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Home Style 5180-10 Arts and Crafts Entertainment Credenza, Cottage Oak Finish

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Oak - 60 inches
  • Arts and crafts entertainment credenza
  • Made of solid hardwood and engineered wood
  • Accommodates 60-inch flat screen tv's and at 36-inch high is the perfect viewing height
  • Comes with cottage oak finish with black, triangular, pull-ring hardware
  • Measures 60-inch width by 20-inch depth by 36-inch height
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Product Details

Size: Oak - 60 inches
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 60 x 36 inches ; 190 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 95 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Thailand
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002KHM61W
  • Item model number: 5180-10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #150,882 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Size: Oak - 60 inches

The arts and crafts entertainment credenza is made of hardwood solids with hardwood veneers. Comes with cottage oak finish. Accommodates 60-inch flat screen TV's and at 36-inch high is the perfect viewing height. Distinctive arts and crafts styling features clean, simple lines and comfortable, functional design. Wood doors on each side have mission style wood overlays with matte black hardware. Open storage compartment in center to hold your electronic components. Two glass door cabinet also features Mission style wood overlays and black matte hardware with adjustable shelf and wire management openings. Easy to assemble. Measures 60-inch width by 20-inch depth by 36-inch height.

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By David Borges on April 19, 2011
Size Name: Oak - 60 inches
So after searching all over for the right product, I landed on this item. It is one of the few that could fit my center channel speaker. I also like the fact that it had additional storage on the sides. The problem however is that you have to trust the shipping guy not to drop these 2 heavy packages. Mine came with a piece broken off. Luckilly, I have tools and wood glue and was able to straighten the staples, re-glue and clamp the piece back on and it is good as new.

And the most important thing you should know is this. The opening is not 34" wide as it is listed. It is 33 and 3/4" wide. Whats the big deal you ask? Well if you plan on putting your stereo components side by side, they will not fit if they are 17" wide, which is the common width of many stereo components. So now I am stuck trying to figure out how to get my components to fit. But if you dont have a bunch of stereo equipment like me, then I would recommend this item.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Thomas on July 10, 2011
Size Name: Oak - 60 inches Verified Purchase
This is a great credenza. The wood is solid. It is very attractive. But the color they show on the web site does not match with what you get. They show a honey oak what they deliver is much darker almost like a cherry.

It is kind of complicated to put together in that there are a lot of pieces that need to fit together without being fastened. But at the same time you only need a screw driver (your own) and an allen wrench that they provide.

The only issue I have is that the top is not fastened on in a sturdy manner. So you have to be very careful when you move it.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Stone on June 2, 2012
Size Name: Oak - 60 inches Verified Purchase
I'm always terified when I order something like this. It seems that the cardboard boxes are made from paper that has been recycled three or four times already. I suggest removing the pieces outside and cleaning them off before you bring them into the house. The styrofoam gets everywhere!

This piece is finished in cherry, not a light oak as the description says. I was happy with the error since I wanted cherry. The top of the piece is made from several smaller pieces in butcherblock style. The pieces are joined lengthwise by veritical finger joints. (Put your fingers together... you get the idea.) There is technology to do finger joints horizontally. Why this is done this way sort of makes me mad. However, it is only noticeable when you are looking directly down on the top. There were also two areas inside the cabinet that have damaged veneers. These can't be seen but for that and the finger joints on the top, I'm dinging a star. The stain used hides this from casual observation. With the television set up on the unit, I'm not sure that I'll ever really notice. The rails and stiles are also solid wood. All vertical piecies and the shelves are MDF with veneers. MDF is fine. The veneers are done quite nicely. The back, unlike so many pieces of furniture today, is also finished very nicely. For those looking for a cabinet to separate a room, this is not a bad choice.

Much of the assembly had been done in advance. The knock down hardware makes it a fairly quick process to assemble. You'll spend much more time taking it out of the boxes and setting up your gear than putting it together. The instructions don't show how to use the knockdown hardware. Take a look at the two types before you start assembly. They are pretty intuitive.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian Egras on December 2, 2013
Size Name: Oak - 60 inches Verified Purchase
PRO: The product is solid hard wood everywhere with decent veneer. No MDF anywhere.

CONS: The way this is all held together is the most flimsy engineering I have ever seen - and I have put together a passel of this type of furniture over the years. The hardware used to secure joints is garbage. Cam screws kept popping out of the locks. The cam screws fasten into cheap plastic sheaths that are easily misthreaded. - and the cam screws are a good part! Most of unit is "fastened" with just unglued dowels that just kind of float there in hopes that some faraway bolt is eventually going to pull it all together at some point, but that never really happens. I had gaps at the end of assembly. There are also a lot of panels just floating in grooves. Being a woodworker myself, I understand this since wood moves with moisture levels and you have to allow for this, but there are so many moving parts that keeping it all secure until the bolts finally arrive is a huge challenge. I wasn't able to use clamps to help the process either. You DEFINITELY need at least 2 people to assemble the unit. I would recommend 3.

Overall, it's a just an engineering blunder. For example, during the 2nd step, you are told to join a heavy side panel to a 4-foot rail at a right angle. The diagram shows the rail laying on the work surface while the heavy panel is perpendicular. You then are supposed to join them with 1 cam screw and an unglued dowel. This joint is so poor that if you ever let go of the panel, it will rip the wood right out. Mind you, the directions have you maintain that flimsy joint while you do about 5 other steps until you finally "secure" it with another flimsy joint (hoping they both reinforce each other just enough, but they don't). Then there's the center shelving area...
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