I bought this table for use as a bedside table in my daughters' bedroom. It's a good height next to her bed. The quality is good and solid, however the grain pattern of the table top looks rather cheap and fake to me. Overall this seems like a durable piece that suits the simple style I was looking for.
We got two of these little tables to use as bedside tables in our guest bedroom. They don't sit on the floor absolutely level but are pretty close. The top appears to be laminate and the color itself is a little darker than that of the legs.
My furnishings are mid-century modern, and the design of this table fits the bill. It was easy to put together, and is sturdy enough for its size. However, the zebra-looking veneer on its top, and the finish on the legs look cheap. I ended up throwing a small tablecloth over it.
Assembly was not difficult, albeit a bit time consuming. Once put together, it looks really look and much nicer than I expected. Unfortunately, the leg broke off after a child handled it roughly and the particle board that holds the table base to the legs became non-functional. A second leg broke when my dog jumped down on the table when it was leaning against the wall. I would only recommend to people whose homes are free of young children or frisky pets.
It's just ok. The veneer is a little too fake looking...and the grain on top is distinctly different from the legs...very noticeable. Also, the leg diameter is disproportionate to the table. It was so cheap, I can paint it later. For now, lots of books stacked on it to dull down the table top grain.
Looks great - nice wood. However the holes on the table top do not line up with the holes on the base. My table top is still balancing (but pretty sturdily) on the base, as I'm terrified that if I drill holes I will go straight through the table!