This inviting 3-Piece Space Saver Set by Winsome Wood will bring ease and versatility to dining in your kitchen, breakfast nook, or den. A drop leaf supported by a swing-away leg with a 5th rolling caster can be opened to create a dining table for two. Or lower the drop leaf, stow the stools, and roll the unit into the corner to create more open space. The sturdy hideaway stools have smooth, broad seat tops with rounded corners and can be tucked neatly under the table for a compact footprint. Two drawers with cut-out handles are ideal for silverware, napkins, and placemats. Rolling casters, two of which lock to keep the unit stable while in use, allow for easily mobility. This makes a great choice for a studio apartment or small spaces that need versatility. Constructed of sturdy solid wood with some composite, in a teak finish. Conveniently packed and shipped in 1 box, that includes the hardware necessary for assembling. Replacement part request can be submitted directly to the manufacturer within 60 days from date of purchase. Table Height: 32.75"H Tabletop dimensions (with leaf open): 27.3"W x 29.6"D (with leaf lowered): 27.3"W x 15.4"D Push handle adds 2.25" to overall width Drop leaf dimensions: 27.3"W c 14.8"D Table thickness: .78" Static weight capacity of table (evenly distributed): 100 lbs. (leaf closed); 75 lbs. (leaf open) Stool overall dimensions: 11.5"W x 11.5"D x 20.8"H Stool leg footprint: 9.6"W x 9.6"D Static weight capacity for each stool: 200 lbs. Assembly required Ships in 1 box Drop Leaf to expand table size Stools tuck neatly under the table Set rolls easily on casters Two drawers with cut-out handles Made of Solid and Composite Wood
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Assembled Dimensions (L x W x H)
29.61" x 29.13" x 32.76"
Solid / Composite wood
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2 business days
Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H)
32.25" x 28.25" x 9.25"
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I was looking for an affordable kitchen island. This Item came very compact in a large box. I put it together myself with my 3 kids active around me. This has been such a handy piece of furniture. Love love love. I posted a short video with zero camera skills so you can see a bit of it. We move it from the kitchen to the living room and sometimes bring it out onto our porch when we spend a few hours enjoying the day with snacks drinks and games in the fresh air. My rooms are large and to put a drink down or bring someone anything I feel like I’m walking forever. This really closes that gap.Assembly was pretty straight forward. I did it on my own within about 20 minutes. (I’ve put furniture together all my life so for someone like me I didn’t even need the instructions. But if you’re like my husband who has never worked with furniture assembly before then the instructions will Absolutely help you)
Toss up between 4 and 5. The desire to rate it at 4 is simple. I ordered two of these at one time. One of them has a big crack on the drop table section that is only visible from underneath. It is where a screw goes into a hinge and it was obviously tightened too much. This occurred on the manufacturer's end since the table top/drop leaf comes pre-assembled. It was cracked when I got it but it was not noticed until very close to having it fully assembled. After going through all that work for an inexpensive product during a big move...I didn't have the energy to disassemble it to send it back.The second one didn't have any cracks out of the box. It was a bit quicker to assemble after working my way through the first one. The instructions are good. My hints for assembly include saving the packing included in the box to use to prop up parts if assembling by oneself. The actual instructions are clear but it is hard to hold one piece in place while trying to attach it to another piece...a second set of hands would make it a breeze.The style of the space saving table is what won me over. I bought two to go into a new apartment that really didn't have room for a dining table. For the most part it is just my husband and me. We either eat at the island/breakfast bar or while snuggled up in our love seat. We needed something to accommodate the occasional dinner guests though. The new apartment also lacks decent overhead lighting in the living room so we also needed a way to easily provide lighting.This is where these little tables shine. They are cute accents tables for our new lamps. They generally sit on either side of our love seat. I use the closest drawers for little things like the fan remote, my books, a wee notepad and pen, and coasters. The far drawers hold little things like placemats and napkins for guests. It is a functional little side table.My biggest concern was their utility as dining surfaces. They work perfectly for that. The leaf is adjustable and sturdy. Lock the wheels and you will be quite happy. We've pulled one of the tables out a couple of times for company and we are more than happy. Our guests are also intrigued by the design and function.I will definitely recommend this product despite my cracked unit. I did not make the effort to alert anyone that there was an issue with the first table. I was very happy with the quality of the second product. My husband and I love how functional the space savers are and our guests offer compliments on the appearance and function.
This table was a pleasure to put together. It was very practical and the instructions were easy to follow. It's the perfect size for our NYC kitchen, and it's extremely sturdy. We use it as an island and dining table, and it has taken all of our abuse for 2 weeks without a single scratch. It did come without one of the little wooden pegs, but that's not really a big deal to us since they're aesthetic only. If it happens to you though, there is a request form included for missing pieces. The drawers are not very big, so we use it for things like batteries and small tools. The stools are also pretty small, so it would be good to pair with slightly larger stools if you have space for them. I recommend this for anyone who has a small kitchen or is looking for a table with multiple functions.
I wasn't even planning on getting a kitchen table because I didn't want to lose anymore square footage. The way my apartment is set up, a table will be in the way no matter where it sits. But when I ran across this little gem I changed my mind. When they say space saving, they really mean it. I especially love that the stools tuck under the table!I ordered the Teak. I'd say it's fairly true to the picture, maybe a hair darker, but certainly not a deep brown. I'd have liked a darker brown option, but I'm still pleased with what I have. Let's talk construction. It can take some time to put this together. Granted, I went slow to make sure everything was right, but I'd say plan on a couple hours if you're constructing this solo. I just put on a movie and went to work. You will need a Phillips screwdriver briefly (for the tabletop), but most of it is put together with an Allen wrench they provide. If you have your own Allen wrench set, use it. It's not terrible, the one you get, it's just cumbersome after awhile.Take a look at the wheels before you start popping them in, as a couple of them have breaks on them, and you'll want them in a particular spot. The swing out leg when you put it on seems like it would be insecure and flimsy, but once you get the tabletop on it no longer seemed to be an issue. Some other tips: Put in the screw concealers near the handle before you put on the tabletop, it's just less hassle. When you're attaching the tabletop, screw in a screw at the front and kiddy corner on the back (a diagonal direction) and that should make attaching the other two easier. Don't tighten them all the way until you have all four screws lined up and it should be easier. When you're putting the screw concealers on, if you don't have a rubber mallet, get a small washcloth and use it as a cushion with a regular hammer. You'll get it secure without damaging the wood. Some of them will need a hammer to be secured.The stools are NOT bar stools, so they are short, but that's to line up with the table. I also use them as TV trays sometime, so I REALLY love this table! So many uses. If you're looking for an arts and crafts table or need to save space like me, do yourself a favor and pick this thing up!