Jared line of contemporary occasional tables is made with pewter color enamel finished metal tube frames and melamine/hallow tops. The End Table has an overall assembled dimension is 18.03"W x 18.03"D x 24.49"H. Lower shelf has surface area of 16.30"W x 17.80"D. Clearance of 15.55" from shelf to underneath table top. Assembly Required. Overall End Table size is 18"W x 18"D x 24.50"H. Lower Shelf area is 16.30"W x 17.80" with 15.55" clearance. Made with pewter color enamel finished metal tube frames. Melamine/hallow tops. Assembly Required.
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Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
18.03" x 18.03" x 24.49"
Composite wood / Metal
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2 business days
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25.25" x 21" x 7.75"
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This is just what I was expecting and more. It's a very beautiful piece and very easy to put together. It's just perfect for my spa room at work. Not to mention awesome for the price. I highly recommend this!
I liked the fact that there were no screw or bolt heads visible after assembly, unlike many pieces described as 'industrial modern'. The assembly is really straightforward, and the only recommendation I'd make is to set the supporting legs just a half-turn from tight so you have an easier job attaching the side pieces. I used a drill with hex bit to attach the legs to the top but used the enclosed wrench to add the side bars, then tightened everything. It's sturdy and doesn't wobble.
Overall I am extremely happy with how these end tables turned out. I am using them as night stands.Pros:-They look beautiful-They seem sturdy-The construction was simple-Cons:-They seem prone to scratching-The side bars that install do not fit their designated space properly, so when constructing the tables you have to make sure they're flush with the edges of the wood, and centered between the side rails. It's more clear when you're building it.
This table is serving as a stand for my Sherwood receiver. It's perfect for this application because it's dimensions match up very well to the bulky Sherwood.In fact my wife was not pleased to see the Sherwood because it was so large and eating up space so I did my research and ordered this table to help keep the peace. It's color matched my room well and my wife is happy. I have my subwoofer on the lower shelf which I may remove I'm not wild about rattling my receiver so much every time I use it.The bottom shelf does seem removable the table will still be pretty sturdy without it I'll just have to carefull about sliding it around on the carpet.Keep in mind this is an inexpensive product so under scrutiny you can find imperfections. Here's what I found on a reasonably thorough inspection.A. The finish on the top shelf was inconsistent along one edge and is viable lighter then the rest of the shelf ( for my purpose the entire top is concealed)B. The welds are hurriedly done and inconsistent but are sound.C. It's probably not entirely square I never checked it but I doubt it is. The way it's designed the screws don't really set into a position that keeps it square as you assemble so if you want it perfectly square your going to have to pay attention as you assemble it.D. You are definately going to want to leave the screws all loose until they're all in place and tighten them up evenly to avoid problems as you put it together if you do that assembly is a breeze, literally 5 minutes.Overall it's a fantastic budget minded peacekeeping table. At a glance it's a very nice piece of furnature that serves me well and if you have reasonable expectations it'll probably work for you too.