I really love the look of this cart. It took me about 3.5 hours to put together but that's because it was just me and I read and reread directions. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because theI really love the look of this cart. It took me about 3.5 hours to put together but that's because it was just me and I read and reread directions. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because the magnetic thing didn't connect properly so the doors didn't close. But I used velcro tape on the inside which works perfect. The only other reason for the 4 stars is that on the instructions it was sometimes confusing which way a piece of wood was supposed to go. I would have to go several steps ahead to see how pieces were going to connect to be able to figure it out. But, all in all very happy and gives me the extra storage space I need."..."Read more
Country/rustic products are similar to traditional in style, but more reminiscent of country living. Generally in medium wood/ivory colors with details like hand-painted accents (like flowers and roosters), usually more delicate than Casual.
Transitional products reflect a blend of traditional and modern that fits in with almost any décor. They feature a simple, angular look and edgy construction materials, such as glass and metal, as well as classical lines and carved wood details.
Traditional products typically have a medium to dark wood finish, and carved wood or ornate designs making it appear as an antique or heirloom.
Modern products have clean lines, sculptural furnishings, art, industrial elements and bold colors. This style is known for its underlying simplicity of line, shape, form, and attention to practical functions as compared to dramatic and lavish appearances.
Casual products are typically constructed from wood of a light to medium finish, and are very simple in design - no ornate carvings or details other than traditional handles, bars, or beveled cabinet design.
Professional/Gourmet products are commercial grade and typically made by specific manufacturers such as: John Boos, Enclume, Chris & Chris, and Bago Luma.