Add extra storage to your cooking area with this standing kitchen pantry. Crafted from sturdy pine with a natural finish, the cabinet is built with multiple shelves to store spices and small items, allowing reduced clutter and increased accessibility....more
I love Overstock, but I hate this cabnet. The instructions were generic, screws were missing, the wood split in places, and the "white wash" paint job was sloppy. My husband put it together in only 4 short hours. Do Not buy this item unless you need a place to store your matchbox cars. The shelf height is short, which I knew. What I didn't know was that you can not remove any of the shelves to make more room. Stock up on bandaids for all the nicks and cuts you'll get. I wanted to return it but the hubby is bound and determined to use it for something after all his hard work.
Utility pantry appeared much larger online. I was disappointed when I received it as to how small it was. I was planning to store all of my canned goods in it but can only use it to store my seasonings!
Don't do it. I know this cabinet looks cute, and it seems like a good price for real wood. And maybe like me you are very experienced with assembling furniture, that's why I ignored the negative comments. Unfortunately the negative comments are absolutely accurate, and I am furious about the time I am having to put into this piece to make it workable. It's wood, all right, but it is many pieces of laminated wood with many, many obvious "finger joints", plus a lot of black blotching. The holes are too big for the dowels, and I used most of an 8-ounce bottle of glue to help stabilize this thing (glue not included). The cams (no extra) are pot metal and will crack if much force applied. There are an enormous number of pieces, which would be OK if you ended up with a solid product. But because there is only a cardboard back board, the sides are a bit wobbly even after I used metal braces top and bottom, so now I am going to have to get some plywood and screws and replace the cardboard back. I've spent hours painting this already to cover up the obvious joints and ugly wood. When I am finally done I will have a nice spice cabinet which is what I wanted this for, but something I bought to make life easier has been more hellish to deal with than the dressers I have built. Worst Overstock purchase I have ever made. Sad to say I have MDF pieces better engineered and designed than this.
How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Honey color was comparable to image
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Poor quality wood and cam locks, lack of sturdy back leaves cabinet wobbly, many pieces
How accurate was the on site description of the product? Measurements were exact as listed.
Door shelves are functional,, but pantry is extremely small and short. Can only fit 3 soup cans on one shelf door. Pantry is also extremely difficult to put together with a lot of small parts, and the diagrams in the instructions are not very descriptive on top/bottom.
I purchased this pantry - first, I received the wrong color; I ordered the Oak, and received the color Sage. Assembling, its not really hard, but it takes a lot of guess work, the instructions are not that clear. The worst part, the storage space is really small, it was designed to store away cans and small bottles, nothing else. If you need a good food pantry with a lot of space to store food items, this is not it. There is not much you can put in it.I ddn't return it because I figured its not worth it, I would have to spend more money for shipping it back.
This product took about 2 hours to put to together and it is cheap and flimsy. I had all the parts and they were labeled, otherwise, I would never have been able to put this kit together. The instruction kit was only pictures, and extremely poorly written. This product was made in China and cheap. I would not recommend this to anyone.
I purchased this for my son, however, it cannot be assembled. Panels and holes for connecting them do not line up. It would take hours to try to re-drill holes in the proper places to attempt to assemble this product. My son has crafted cages, and chicken coops and other things from his own designs so it's not for lack of ability to assemble this item, it is badly manufactured or wrong products were in the box. A replacement product is being sent out. Hopefully, it will be possible to assemble on complete unit between the two that are sent out. It is a large piece and is taking up a lot of space where it was being assembled. So far, I'm not too happy with this item, but if the new unit can be assembled. I will change my review.
Product looks wonderful but upon receiving it discovered half the hardware was missing. Overstock worked with me and it took almost two weeks, I think, to get the parts. Assembling directions are ridiculous. No writing, just pictures. Leaves a lot of guess work. Pieces all marked wrong per picture sheets, very slipshod work on wood. Some pieces required sanding to smooth out and then after working continuously for over a week when it was almost together, discovered that I don't have four camlocks to fit four holes to attach the top to the cabinet. I have looked everywhere and cannot find them. I am at a loss and don't know how to finish assembling this cabinet. Very, very disappointed. I have always been very pleased with my Overstock purchases, but this one takes the cake for disappointment.
This cabinet has a lot going for it. It is a great size and design for spices and baking ingredients. It also can be really attractive and super-sturdy. Everything you need to have a wonderful little cabinet is there - - except a feasible assembly plan. If you are even the least bit confused when assembling things, you may want to skip this purchase. BUT, if you are somewhat creative and have an adventurous spirit, you could end up with a wonderful piece of furniture, as I did. A few tips: Don't bother with the metal "screws" or whatever they are called. They work well in several places but are a source of frustration in most place, and completely unnecessary. You have solid wood pieces and wooden pegs. This is a time-tested method for building furniture. Get a big tube of really good adhesive (I used that loc tight super grippy construction adhesive that you use in a caulk gun.). Look at the pictures. You can see what the thing should look like. It's obvious which piece is which. Just connect everything with pegs that you glue in as you go. It will be super sturdy this way. Prior to putting the doors on the hinges, I stood on each door - with the little door shelves holding my weight. Not a creak or crack. There will be no problem holding whatever I can fit on the shelves! I used the remaining glue in the caulk gun to "caulk" all the seems. It could not be any more solid! Finally, I used a satin white spray paint to create a beautiful finish. The finish that comes on the wood is awful. I also purchased a decorative clasp to keep the doors closed, as I wasn't thrilled with the idea of the magnets. So I do have a great cabinet, but I did have to buy adhesive, quite a few cans of spray paint, and hardware. I also put in quite a few hours making this project work. So, I can't in good conscience recommend this to the average consumer. But being willing to go the extra mile (or ten miles) gave me a very attractive, useful piece of furniture.
First of all I thinik this product is way too small and doesn't hold much like a pantry should. It was all scratched up when we received it & took about 2 hours to assemble. When we finally assembled it, we noticed that the pantry rocks when you touch it (doesn't sit flat). I am definitely returining this product.
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