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    Yuri Noren

    2019-09-02

    Great value, great piece, super solid, and sturdy! It really is grander in appearance in person! It took my hubby two hours to develop. It had been pretty easy! The purchase price for this is an amazing deal, as it's such a high quality piece. I saw reviews about the doors not matching up, but you have to pay attention to which hinge you put where. All of them are labeled. The drawers have a soft close, so they don't slam. The white is similar to a genuine subtle ivory. You can see inside our pictures it's right under our pure white framed mirror, and its relatively close in color. The glass is very solid and strong. The shelves are sturdy. The shelves and drawers are deep and really enable super storage. That is seriously a beautiful piece, and I feel I got it for a steak! Wayfair has just what I need!

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      Larisa Catt

      2019-08-26

      I really like it. Easy to put together. The gray chairs were a great touch. The table matched my kitchen with the granite top finish. Small enough and the ideal size for my kitchen. Could not have been happier with this purchase. Similar to the pictures.

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    Christeen Latson

    2019-08-03

    It had been even prettier than I had hoped! As described. Only took a few minutes to place the legs on but definitely need 2 people to set it upright and maneuver around. It was perfectly packed and did take the time to unwrap and discard all the packing materials however, not a real issue. I would suggest if you're searching for a very sturdy table with distressed farmhouse look. This table will be around for a long period!! Pictures are without extension.

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    Margarete Ramage

    2019-08-02

    This table looked similar to the picture and is surprisingly comfortable! It had been also a lot roomier than I expected. It fit properly inside our small dining space and although it took awhile to put together, it was absolutely worth it. I'd definitely recommend using a power drill to save some time and energy, and be sure to check which set of directions to check out depending on what orientation the bench will face.