|Item Weight||99 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||48 x 17 x 58 inches|
|Item model number||4268629|
|Assembled Height||58 inches|
|Assembled Width||48 inches|
|Assembled Length||17 inches|
South Shore Furniture, Vertex Collection, Corner Entertainment Center, Classic Cherry
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- 3 spaces for audio-video components at the top
- 2 adjustable shelves in the middle section and 1 adjustable shelf behind each doors
- This item is made of composite wood panels that carry the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification
- 5 year warranty
- Assembly required
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Top Customer Reviews
The instructions are a small printed, so some care is needed in making sure you're working on the right peice during each step. And it it can be hard to tell which side you're supposed to be instering the hardware on some peices. No worries though, the hardware removes easy enough when you make a mistake.
Overall assembly took about an hour with the help of another adult.
The finished product looks very nice, and the shipping process resulted in only a few minor blemishes - which is really good considering we live on an island in Alaska and it came through UPS, which means it got transfered from manufacturer, to truck to jet, to float plane and then to ATV BEFORE it reached our post office... Good packaging, which definately took some abuse in shipping.
The unit is smaller than I expected but has a surprising amount of space. The corner design also fits tightly into the corner, which makes it look even smaller. Which could be a really good thing for a small house or apartment. And still it provides great storage for components. It fits our 42" Panasonic Flat screen with a few inches to spare. Has room for a PS3, a home theater receiver, DVD and VCR and the kids Wii.Read more ›
- Fits nicley in the corner and takes up less space then my old boxing entertainment center
- The color of the wood is darker than I thought from viewing the pictures online, but it still looks great
- Easy to put together, just like putting together Ikea furniture
- Enough shelving to hold my DVD, Wii, Wii Fit board, CD player, Amp/Receiver. Could hold more on the bottom if you have thinner items and take out one of the bottome shelves.
- The holes in the backboard to feed your wires through are small. Would have liked 1 or 2 extra holes. Hard to fit all of the wires through, including the cable tv wires, etc... You may want to drill a second hole in the back panel especially for the top shelf depending on what you put there.
- Shipping was free. Two of the pieces had minor scratches on them. Could have used them as is since you wouldn't really see the scratches, but called South Shore and they Fed Exed for free replacement pieces. Very nice.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am so pleased with my purchase. the assembly instructions were very easy to follow and everything was clearly marked.One it was all assembled, it fit perfectly in the corner. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Patty bullet
This is a perfect entertainment center! The color is a bit darker than the picture. It fits our 43" tv perfectly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mizzkonfuzzled
The entertainment center is very nice but the back should have a backing so you do not see the wall or
Had a room that flat wall was not option and this corner furniture worked out perfect.Published 16 months ago by Sean Hennigan
Good solid furniture at a decent price. South Shore is a good company.Published 17 months ago by Who Knows
This TV Stand turned out beautiful and was perfect for what I needed. I was very heavy when it was in the box, but I was able to put it together in a couple hours with my brother... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Caitlin Harris
very nice ,ease to put together ,fits right in the corner. nice Entertainment center.Published 19 months ago by at
Love this piece. I was looking for a corner entertainment piece, and this one fit perfectly. Instructions were a little confusing, but we were able to assemble within a couple of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sally Ann Flanagan