Recieved this fast. Bought it to go in a bathroom. My husband put it together no problem, but while he was putting it together he asked how much it cost and I told him. He was floored and said he wouldn't have paid $20 for it. I walked past it, lightly bumping it and it almost fell over. The appearance is nice, but now I'm worried how long it will last before it'll break or fall apart. The baskets are more reddish brown and nice, but too much handling they will fall apart easliy. This would be nice if it were hardly ever used.
This product has clean lines and looks very up-to-date. Putting this piece together was a snap as the parts fit together easily and intuitively. I used this to store laundry products. paper and plastic bags, and cosmetics and it works very well. Best of all, my husband had occasion to get something from one of the drawers and commented that the storage looks great and the drawers open easily. He loves it too.
I just moved into my first apartment and needed somehting to keep all my 'junk' in my bedroom organized. This certainly does the drink. Took my boyfriend about 1/2 hr or less to construct alone, and it LOOKS great! the only problem I have with it is that you cannot keep too heavy of items in the baskets because they fall forward when u pull them out. otherwise, this is exactly what i wanted, and was looking for, for a great price!
You can't see from the picture how nice the solid wood top is. The baskets are durable. It seems to be steady when it's against the wall. It is a little difficult to put together, so it's easier with two people. I bought three and am very happy with them.
I'm always looking for storage in a small house and trying to make use of vertical space. This is just what I was looking for - small enough to fit in a small space with lots of storage and looks good too. Definitely worth the money, and quite easy to put together. I give it 5 stars because of value for the $$.
I was generally pleased with the storage unit. I needed something small enough to fit in a small area of my kitchen yet provide adequate space for storage.It meets those needs. It is a little wobbly so I wouldn't want to store aything too heavy in it for fear it may fall. It works well for the lighter weight items such as dish towels,table linens, utensils,ect. It only took about 45 minutes for my husband & me to assemble. It was ordered on a Saturday and arrived on Thursday - undamaged. I would recommend this product - it is a good value for the money.
This item actually surprised me with its quality. I bought it to supplement drawer storage in my home office and was limited on space. I wasn't around when it was assembled--my father-in-law put it together for me while I was at work one day and he commented that it is well made and is sturdy. It's a nice looking piece and would work nicely in a bath area or in the kitchen as well.
I bought this piece for my newly remodeled bathroom, knowing it would be a little tall but needed something while I look for the right size piece that meets my needs. It is wonderful!! It was a little tricky to put together but simple and fun. I cut up one of those hall runners with the rubber backing for drawer liners since the drawers have a woven wicker bottom. I also cut a piece for the solid wood top shelf, beccause we keep a 12-cup coffee maker in the bathroom with hot water for hand washing and shaving. This saves us about $10 a month on our electric bill. I left the two largest drawers out because the litter box has to go there, and carefully put them away unassembled for later along with their liners and hardware. The drawers are just baskets which come out and there is nothing to keep them in place. I can take a drawer out and take it to wherever I'm going to use the contents. This unit isn't at all rickety. It's well-designed and attractive. I have had quite a few nice comments on it.
Relatively easy to put together, probably took about 20 minutes. The baskets fold flat, which was surprising. Looks good and is fully functional, but the quality of the materials does not justify the price, not even close. I did a lot of searching trying to find storage space that was also decent looking. This does the job but I still can't believe the cost.
I got this to replace a tall lingerie chest that I has been using in my kitchen as a phone stand, and for extra storage. This works absolutely perfect!! It is the perfect height to put a phone and a decorative vase on, and the basketss are wonderful for providing extra storage for kitchen towels, cook books, mail, votive candles (I buy them in bulk, and storing them in the wicker basket allows the smell to come through). I didn't find this piece to be difficult to assemble, but I was using my drill in place of a manual screw driver. My hands still got tired, but it wasn't difficult and everything went together easily. The wicker is a very pretty darker almost reddish-brown shade, which goes very well with the Maple finish on my kitchen counters. The top is very sturdy, and the metal pieces appear to be welded well so they wont come apart with normal use. I bought several other metal and wicker pieces at the same time, and all were wonderful, and look very nice with just about any decor.
This is a beautiful unit! It fits with almost every decor. I have it in my bathroom and use it for storing wash cloths and hand towels. A little disapointed that my bath towels were too large for the bottom drawers. Easy to assemble, although instructions were not clear. Could also be used for bedroom or closet storage.
Two of these units fitted perfectly in my bathroom where I needed storage. I knew I would like them because I have two of six-drawer units else where in my home. They came well packaged and in very good condition. Both the stand and the baskets have to be assembled. Wicker on one or two of the baskets had to pushed aside to complete the process as the wicker covered the place where the bolts have to be installed. Other than that, the baskets are quite simple to put together. The directions are fairly easy to follow and I was able to assemble the entire unit myself without any help in a short time. The only tools needed are an Allen wrench, which is included, and a Philips screwdriver. The top of the unit is a solid piece of wood, which should be screwed to the frame. I was not able to do this, as the preformed drill holes do not match the holes on the frame. So far the wooden shelves are sitting on the top and seem quite secure without being fastened. They make a nice place for various bottles, jars, etc that seem too heavy to put in the wicker baskets. The baskets are great for small linens, cosmetics, medicine bottles and odds and ends. Having two units gives me 12 drawers plus 2 shelves in a very tiny space. As a bonus it looks great!
I usually buy things at secondhand stores, but needed to have something delivered ahead of me when I moved out of state. This not only cute and matches my new bed, it fits in half of a space I had so I'm going to order another one. Couldn't find a dresser the right size for less money, let alone having to wait to find one. Fortunately I met a neighbor guy who could put this together for me. It might have been him, but the allen wrench he was using (did it come with this unit? or with the bed??) ended up stripping the bolts. I guess it won't come apart and back together again so I better not move ever again <G> The bolts should be stronger. I don't think he was able to tighten them all the way. However, it's sturdy enough. Do be careful opening the drawers as there's nothing to keep them from falling out. I'm not putting anything heavy in them but hey, they're only baskets after all.