I read some of the reviews and decided to purchase. It only took me 2 hrs to assemble and I did not need a second person to assist me as it had listed. It did not come with the one large shelf that I found out you had to purchase separately.
There aren't many options in this size of wardrobe that don't cost three times as much, so these fill a unique market niche. I ordered 2 of the 3-door wardrobes and one of the 2-door. They match pretty well. I got Mahogany as a 2nd choice, since the Honey Pine wasn't available in all matching pieces, and I'm still very pleased. I actually like the dark stain better, but it doesn't match what we already have as well, and we would have preferred to lighten the smaller room. The routed door panels had recessed edges where the finish didn't reach. A wood stain pen touched that up well enough, but is it really so hard to finish out a nice wooden piece properly? The pieces went together well; it helps to drill pilot holes in the doors for the plastic parts so you don't split the wood. If you NEED these, you need them, so I wouldn't wait to add additional "modules", (especially if it's Honey Pine) in case they run out of the finish you need. These are nice solid wood pieces, so one could conceivably refinish these and still be money and/or time-ahead compared to building from scratch.
Overall I'm happy with this armoire. I was able to put it together by myself but it did take about four hours. I was able to hand-screw most of the screws but had to pull out the drill for some of them. The drawers lined up well and run smoothly. There are metal plates that are supposed to go at the top and bottom of the left side door which keep the door stable for when the lock is engaged. Those plates didn't line up properly. It's not an issue for me as I have no intention of locking the cabinet so I didn't install them.
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