Featuring the sleek and stylish Linea design, this telephone stand has a shelf perfect for stacking phone books, and a small drawer to keep a notepad and pen conveniently tucked away. Shelf size 13.30" x 9.70". Clearance between table apron and shelf is 12.40". Combination of solid and composite wood in Dark Espresso finish. Assembly Required Overall Accent Phone Table size is 13.30" Wide x 13.60" Deep x 29.49" High. Shelf size is 13.30" x 9.7" with 12.40" Clearance. Inside drawer dim 6.9"W x 8.7"D x 2.8"H Construction with combination of solid and composite wood in espresso finish. Assembly Required.
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Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
13.31" x 13.31" x 29.49"
Solid / Composite wood
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2 business days
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31.75" x 19.5" x 5.5"
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I will be using this to hold a 5 gallon water bottle, I couldn’t find the weight capacity of this “phone stand” but so far so good. I did make a boo boo when putting it together, I put the top on wrong - the metal chrome piece is supposed to face the front and mine faces the side - oh well it’s staying like that. Cute stand!
My side of the bed has just enough space to walk through, and this nightstand is perfect. It was incredibly easy to put together and is a lovely dark finish. My one "complaint" is that the drawer doesn't have a stopper; it will easily slide out if you pull out too far.
I purchased two of these to use as nightstands next to my bed, I wanted something a bit higher than what is normally sold and I have to say I'm VERY pleased. Sorry if the images load sideways, they are oriented correct in my device. Anyway, they are a dark espresso color, almost black, just what I was hoping for, and the perfect height for me. You can see in the pics they are to the top of my mattress. Yes, they come in lots of parts, and parts are not marked, but if you take your time they are not difficult to assemble. I'd estimate it took me maybe 45 minutes at most to assemble both. They seem pretty sturdy and I love how they don;t take up much floor space. The drawer is large enough for a few remotes, a book, lotion or other smaller things you might want to keep bedside. The shelf is large enough to display something or keep a box of tissues handy. Overall, I'd say these are a good value and I am a happy customer!
Even though these tables are made of composite and not real wood I feel they are exceptionally sturdy. From my experience there are different grades of composite types of furniture where some are better quality then others. I feel this is of good quality and will probably last me along time. It looks nice and is heavy. I use these in my bedroom for my audio speakers. One on each side of the room. Most of you would use it for other things. They would look great in a foyer,living room or bedroom for decorative pedestals or telephone table. The only down side , and there is always a down side is the directions aren't very good. They are just a diagram as opposed to step by step written instructions. The first table took me an hour to set up. The second one about 40 minutes since I knew how to do it. All in all I am satisfied with the tables. P.S always make sure you never over tighten the screws when you put together furniture.
S. Lee Smeby
Sturdy. Only 4 stars instead of 5, because the drawer's attachment is not high quality and may require some finagling to get it to work smoothly. It has no roller tracks, just wood upon wood. I use mine as a stand for a 5 gallon aquarium. So it can support approximately 60 pounds (possibly more) just fine. Just lay out the pieces carefully before assembly, and it may help to mark the tops or bottoms of the legs for where they will attach to the top. Keep in mind that where the smaller metal cylinders are located, mark the front and back of the stand. So the drawer faces on the same side as those small metal cylinders. I glued the joints together for stronger assembly and braced the legs against the lower shelf while the glue dried to ensure the shelf would be firmly in place and not fall out. Turned out it was a bit too firm and the shelf required a little sanding on the sides for better operation. The quality of the joints is such that gluing shouldn't be required for most applications.