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Fri Apr 15 00:00:00 MDT 2016lulaguts Rating:4.0
I really like these. I have six in my office for storage. The only thing I was a little disappointed about what the color. They are definitely more yellow that white. It was not worth the cost to return them. They work pretty decent.
Sat Jan 25 00:00:00 MST 2014cgcg99 Rating:5.0
I purchased two of these unit and stacked together. Assemble yeas a little tricky for me. I will be purchasing several more of these units as I love them. The colour I found leans more towards a very light buttery yellow tone.
Mon Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2016Rick H. Rating:5.0
Impressed with just how well built this cart is. So much furniture these days is built with cheap flimsy materials and this thing is darn solid. Surface finish could be just a little better and we lost one of the shelf pegs in a move because of loose fit, however these little imperfections do not drop my rating from 5 stars simply because for the price this piece of furniture is very well made. Plan on spending at least 1 hour putting together.
Thu Jun 23 00:00:00 MDT 2011bob0987654321 Rating:4.0
It's true that the white shelf slats are precariously stapled onto the underlying white wood grid. Forewarned by other reviewers, I handled the shelves very gingerly while unpacking them. Even so, had to use Goop on just one slat. In position, i.e. in use, the chintzy stapling is not a problem. Note that the upper and lower shelves are not interchangeable. The hardwood top and base have 4 dowel holes pre-drilled. Only 2 dowels are supplied, as indicated in the Parts List. So what, do they profit an extra 9 cents from each unit as a result? Seems also chintzy. The most challenging assembly problem was that the 4 metal tabs that screw into the underside of the hardwood top were not formed at anywhere near a sufficient angle to allow just rotating them into the linear grooves in the left and right sides of the cabinet. Just rotating them would have left them about an inch below the grooves. Those tabs are all that hold the top onto the cabinet, with the two dowels only aligning the top to the base (unless you were to glue them). The tabs are very difficult to bend. The solution I applied was to screw the 4 metal tabs firmly onto the underside of the inverted top, and then use the claw of a hammer to bend them up sufficiently to match the level of the grooves. This was done gingerly, in about 4 partial bends each, setting the top on the base each time to check progress, and then takling it off to bend the tabs further. While the angles are now not ideal, the top is quite snug, and the only time a potential problem could ensue woulf be if sharply lifting the whole unit by the top edges. But because of my outstanding artistry in the bending, even this is unlikely. Further, the particular drawing for that assembly step was almost useless, with the relative sizes and locations of those two interlocking parts rendered completely inaccurately, except for the 90-degree angle involved. The second most challenging problem was tapping some of the metal pins into a few slightly undersized holes (Other holes were fine --just snug enough). Even hammering the pins through a block of wood, the lower right rear cabinet wood splintered apart. Clear Household Goop (not the yellow "Plumbers Goop"), two clamps, overnight dry--and I won't tell any of the females around here if you don't. Beyond that, I will say that all the predrilled holes were in excellent alignment. Note that the handle on the right side adds length to the advertised dimension. In the tight corner next to my stove, I had to just leave it off. Trying to think of something else to do with the beautifully-finished handle offers hours of contemplative fun, particularly if you keep it near the toilet. The answer so far: Nothing. The height of the unit is at least an inch and a half lower that the standard stovetop next to it. No big deal, but I did subsequently acquire a 30-inch wide, 1 and 1/2 inch-thick heavy hardwood top to set atop the unit, to make it more nearly contiguous with the level of the stovetop. *** or so, thus made the whole purchase significantly more $$$. But I like the look--more of an actual butcher block, and two inches deeper than the top of the original piece. Looks great, and doesn't detract from ease of opening the drawer. You actually cannot see the original top, without bending way down. I left out the upper shelf, and set a white plastic "tall kitchen bag" trash receptacle on the lower shelf. When in use, the receptacle may be pulled out and set against the unit's door, snugged to the stove. It barely sticks out past the front of the stove, if at all. (My unit is to the right of the stove.) There is still room on the shelf for a couple of large cutting boards set on end. If you found this review useful, please send a large amount of money to Bob, P.O. Box ***, **** NY ****.
Thu Mar 24 00:00:00 MDT 2011kwood23 Rating:3.0
I needed this for storage in my laundry room. The cabinet is only about a foot deep, so it fit in my small space. Wish it was taller. It is not super sturdy, but does the job (holding cleaning supplies). Antique white is more yellowed than i thought it would be. over all I am pretty happy. If you are looking for a solid piece of furniture, this is not it.
Wed Mar 23 00:00:00 MDT 2011heidlamx Rating:4.0
Overall, I'm pleased with this purchase, though it doesn't deserve 5 stars. The cabinet comes in a long box, wasn't too difficult to assemble. The parts were well marked. It did take a while to assemble, but I assembled it, by myself, in under 2 hours with a basic screwdriver. Positives: the cabinet (other than the back) is made of nice pine wood. The honey finish is a nice deep color. The shelves are adjustable and sturdy. The construction uses dowels, but also metal inserts that turn around screws to secure the joints - resulting in a sturdy cabinet. I did add some carpenters' glue to each of the dowels to enhance sturdiness. Negatives: the back is just a cardboard-like-substance hooked together on the back with strapping tape (not attractive or sturdy), but it works and has a nice pattern - so looking into the cabinet, it doesn't look as cheap as it is. Also, there were some places where the wood was dinged and then filled in with yellow wood putty and sanded smooth - but the color of the putty doesn' t match the stain, so the filled in spots are quite obvious (and some of these places were on the outside front of the cabinet). Overall - it holds more than you think it would, it is sturdy on carpet, it looks nice and IS NOT presswood - it is real wood (except for the back). I'm glad we purchased it. It is perfect in our kitchen.
Wed Jul 08 00:00:00 MDT 2015bratzygal Rating:5.0
I love this cart! Not only is it beautiful, it is very functional. It was just what I was looking for to put my convection toaster oven on. It also has plenty of storage room for other items. My husband had it put together and ready for me to use in no time.
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