24 Issues of Better Homes and Gardens
Included with purchase ($10 value).
|Shape: Rectangle||Design: Table|
|Style: Coastal||Top Finish: Natural Bamboo|
|Base Finish: Natural Bamboo||Distressed: No|
|Base Material: Wood||Top Material: Wood|
|Inlay Material: Wood||Solid Wood Construction: No|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Non-Toxic: Yes|
|Hidden Storage Compartment: No||Drop Leaf Top: No|
|Magazine Rack: No||Drawers Included: No|
|Exterior Shelves: Yes||Cabinets Included: No|
|Base Type: 3 & 4 Legs||Legs Included: Yes|
|Lighted: No||Reclaimed Wood: No|
|Adjustable Height: No||Outdoor Use: Yes|
|Weight Capacity: 40 Pounds||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: Wipe with a moist cloth|
|Country of Manufacture: Viet Nam|
|Assembly Required: No||Additional Parts Required: No|
Tom from Durham, NC – Verified Buyer
Great construction, easily assembled (literally 5 minutes time for 2 tables)! This style suited the theme of my Master Bedroom and brought some much needed practical furniture to my room. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality and I think I already had pretty high expectations. And as always, delivery from Wayfair was quick and convenient!
Not really an end table...
Risa from Lindenhurst, NY – Verified Buyer
This a a great little table/shelf. The only problem is that it is listed as an end table so I bought it with that in mind; to use it at the end of the couch. To tall. It is not an end table. had to use it as a corner display. Still nice and matches great with the other bamboo54 stuff I bought.
Not to my taste
m from TX – Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
I thought this product would be something for my patio. But, the bamboo just isn't for my taste. It is sturdy enough for the price, and holds up as well as can be expected outside. It is as you see which is why I give it 4 stars. It may be great for someone else.
Becca from Presto pa – Verified Buyer
I bought this as a towel stand to use in our Florida home master bath. It has a tropical feel and was very easy to fold together. Looks nice. I wouldn't use this for anything very heavy though. I love it
Great for Guest Room
Cecelia from Ephrata, WA – Verified Buyer
The bed in the guest room is quite high and these tables work perfectly to provide good light for reading. They need to be up against a wall to stay straight.
Bamboo Shelf Unit
Janet Foerster from Victoria
OMG! I left it in the box for two weeks because I didn't want to sit down and have to put it together piece by piece. To my surprise, when I opened it, all I had to do was unfold it and place the shelves on it. Super easy!
Frankie from Suffolk County, NY – Verified Buyer
touch of tropics , with this bamboo end desk,easy assemble, looks great, holds nicely..purchased at Wayfair Pros: easy to deal with
Bamboo End Table
Kathleen from Novi, MI – Verified Buyer
Some of the "sticks" we're not attached. Other than that, I like it and it functions well.
Good product for the money.
mark from Orlando – Verified Buyer
Very nice storage shelf. Easy assembly and good quality. Great product for the money.
Cheap piece of craaaap!
NA from Saint Louis, MO
If you buy this "end table," get ready for an arduous task of putting it together. I am not going to talk about the fact that when this table arrived, screws and shelves were not packed inside the box at all. They were just loose in the box. I'm going to talk about the assembly though. A little background on me: I assembled my bed by myself, so I am not a newbie to putting furniture together. That being said, I could not put in shelves in this unit. Bamboo poles on the shelves simply wouldn't line up with the holes they were supposed to go in. After trying different variations of shelves, rotations and lots of swearing, I still couldn't put this thing together after 2 hours of working at it. The screws that come with the table are useless unless the poles and holes line up, so they were of no help at all. Luckily, my friends were over at my place the following day. They helped me hold the pieces together as I shaved off massive amounts of bamboo off of 3 poles with a box cutter. Even after that, we had to enlarge of of the holes to accommodate for a bent bamboo pole. 2 hours later we finally put this thing together. Was this table worth 4 hours of labor and frustration? I don't think so. Would I buy this unit if I knew how cheaply it was made? You probably can tell from my rant above what my answer is to this question. HECK NO!