Dimensions (Overall): 31.7 inches (H) x 39.4 inches (W) x 14.2 inches (D)
Material: Painted Elm (Frame)
Hardware: Lacquered Metal
Tabletop Material: Wood
Weight: 24.0 pounds
Features: Storage, Drawers
Metal Finish: Zinc
Frame Color: Brown
Number of Ports: -0
Tabletop Thickness: 2.5 inches
Compartment 1 type: Drawer
Compartment 1 quantity: 3
Compartment 1 height: 5.51 inches
Compartment 1 width: 12.23 inches
Compartment 1 depth: 11.81 inches
Tabletop color: Brown
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean, Dry Dust
Item Number (DPCI): 249-16-0549
WARNING:This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov www.p65warnings.ca.gov
The Cindy console, with slightly tapered legs, just right distressed white finish and three drawers for stashing, has a basic, easy-going appeal. Perfect for country, beachy or casual settings, the console is crafted from elm wood. Its wide build provides just enough space for artwork, photos, and other treasures to be displayed while still keeping items neat and tucked away with its ample drawers. Minor assembly required.
When we got this it looked like the paint want dry when they packaged it. I got black paint on my hands and the bubble wrap had left an imprint on the entire top of the table. And the legs were wobbly. So we returned it. They took it back at target very easily without any issues
This is a well made piece of furniture for the price. However, the color is not a "peach finish"as described, but more an orangish brown. I am happy with the console and will paint it a different color.
This looks great as an entry table. The "teal" color looks somewhere between the two shades depicted in the online pictures (though it's in a dark corner in my case). The whole thing came in three pieces -- the top section with the drawers already in it, and the two leg pieces. It's just eight screws to connect the legs (allen wrench included). The quality is about what you would expect for an assembly-required piece of furniture, but it looks fine unless you're specifically looking for the little gaps. The drawers aren't on rollers, but that actually makes them easier to move in and out than the last assembly-required furniture I bought; just be careful not to pull them all the way out. I bought mine on sale for $167.99, which was a good value. The price has since gone up to a higher "sale" price, though, so beware.