cannisters and the baskets hold things too..I'm really happy and Very pleased with this rack.
Mon Sep 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013newbieincali Rating:5.0
Great quality, heavy and robust. Perfect idea for storage in a small kitchen lacking storage space. I'm pretty handy and I couldn't hang it myself just because of the weight of it. Love the finish, and the look... Less expensive than the 2 other big time pb and c and b stores! Buy it you won't be disappointed!
Sat Oct 29 00:00:00 MDT 2011jlbsailing Rating:5.0
I am enjoying the island tremendously. It's functional and does not take up a lot of space. It provides that little bit of extra work space that my kitchen needed while easily moves when not in use. It was not easy to put together. The instructions were not complete enough and would only recommend the product if someone had good handyman skills. I am going to send the company some suggestions that would make the installtion easier. There was a missing part but the company was apologetic and promptly sent me a replacement.
Fri Feb 20 00:00:00 MST 2009oclady89 Rating:4.0
This is a beautiful baker's rack. However, it was missing 4 caps and the iron on the top arch is beat up in two places. I noticed that after I put it together and don't have the strength to undo it and pack it in the box to return. So, I covered it with a hanging plant. Overall, looks great.
Wed Jun 08 00:00:00 MDT 2011cynthiagrace Rating:5.0
We got this for the kitchen of our new house. It came and was everything I hoped it would be! The color is gorgeous, and it is very sturdy. There is only one small, and very glaring problem with this product -- there is no way to adjust the length of the hanging chains. The way it is built, you can't simply hang it from a different length, as the chains don't fit through the ceiling hook. We took care of the problem by going to Home Depot and buying 4 heavy-duty clasp hooks, which we connected to a shorter part of the chain, and then affixed to the ceiling hook. This took care of the problem perfectly, but if it wasn't for this rigging, I would definitely be bonking my head on this all the time!