The table looks as pictured. The wood and finish are nice and there's almost no assembly. But it has s serious design flaw: It comes with three short legs about 2" high that screw in to the base. The screw-in supports for these are not even spaced around the base equally at 120 degrees. The result is that when these legs are screwed in, this table will tip over with even a small imbalance of weight on (or inside) it. It is somewhat dangerous, and certainly not something you'd ever want to place anything valuable or breakable on. You have two choices -- other than sending it back: 1) Toss the legs and just put the circular base directly on the floor (my solution). This actually worked well for the height of my recliner next to it. Or 2) Try moving one of the screw blocks on the base to better space it around. I don't know if that would work very well: this thing really needs a 4th leg. I'd just avoid it.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Giid
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Fit and finish are OK
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Description is accurate