This elegantly designed round end table with its lightly flared legs and inlaid round glass top is an excellent addition to your living room or family room. The subtle designs blend in with most styles of décor and the bottom shelf provides you with extra storage. Pair this with the rest of the Genoa Collection to complete the look of any room in the house. The overall size of the end table is 18.4"W x 18.4"D x 22.5"H and has a table top diameter of 17.7" with a glass diameter of 12.1". The glass can accommodate a static load of 50 Overall End Round Table size is 18.47" x 22.50"H. Table top diameter is 17.72". Top Tempered glass inlay diameter is 12.13". Lower shelf diameter of 14.87" with 13.43" clearance. Made from solid and composite wood in espresso finish. Assembly Required.
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Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
18.47" x 18.47" x 22.56"
Solid / Composite wood / Glass
Country of Origin
2 business days
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24" x 20" x 6.75"
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We purchased this and the matching coffee table. This one arrived first. Assembly was a snap, has cam-lock hardware for the legs (a bonus) and seems well-made.PROS: great upscale look for the price, made of real wood, appears to be a quality/solid product, I was able to assemble this without help.CONS: One leg is slightly shorter than the other 3 - not enough to shim with an adhesive pad. Fortunately, this little table doesn't see a lot of action and just has to look pretty.I gave this 4 stars because of the shorter leg issue. However, this would not stop me from buying again or recommending to others.
Great table well made as pictured . It was a bit of a challenge to assemble but we figured it out !
Very nice end table; just a little smaller than I expected. But I would recommend this end table if you are looking for something smaller.
We have 3 of these for use in our family room. They serve their purpose but are not the best quality ever, however you really don't notice it unless you look closely. I assembled them myself and it went together easily. I will buy them again if I needed to replace them down the road. They have survived 3 moves in 18 months so that says something. I'm moving again and giving them to a family member who asked for them. I do use coasters always to protect my furniture so I can provided feedback on how the finish holds up to cups on it.
I ordered one of these about a month ago, and it was perfect as a little side table with limited room. The price was fair and it was easy to assemble, so we decided to order another one to hold a large vase. In the first one we got, I had no issues assembling the table, the parts all fastened neatly and the glass fit the top perfectly securely in the hole after carefully and gently hammering it into place with the heel of my hand.Unfortunately, the second table that arrived was a bit of a mess. For starters, the finish on the shelf piece had a long drip of paint across it, a defect, and some minor chips. Not a huge deal though since it ended up being the underside. But there were other issues as well. The connections where the screws and other pieces went it were harder to secure and left lots of wood bits all over the floor once I was done. I struggled getting one of the pieces tight enough but ended up still getting that leg on tightly by tightening it from another spot. The biggest flaw though, was the fact that the glass on top was too small to be secure within the opening at the top. It would sit on the top just fine but if the table were to tip, the glass top would come right out.This glass top not being tightly secure may not be a huge issue but given the huge variance in quality of the tables, just be aware that the quality of this table will vary a lot.