What kind of Sauder Harper Heights Contemporary Wood Metal Side Table do you need?
Tinted, safety-tempered glass top because we care about you and your family Open shelf for additional storage of your favorite home d cor Drawer features metal runners and safety stops Finished on all sides for versatile placement anywhere in your home Powder coated metal frame for durability Rich Walnut finish Engineered Wood, Metal, Glass Assembled Dimensions: L: 19.69" x W: 15.55" x H: 21.73"5 year limited warrantyAssembly requiredIncluded components: Materials, hardware, and assembly instructions
Is this what you need when you buy Sauder Harper Heights Contemporary Wood Metal Side Table?
Is your living room looking a bit boring and bland Add a little style and glam to your home d cor with this wood and metal side table from the Harper Heights collection. This glass top side table offers a spacious top surface with all room for items like a lamp, framed photos, coasters, and ice-cold drinks. The tinted, safety-tempered glass top adds an extra touch of luxurious style that is sure to stand out. The contemporary side table s open shelf provides easy-access storage to stow away items like your reading glasses and TV remote. Plus, the lower storage drawer opens and closes on smooth metal runners for a convenient spot to store items like books, crossword puzzles, and your secret stash of sweets. Attractive from every angle, this side table with storage is finished on all sides for versatile placement. Finished in Rich Walnut and paired with a durable, powder-coated metal frame in gold, this stunning glass top end table is sure to catch the eye of all your guests.
Customer reviewsAMAZING LOOK
I was a bit hesitant at first since it's manufactured wood but when the item arrived and after putting it together, it was study and looks like a mid-range to expensive mid-century modern furniture. It took less than 30 minutes to put it together but that was probably because we used our electric tools as an assist. Highly recommend this piece. I wish they had a t.v. stand for it