|Item Weight||79 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.4 x 40.1 x 28.5 inches|
|Item model number||411615|
|Material Type||Manufactured Wood|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Shelves||3|
|Manufacturer Part Number||411615|
Sauder Sewing Craft Cart, Cinnamon Cherry Finish
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- Space-saving cabinet conceals computer
- Slide-out shelf features easy-glide metal runners
- Three small adjustable shelves
- Drop leave provides extra work space for sewing or crafts
- Storage behind roll-open door includes two storage bins and hidden shelf for sewing machine
- Two adjustable shelves behind door
- Melamine top surface is heat, stain and scratch-resistant
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The Select Cherry finish on the Palladia Dresser is an updated take on formal cherry. It extends the livable-formal theme and is beautifully accented with antiqued metal pulls. Special attention is paid to contemporary functions and storage needs.
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The carts are AWESOME. I have a home business designing and sewing projects, so I have a lot of stuff. I just recently relocated into a more pricier, but way smaller apartment, so my space is considerably limited. I originally had two large 6ft heavy fold out tables and tons of bins and more; this looked so ugly too. I chucked the tables and everything fit perfectly in the two carts!!!
The carts are very sturdy... anyone who said they fall apart did not assemble them correctly--by the way, assembly is very easy. It took me an hour per cart to assemble. One downside was the screws and hinges all came together jumbled in one single bag... that was annoying to sort out.
I use a pretty heavy industrial walking foot sewing machine by Sailrite (I do not recommend that sewing machine, it's made horribly and their customer service is nice until there is a problem, buy a reliable barracuda instead!!!) and the table supports it just fine, even when I'm jamming through some fabrics. My dog loves to do tricks, and while I was taking photos she decided the cutting mat was a perfect spot to "park it" so she parked her butt ontop, and it didn't budge. Supported her 45lbs without issue. I don't recommend having your dogs sit on your cabinet for a multitude of reasons, though.
The original casters did not shake while sewing, however, they are cheap and do not "lock". I have a ton of stuff packed inside of the carts... lots of heavy upholstery fabric... my god it all fits. I can still wheel the carts around my laminate floors with it packed and carrying my heavy stuff with the original caster feet.
The color is very very dark. I wish I would have purchased white since I have these in my "dining room" aka craft room, they would have looked like an extension of my kitchen cabinets.
The first cart was flawless but I chipped an edge assembling it, the second cart had a chip in an edge when I took it out of the box... no big deal. I'm going to just seal it with wood glue... this isn't furniture from restoration hardware.
The hardware is drab and cheap looking, so I upgraded my knobs to some satin nickel knobs from amazon - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005I4J00O/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
The table sits extremely low for me ... I enjoy tables that are a bit higher as my chair is higher. I replaced the small plastic 2" caster feet with polyurethane 4" casters. By upgrading the casters you can move the cabinets even easier and the lock mechanism works extremely well.
You can also purchase a folding leg attachment so you don't need to open the door in order to raise the ledge. http://www.amazon.com/Products-013-071-Folding-Table-Leg/dp/B002N5YF2O/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1420692467&sr=8-12&keywords=Table+legs I have forgotten the door was supporting the table top and closed it only to send the table top, and everything resting on it, crashing to the ground.
I ordered two from Amazon the other day. The first one was under $89 and when I placed the second order a few hours later the price jumped to $140+ even though Walmart and other stores still were selling it for under $100... I chatted online with Amazon and they told me to pound sand & to buy it elsewhere if I found it cheaper. I spoke with someone on the phone with Amazon and she just said "uuuhhhhhhh that's not Amazon Prime" and hung up on me. I decided to call back once more and I got a very sweet girl who let me buy the second cart for the price I paid for the first one a few hours before the second order. Shout out to Kaye V. with the Amazon customer service team! She's very sweet, professional, and actually listened to what I was saying.
Once I was finished, I rolled my cart over to its final resting spot and loaded it up with fabric, thread, my sewing machine, my tools (rotary cutter, scissors, pins, etc), multiple ongoing projects, and still had plenty of room left over. I love the drawers that are attached inside the doors on the left side.
The finish goes well with my dark wood furniture and it looks extremely nice whether I have my supplies out and around or if I have everything neatly put away. Glad I took the chance and ordered this, great value for the price and extremely functional.