It matches my bed perfectly . I was looking for a nightstand to match an existing bed i own. this was perfect. I was pleased with how similar it looked that i bought the dresser as well.
To be honest, I bought the nightstand first to go in a guest bedroom and was highly impressed with how well packaged it came shipped as well as with the quality of the furniture for the price, and the fact that I was actually getting something made of pine versus rubberwood (sometimes called parawood). I owned a dining set made of rubberwood and swore I'd never buy anything again made from old rubber trees that no longer produce rubber sap. (My chair rungs started breaking.) This dresser arrived today and weighed 238 lbs. It is sturdy and heavy! Again, it was extremely well packaged with absolutely no damage at all. You do have to attach the bottom feet and a middle support foot to the underside of the bottom. (You will need an extra set of hands to help turn the dresser over.) All four corners underneath are braced with a heavy-duty metal bracket. The feet were very easy to attach. All drawer parts are completely made of wood with the exception of side metal drawer glides. The top two drawers of the dresser are lined in felt. The color of the dresser is not a stark white, but rather a creamy white. I love the 2 side cabinet spaces; they'll be great for stacking pairs of folded jeans or other bulky items. No, this is not top-of-the-line furniture, but it will definitely hold up for a LONG time and is well worth the price Overstock offers it for. Shipping was very fast, too.
This dresser arrived quickly and in perfect condition. The stain and finish are beautiful, and it was easy to assemble. Can't beat the quality for the price!
I ordered both the chest and the dresser in cherry mahogany. I had to wait a while for someone to help me put them together because the wood for frame is solid and heavy - a plus! We put the dresser together first. The frame and the front of the drawers all look very good and made sturdily (there was one scratch on a drawer front, but not horrible). The drawer interiors are terrible. The front of the drawer is made of wood. The interior sides are soft composite and the bottom of drawer is basically a thin piece of cardboard. Every time I open a drawer the front falls off because the composite wood and the pegs aren't holding the wooden front of the drawer in place. Also on the very bottom of the front of the dresser is a long front piece which needs to be sanded on one side because it doesn't fit exactly. This makes the bottom drawer fall of the gliders because the bottom of the dresser frame is off by a quarter inch or so. I'm really disappointed with these issues mainly because it would be such a great dresser otherwise. I would have given it 4-5 stars except for the drawers. So I have to go to the hardware store, buy nails to keep the pegs in place on the drawers and pine replacements for the interior of the drawers. It's a lot of unnecessary work. And finally, the instructions could better. I haven't put the bureau together yet, until I'm sure the fixes for the dresser will work - I may need to do same for bureau. If they don't work.... My suggestion to South Shore - make the drawers pieces out of pine. It will be a perfectly good dresser with fewer issues.
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