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  • Overall: 30.75" H x 48" L x 48" W
  • Overall Product Weight: 71lbs

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  5.0 stars
Pottery Barn Smottery Barn! from Florida on 08/25/2013 – Verified Buyer
I fell in love with the clone to this table in Pottery Barn, but for $500 it was just way out of my budget... Not only is this the same style table as PB, it's quality is so close, it's amazing why anyone would buy it there! I absolutely love this table! I shop at PB for ideas then come to Wayfair to make my purchases on many items I love at tremendous savings!
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  4.0 stars
Good value but poor assembly instructions. from East Rutherford, NJ on 11/07/2013 – Verified Buyer
As the old adage goes: You get what you pay for. It's a good, solid table, but the instructions included with the table were confusing and vague - as if they had been translated, poorly, from some other language. This made assembly of the table very frustrating - but with patience, brains and perserverence, it all came together and now I have a lovely table that I paid half-price for (I almost purchased the Pottery Barn clone and I'm so glad I found Wayfair's option). I don't mind assembling my furniture, I just need the instructions to be easier to understand.
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  5.0 stars
Great table for the money from Ravenel, SC on 03/12/2015 – Verified Buyer
I needed a small cottage table for the Sunroom we had just built. I liked the idea of the sides folding and giving more space in the room, yet be able to enlarge when we have family over. Of course it is not wood but laminated wood. The finish product is neat and tidy, and the table legs are balanced. The table comes with directions on how to construct it. The screws, dowels, and bolts are in individual bags, marked with the letters corresponding with instruction sheets. I will say I made some mistakes but the process is forgiving. The top board of table leg was suppose to be set with the center hole facing inside. I did not notice the hole in the picture until I was nearly finished . It was easily rectified. Another tidbit is to have a rubber mallet handy. When you place the table top on the base, I could not get the bolt to latch. The wooden dowels needed to be hammered to get the dowels to sit flush with the table top. Once this happened, it was a cinch to secure the table top and base . The finish product was worth the "construction".
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  5.0 stars
Great Table from Tucson, AZ on 08/30/2014 – Verified Buyer
For the price, you cannot get a more appealing, sturdy, useful, and versatile table. I purchased this for a small kitchen area in our new rental. As a military family, we're constantly on the move and purchasing high-quality furniture usually means more money. This does everything I was looking for in a smaller table: great storage, easy to assemble, and easy to clean. We did not have any of the assembly issues a few other reviews mentioned. Plus, free shipping was an added bonus. I purchased the white table to match chairs I already owned.
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  4.0 stars
Good knock off of Pottery Barn at a better price and color! from Ballwin, MO on 04/01/2014 – Verified Buyer
Love the style and much cheaper then the similar pottery barn version (that isn't really white). Only downside was assembly. We ended up adding metal brackets underneath to attach the table top to the legs as we couldn't get things to stay connected. Also re-drilled the holes for the leaves as they didn't line up. Minor inconvenience considering the price. I do think it will get nicked up easily. Some parts were already damaged when we received it but Wayfair immediately replaced it with no problem.
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  5.0 stars
Just what I needed from Brentwood, MD on 07/26/2015 – Verified Buyer
I never leave reviews for anything, because I'm a terrible person. But this was so easy to put together alone and it feels so sturdy, I want to relieve anyone who is having anxiety about buying it. First I eyed this table for months, reading all of the reviews and waiting for it to go on sale. I read about how heavy the top was, how hard it was to put together, that the seam wasn't flush when the leaves were out, and a number of other things people said. I delayed putting it together because I was certain I would do it wrong. But when I woke up yesterday I was tired of my house not feeling like a home and so I decided I was gonna build this table. To describe myself for some context: I'm a woman, 5'3, and cannot manage one push up. I'm very weak. I have the most limited knowledge of building things. I know lefty loosey, righty tighty, and I do own an electric drill. I also have no AC in my home. Just a couple of weak ceiling fans. That said, here's how it went. It probably took me about three hours total. That includes some phone chats with my sisters, going to look for my drill and some playlist modifications. I was able to pull out all of the parts while talking to my sister on the phone. I did sit down to pull out the table top since it's long. I looked at the directions and made sure I had all the parts. The legs were hard to put together because of a. balance and b. my stupidity. I could not understand what the bolts were supposed to screw into and just thought that maybe once I got everything in it would balance itself. That probably added about 30 minutes to assembly time. I also put the top leg on upside down the first time. Step 1 complete. I started in on the tapletop. Noticed all of the marking for the screws and decided to use the drill. Again, I don't know much, but I feel like the material is pretty sturdy because it took two hands and a lot of pressure to get the screws to go in with the drill. I got very frustrated, but hopefully a good thing?? I tried really hard to