|Item Weight||14 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 20 x 22 inches|
|Item model number||STX1- BL/BL/DBR|
|Assembled Height||22 inches|
|Assembled Width||20 inches|
|Assembled Depth||18 inches|
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Furniture Pipeline Rustic Side End Table-Bedroom Night Stand, Metal with Reclaimed Aged Wood Finish, Black Steel Pipes and Fittings with Dark Brown Stained Wood
- The top and lower shelf are made of sustainable solid wood with a reclaimed wood finish
- Our furniture has a distressed, reclaimed and aged finish
- These finishes can vary in texture and coloration from the color presented on swatches available above
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This versatile pipe side table melds nicely in style and purpose with a rustic urban or industrial vintage living room and bedroom. It features beautifully crafted components made of recyclable aluminum and sustainable solid wood with a reclaimed wood finish.
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I thought I'd continue with assembly and see if I could make this work. Removed more pieces from the box and found the included allen keys and set screws for the table top floating loosely inside the box. Not impressed with that. Still I pressed on. Next, per the instructions was to attach the bottom shelf to the legs. These are attached via little set screws which were pre-installed. Except for one. Checked the box again and nope, totally missing. Then I tried to use one of the screws which were intended for the table top, thinking I could maybe still make this work. Turns out that the threads were all screwed up and I couldn't even get any of the screws started (tried more than one just in case). Oh and even if I could get a screw started, I'd still be short one. Presumably, the person at the factory couldn't get it started either so they just thought screw it and left it out. Stubbornly, I still pressed on...
I tried to perform the last step of attaching the (broken in half) table top pieces to the rest of the assembly. One of the legs didn't seem to be fitting right in the metal piece on the underside of the table top and while wiggling things a bit (gently!), one end of one of the slats of the lower shelf fell out. Oh, just loose I thought. Looked a little closer and nope! While I had barely touched this thing and didn't put any direct pressure on the slat itself, the lag bolt that was supposed to hold it pulled right out of the "wood". Yea, I don't know what this stuff is but it must be ultra cheap considering the thick table top busted in half during transit and the lag bolt pulling right out as I barely touched it. Can't just screw it back in either (or I would have done that). The lag bolt actually pulled some of the wood-like mystery substance out with it leaving nothing for the threads to bite into.
That was all I could take. Really, I tried to make this work. I tossed all these pieces of cheap junk back in the box and will promptly return it for a refund. Will never buy from this crummy manufacturer again and I strongly suggest that you don't either. It wasn't all that inexpensive either. I have purchased my share of flat-pack type furniture over the years and know that you're not going to get the best quality but this was completely unacceptable. It's a shame because it really is a nice looking, cool design. Or it would be were it possible to assemble it.