Coaster Home Furnishings 950136 Contemporary Console Table, Cappuccino

November 27, 2015 - Comment

Accent your entry way or open living space with this charming entry table. Contemporary in design, it features an angled base that adds a unique look with its presence. The table is finished in a rich cappuccino and includes plentiful storage space with lower shelving. Perfect for displaying home accents, decorations, and keepsakes. Product Features

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Accent your entry way or open living space with this charming entry table. Contemporary in design, it features an angled base that adds a unique look with its presence. The table is finished in a rich cappuccino and includes plentiful storage space with lower shelving. Perfect for displaying home accents, decorations, and keepsakes.

Product Features

  • Contemporary in design, it features an angled base that adds a unique look with its presence
  • Accent your entry way or open living space with this charming entry table
  • The table is finished in a rich cappuccino and includes plentiful storage space with lower shelving
  • This item is eligible for free replacement parts. Contact Amazon Customer Service for more information.

Comments

Smilin Sam says:

Less than I expected Looking at the photo, and having read the reviews, I expected a really top flight table. What I got was an average to slightly above average table that was a pain in the butt to put together. I’ve done more than my share of putting together flat box furniture, staring with a Scan bed and stereo cabinet, and ending with more items from Ikea than I can even remember. And none of them were as challenging as this one, particularly when it came to attaching the bottom section to the two long angled legs. One of the two legs that needed more than just a long screw would not line up properly, and I had to take the whole bottom section off, after I’d already glued the dowel. And the last part that required squeezing your fingers into a small-ish hole to attach a nut to a bolt, then tightening said nut 1/4″ at a time with the supplied wrench, was just ridiculous.And the two stick on coverings that they provided to hide two holes were really pretty lame, compared to something that…

BSis2 says:

Looks great! 0

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