make sure the pieces were level (with a naked eye) when screwing in the hinges after reading one review, but I'm not really sure it helped. The other bits that go in the tabletop were a bit confusing on the diagram, But it's less the instructions and more my lack of knowledge that made this part hard. Step 2,3,4 complete. Now someone said the tabletop was heavy so I was very anxious about the next part. But it really wasn't that bad.It only took one adjustment to get everything into their respective holes. However, making sure all of the lock bolts (my name for them) went in their locks(again, my name) was very irritating because once the tabletop is on, you can't see to line then up and the locks were very hard to pull out of the holes to adjust. The mechanism to lower and raise the side bits is very easy to use, almost basic. Step 5 complete. Now the diagram for the shelves makes it look like they jut slide right in. That was not the case for me. I had to do a little fist banging to make it go all the way down. But they held up, no scratches or crack. Step 6 complete. My only two complaints are 1. some of the dowel holes are too deep. I just tore some paper off of the instructions, balled it up and shoved it into the hole. And 2. when the leaves are down, they're a knee obstruction. It's hard to get close to the table if you're sitting on that side. I am feeling pretty happy and proud and I snapped the whole process to my story. I encourage anyone who is hesitating to buy this cause they may have to build it alone, not to worry. Great purchase! Pros: Easy assembly, sturdy feeling Cons: Dowel holes too deep, leaves may obstruct knees
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  4.0 stars
Looks great! from Pittsburgh, PA on 09/08/2015 – Verified Buyer
I too, was torn between this and the PB version. A friend that worked at PB advised me that their table is more ivory/way off-white. So I bought this one. It looks exactly as pictured. It took my husband , who is a carpenter, less than an hour to assemble, and he did complain about some of the smaller parts needed to assemble breaking during assembly. breaking. It is bright white, and looks exactly as I imagined it, and seems bigger than expected as well. For $190, one cannot expect heirloom quality furniture. This fits the bill of functional, well-made , attractive furniture. I would recommend.
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  3.0 stars
Decent table if you ignore the details from Seattle, WA on 03/30/2014 – Verified Buyer
I really wanted to like this table, but as soon as I started unpacking the pieces from the box, I could tell the quality wasn't the best. Considering the price I paid for it, though, the quality wasn't totally unexpected. What frustrated me the most were the assembly directions. I've put so many pieces of furniture together, but this was the most difficult thing I've assembled, so poor quality + bad instructions = disaster for me. It didn't help that the nail holes for the leaves were slightly misaligned with the main top of the table. It took a couple hours to put the entire table together and it does look nice in my dining area, but upon closer inspection, you can tell it isn't top quality. The table is a good size for a small space and I do like the drop-leaf.
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  4.0 stars
Nice table, great value from Avon, OH on 02/04/2015 – Verified Buyer
We wanted a small round drop-leaf table for our sun porch. Needed something to fit into a pre-determined space. After looking at a gazillion tables on-line, found this one on Wayfair. The table has to be put together but it's not difficult. Best to have two people to assemble leg components. Instructions are fairly clear. Assembly time is around two hours. The leg assembly was spot-on, all pieces fit perfectly. The hinges on the top/drop-leaves did not all line up with pre-punched screw holes. Easily solved by carefully positioning hinges with a couple screws to hold fast, then re-punching screw indents with sharp nail to center up remaining screw holes. Once assembled this is a very sold table with the four supporting legs when open - something a pedestal table does not provide with a 48" top. Shelves are handy for accent pieces or storage. With leaves down the table is perfect fit, then easy to move out and raise the leaves. The table was advertised as 'wood'. The legs are indeed solid wood but the top pieces are laminated pressed wood - somewhat disappointing and requiring more careful treatment. But overall, as a porch table with casual use, this is a great value and looks terrific. It is exactly what we were looking for at a not-too-expensive cost. Highly recommend.
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  5.0 stars
Just what I was looking for! from Marthasville, MO on 03/16/2014 – Verified Buyer
I have wanted this table from Pottery barn for some time but would never part with the $600 they were asking for it. Imagine my delight when I found it for less than $200 at Wayfair! The time it took to assemble was a couple hours and would have been easier with a second set of hands but it can be done alone. The leaves, when extended, are perfectly flush with the top and are well supported underneath. I'm very happy with my purchase.
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"Hi, how tall is this table?" — Reuben
"Hi Reuben, this table is 30.75" tall."
— Damien from Wayfair
"Hi, what color is the finish on this table in white?" — Natalie
"Hi Natalie, this white table has a bright white finish."
— Adam from Wayfair
"Hi, what is the weight of this dining table?" — Melinda
"Hi Melinda, the weight of this dining table is 71 lbs."
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"Hi, what is the table made of?" — Jane
"Hi Jane, the table is made of rubberwood."
— Devin from Wayfair
"Hi, how thick is this table?" — Roxanna
"Hi Roxanna, this table is 2.5" thick."
— Shana from Wayfair
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