WARNING:This product contains chemicals or substances, including dust and phthalates, known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products generates wood dust. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Bring a touch of modern style to your room with the Wood TV Console with Metal Legs from Saracina Home. This console supports televisions up to 55 inches and has ample storage space to keep clutter to a minimum. The handy cable management holes in the back of the console keep cords neatly organized and out of sight for a clean and sophisticated look.
Parts of the TV stand are not completely painted and/or paint peeled off when removing the numbered stickers. At a distance, it looks okay and is functional. If you were to walk up close to the item, you can easily find imperfections. For the price, I would expect a little better quality as this item is similar to creating IKEA furniture (which typically costs less).
*Unrelated to the item, I also had terrible customer service with Target. First with a chat specialist and then had to call 3 separate times until the person I spoke with actually helped me and didn't say they were going to transfer me which ended in a disconnection during each of my first two calls.
I like the product. You most definitely need two people to assemble it. I assembled it by myself and it was extremely challenging. There was a couple of instructions that weren't very clear. I after all of that do like the finished product.
The doors do not stay closed! We tried so many ways to get them to be aligned and closed, sadly to no avail. The wire holes are gigantic and in every cutout section so you see it even if you strategically place items in front. Looks cheesy and is a pain to put together. Look for something else.
I do love this tv stand, however, One part of the instructions were wrong so we had to take it apart because the piece wasn't fitting on the side it said it was supposed to go on and put it on the other side. I definitely do not like how ridiculously huge the wire holes are in in the back of each compartment. It's hard to hide with a picture frame or decoration and they shouldn't be in the dead center of the back either. They should be at the very bottom with a smaller cut-out. I'll have to find something to go over those holes eventually. I wouldn't say it was even worth the amount I paid for, but it does look nice and I'm happy with it other than that.
The stand overall looks great. It fits my 50" TV with room to spare. The shelves can hold 2 rows of DVDs per shelf. The hardware looks great. I had to fiddle with the hinges a bunch to get the doors to close properly, but they're fine now. The materials are what I expected. It's not solid wood, but it looks nice. Nothing came scuffed, scratched, or broken. My only complaint was the assembly. It took a good part of a Saturday to put together. And I wasn't able to get all the proper screws into the metal frame on the bottom. You're supposed to put these screws in the corners and along the long sides of the frame to attach it to the bottom of the wood. I could only either get the corner holes or the long side holes to align. I chose to just screw in the corners, figuring those were the anchor points. So far so good. I've been using it for a couple months now with no issues or concerns about it. There are also a few screws you need to screw into the wood with nothing but an allen wrench. That killed my hand by the end of the day. And the diagrams in the directions were a little hard to follow. I managed to put a couple of the shelf sides on backwards. By the time I realized it, I would've had to take the whole thing apart to fix it. After looking at it, I determined it was just for aesthetics so I left it. Seems to be fine. Other than being more of a pain than anticipated to assemble, it's great. But what furniture isn't a pain to put together?