Venture Horizon - Kitchen Furniture
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Sat Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2014megginr22 Rating:2.0
The cart is pretty good but the casters do not slide. They are usless. Need different casters. My old island casters worked and it was smaller island same style.I need this island to roll around instead of marking my floors up.
Thu Oct 03 00:00:00 MDT 2013texasvet Rating:4.0
Easy assembly and great design. Handles are very disappointing cheap plastic. Design and instructions good.
Wed Oct 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013patricktigh Rating:5.0
I am using this Butcher Block Bin as an island in my kitchen. It's working very well. After getting this, I realized it could have been a little bigger. I really like the trash bin option. Over all I am very satisfied with what I purchased. I have bought other items from overstock also. So far I am satisfied with the products I have purchased.
Mon Dec 16 00:00:00 MST 2013customer121212 Rating:4.0
I bought this bin block for my dog food dispenser storage and water station I am using it for something other then a butcher block. The bin is holding the food and a water cooler for fresh water on the block for easy fresh water. I can leave it in kitchen and can't even tell it is a dog food container.Much better looking dog food container then the ones out there!!
Tue Nov 26 00:00:00 MST 2013chrisleespin Rating:5.0
We were looking for something that would match our new *** kitchen equipped with wood countertop and white cabinets and this fits the bill perfectly! It's very attractive and we've gotten many compliments on it. Assembly was a challenge as the instructions were inverted so keep that in mind because some parts don't allow for disassembly. Overall, we'd highly recommend it.
Wed May 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013nyuorican Rating:4.0
instructions were not the best on how to assemble. but did figure it out.. pay attention as you are assembling.. make sure to use the glue.. glue seems pretty good. make sure to place glue on parts that require it. no recovering once you forget.
Tue Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013taraleigh01 Rating:1.0
There was a lot of assembly for such an expensive product. The directions did not list all of the tools I would need to complete assembly as well. Some of the pieces were mislabeled in the directions, luckily I was smart enough to figure it out. The laminate cracked in half when I tried to put the screws in. The screws did not screw into the wood with a screwdriver, a power drill was needed but I don't have one. This was a waste of money and it is still sitting in my kitchen only half assembled and broken. I wish I could get my money back but I disposed of the packaging material as soon as I opened it.
Tue Jul 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014lwoo1 Rating:1.0
This item is extremely cheap. I was very careful to put it together, but it doesn't fit well and the wood is cheap. The swinging door stays open slightly because theres no weight to the wood. The top wood part had some dents in it. It also didn't come with all the screws. I had to run to the store.
Wed Jun 05 00:00:00 MDT 2013jbatchelder Rating:2.0
This butcher block bin is exactly what I wanted for my kitchen. Unfortunately, it was a pain to assemble (and I work in construction!), and the materials that the legs are made of are cheap particle board or compressed cardboard/wood product, and it splits easily. I wheeled it over a small carpet transition lip in my house, and the two trailing wheels fell off before I even felt any resistance. I was specifically concentrating on being careful of the wheels, because I know the materials were weak, and I broke the wheels completely off immediately. Normally when you're wheeling something like this, you slowly approach the lip of the carpet or door threshold, feel it make contact with the transition, and then you gently pull to let it come up and over the transition. In this case, the wheels just pulled apart the fibrous wood/cardboard product and split the white paint up a few inches. I'm just going to glue wood to the bottom in place of the wheels.
Tue Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013are4664 Rating:1.0
The cabinet is a perfect fit in both size and function so I was excited to receive it. The quality is that of particle board and melamine so no heirloom piece of furniture but I did not expect that for the price. The top is a little rough and will take some work sanding and sealing to make it useful for more than just setting things on. The problem is that one of the critical pieces, the divider panel between the bin side and the shelf side of the unit is defective. The piece that came with the box had both sets of holes drilled on the same side instead of the bin holes on the bin side and the shelf holes on the shelf side. I asked Overstock for a replacement and after several days they sent replacement panel. Unfortunately, that was also wrong, they did not make sure it would work before shipping it and I expressly asked them to do so. This time the holes were drilled on the wrong sides and due to the orientation of the assembly, you can't just flip it around, I tried. So back to Overstock I go. I now have a choice to return it, to try getting a replacement again or accepting the unit as is. The assembly requires gluing so there is no good way to disassemble and get it to fit back into the box it came in. Overstock can't seem to find a good, working replacement and so far they are only willing to offer a partial discount. So, it is now almost a month after my order and I am still in limbo. This has taught me that as long as the items are in good working order, all is fine. If they are easily returnable, all is fine. But if you fall into the any "Houston, we have a problem" category be prepared to wait a long time for a resolution.