|Portland Bedroom 5 Drawer Chest||42.5" H x 28.5" W x 11.75" D||65 lbs|
|Design:||Standard Chest (Vertical)|
|Product Category:||Dressers & Chests|
Tvilum Portland Bedroom 5 Drawer Chest
Vicki from Colorado– Verified Buyer
I am disappointed in this chest. It is a lot smaller than I was expecting. The drawers are tiny and the whole thing wobbles. The finish is fine. Look for the dimensions before you buy!
Nancy from Utah
The drawers in this dresser aren't nearly as deep as I thought they'd be. It would work well for an infant or younger child. Quality is good and assembly was easy.
Great "Starter" Dresser
Kelsey G from Brookline, MA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
This dresser is a bit smaller than what I expected, but it was cheap and easy to put together so I can't complain. It looks just like the image.
fine for price
Haley Freeman from Elk Ridge, Ut.– Verified Buyer
Drawers are fine for what we needed them for and good for the price.
Jennetta Ford from Park Forest, IL– Verified Buyer
Served the purpose in our guest room. Holds more than enough guest clothes. Actually didn't really need the 3 drawer chest to match but glad we did. Looks good with books and vases on top too!
Dawn from Mount Pleasant, MI– Verified Buyer
I bought the 3 drawer and 5 drawer dressers. The 3 drawer is more of a nightstand, really. I got it for my 10 year old, but I can barely fit any of his clothes in there. The 5 drawer is also pretty small. It is a decent height, but the drawers are so shallow... My teenager has to hang his pants in the closet; they won't fit in the drawers. Also, the materials are not of good quality. I would not recommend these dressers. I did buy one of the Hazelwood Home 7 drawer dressers, and I love it. It is of a much higher quality than these portland dressers. I would recommend that one! Hope this helps!
Amber from Fort worth, TX– Verified Buyer
Easy to put to gether looks great. I got two. The three star is cause the draws are pretty small and i had to put it togeher mostly as the instrution are only pictuers no word at all. So my husband had a hard time and i had to take over. Turned out to be easy ans we had a good time working to gether but i am 6 mouths pregnet and we had two so i was in the floor a long time and my husband was lil upset. And the back is card bord and we will be moving soon i hope they dont fall apart. Like all the other things i have that had card. Bord backs. Other than that so so far its good and i like them
Larry from South Lebanon, OH– Verified Buyer
This is a piece of furniture made of pressboard that is functional but it has it's limits. It's fairly heavy, considering it's basically made of sawdust and glue. The instructions are simple, and it's somewhat time-intensive to put together, with the greatest amount of time devoted to putting the drawers together. All in all, it took me about two hours to put it together. Some watch-outs: the drawer handles are plastic and not threaded, so the handles can go on kind of wonky. Further, while the drawers are lined, the vinyl can come off easily on the drawer tracks, making the drawers difficult to open or close. Also, the "pins" that keep the drawers from coming out if you pull them far enough are plastic and it wouldn't take much for a child to pull a drawer out onto feet.
Love it in my girls room!
Melissa from Loganville, GA– Verified Buyer
Alot of pieces but, not to hard to put together!
Chris from wayland, MA– Verified Buyer– Top 100 Reviewer
Good for apartment living, but is difficult to assemble and is not of great quality. Mostly constructed of particle board and plastic.
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