What kind of Emerald Home Chandler Rustic Wood End Table do you need?
The Chandler End Table Brings a Rustic, Industrial Touch to Your Home With Distressed Wood Surfaces and Metal Accents Imported Exemplifies rustic style and comes in rustic wood, bringing both personality and function to your home The Chandler end table features Solid Wood Top, Metal Base, and Open Storage Shelf Makes everyday life a little bit easier with features like durable finish and floor protectors Dimensions: 24" Length, 22" Width, and 22" Height
Is this what you need when you buy Emerald Home Chandler Rustic Wood End Table?
Emerald Home continues to make strong, beautiful furniture designed with comfort and durability in mind because anything else isn't good enough for family.
The wood and steel of the Chandler collection pair brilliantly with any style family or living room, instantly creating the look and feel of history in your space. The planked top highlight the wood s natural knots and grain and will only look better with age. Solid steel angled legs and cross-bracing with metal rivets details provide an architectural look. Arrives in one box and assembles in minutes easy to unpack, assemble with included tools and instructions, and set in place to enjoy. Makes clean up a snap with durable materials and finishes. Simply dust with a soft dry cloth and clean up spills when they happen.
Customer reviewsAbsolutely perfect.
Waited nearly 3 years to find the perfect coffee table in size, appearance and price, and this ticks all the boxes. All the hardware was contained in a little bag and secured with tape, so they may have addressed the loose hardware issue others have mentioned. It's not overly heavy and I female was able to push the box up a flight of stairs alone and put together myself in about 20 minutes or so. Would be even faster with a second pair of hands. There are a lot of holes on the underside of the wood which confused me at first, but the only holes that matter are the threaded ones which lined up perfectly with the holes on the legs. Assembly involves 12 bolts and an allen wrench, included. A monkey could do it