We got this cabinet to place in our dining room and to store nice dishes, servingware, etc. For the price, this is a fantastic product, very sturdy, yet lightweight. You can't stack really heavy things on the top shelf but that's ok. Some reviews said it was difficult to assemble and they had to re-drill holes. We did not have this issue. If your holes don't line up, most likely it's not right. (There is a white version of this with better reviews to read) We had a piece backwards at first and that was the issue. There are lots of screws so that takes some time, but overall it was pretty easy. We attached fabric to the insides of the doors so that our items weren't visible and it looks like it cost 5x what we paid for it..
This is beautiful to look at and holds alot off things. I stacked mine three high, nothing heavy though. It is impossible to close contents off from dust, or view from the sides. The sides are open, with no acrylic. There isnt even enough room to cut a piece because of how the shelf fits in. This disappointed me, but its still a keeper.
Very nice looking. Serves the purpose I needed for china storage space for a small dining room. Carefully consider the measurements, the buffet is small. I stacked three of them and they look very good! Doors slide very easily for access.
"Review the dimensions carefully. I like this product overall but it is smaller than I expected. The middle shelf is also weaker than expected. I use it in a break room in an office so it serves its purpose but it isn't as elegant looking as it looks. The price fits - other similar items are more expenses (and are probably higher quality). "
The picture lead me to believe this was an adult sized buffet when it's actually half the size of regular furniture. They're stackable so I bought a second. Putting this together was not fun. Lots of swearing and confusion. Hardware was cheap (screws didn't fit, bolt screws were stripped) and missing parts. I ended up buying my own hardware and finishing with gorilla glue. Once put together, I slid the doors to test (the doors were the HARDEST part because they wouldn't lock into place to get them on the track) and the metal ovals that hold the glass in place dug into the shelf, scratching the, you know, out of it! The shelf can't be in the middle because it's too close to the doors. Ugh. I adjusted the prongs and flipped the shelf over. I suppose you get what you pay for but I expected better for over *** dollars.