Assembly Details: Adult assembly required, tools not provided
Frame Color: Gray, Brown
Tabletop Thickness: .5 inches
Tabletop color: Brown
Table base style: Storage base
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Warranty: 30 day limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 249-17-2315
WARNING:This product can expose you to chemicals such as Formaldehyde and Phthalate which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, developmental toxicity, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov. www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Add simplicity and style to your livingroom with the Pierre coffee table. The clean colors and angled, tapered legs of the table are clear hallmarks of its mid-century modern-inspired design. The Pierre's engineered wood frame is finished in a delightful and two-tone color palette. The table features two open shelf spaces with a central divider, giving you many possibilities for storage and display of magazines, books, and decor. The Pierre's under clearance area makes it easy to clean underneath and around the table, making it a practical addition to your home. The color and minimalist design of the table make it easy to coordinate with your existing decor. Made in Malaysia, the Pierre requires assembly. Dimensions: 14.17" High x 39.37" Wide x 18.9" Deep; Shelves: 7.48" High x 18.82" Wide x 18.9" Deep; Legs: 5.99" High
Plastic legs feel very cheap. There are no holes to guide you in the process of installing them onto the table. I got it on a decent sale, and I didn’t want to go through the process of returning it so I kept it. Almost feels like a novelty. Looks great, but I don’t feel great about it. Also came with a rather large smudge which I later tried cleaning off but it wasn’t the sticker residue left over but a bad scrape under the sticker that might have been placed there to hide.
Overall, yes it’s adorable when put together. BUT one of the main pieces came damaged. (Didn’t realize it until it was all put together) The assembly was extremely difficult. The legs are cheap plastic and there were no pilot holes so you just had to give it your best guess. My advice: skip this product. There’s so many just as cute and hopefully not as much of a hassle.
This table looks beautiful, but it was a nightmare to assemble, and probably not worth it unless you really like the look of it. I ordered it and when it arrived I could tell it had been a return with the way it was sloppily packaged (hardware was open, assembly instructions were crumpled up and it was oddly taped up). I gave it the benefit of the doubt and started assembling it. When I got to part of the instructions to attach the legs to the bottom of the board, there were no holes drilled to attach them. That was super frustrating. I decided I would try ordering a new one - thinking it must be just a strange mistake that there were no holes. Nope - the second table shows up and it was also obviously previously returned (and this one was actually missing a screw) and there were still no holes drilled for the table legs. I almost gave up at this point but I've been searching for a coffee table for so long and really wanted to make it work. So I ended up drilling my own holes where I thought it seemed like the legs should go, since there was literally no indication where I should put them (mind you, that's 4 holes per leg x 5 legs = 20 holes...this was kind of a pain) and it worked out fine. But if I had paid more attention to the reviews here (which I didn't read until after I received it to see if anyone else had issues) and saw that multiple others had issues with no holes drilled, I probably wouldn't have ordered this table.
Also, shame on me for not measuring the dimensions, but this table was a bit smaller than I expected it to be. But it still has a nice look to it. The plastic legs really don't bother me at all - you can't really tell they are plastic when the table is just sitting in a room unless you were examining the legs up close. If you didn't know, you might think they were a painted wood.
Overall, do not recommend unless you are okay with having to blindly drill your own holes for the table legs. Since both of the tables I received were clearly prior returns, I'm not sure if this is an issue with customer service not paying attention to why these are being returned, or if maybe the returns were not marked as a defective item, but when I return one of the tables I'll definitely be making note that it was defective in hopes that it does not get sent on to someone else.
The legs of this table was a serious issue. Not only were they plastic but the holes weren't pre-drilled--which made installing them something of an issues. I would definitely keep these points in mind before purchasing this piece.
I like the table it’s self with the two compartments for storage. it was easy enough to put together, but the legs are PVC, plastic. What gives?? It really cheapens the look of the table to me so I am buying replacement legs that are metal... if you get this table on sale and upgrade the legs then I recommend this product.
Target's inventory has been getting better in recent years. I love this table and the color is richer than I anticipated for the price, which is great! The only thing is that the legs are just a gray plastic which was not in the information and I think is pretty tacky for the price, but they're so low and out of the way that it wasn't a deal breaker. Will maybe one day just replace them with nicer legs. Easy install instructions and it look really cute overall!
The main body of the coffee table is what I expected it would be. The legs however are a very tacky looking grey plastic, which was very disappointing. I felt like for the price some actual wood legs would have been appropriate. Also, for the assembly again the main body was fine and clear directions. The legs had no pilot holes to screw them into so you are faced with the task of trying to measure very precisely to get the legs an even spacing and really require a drill to get the screws started. Overall the legs were a major disappointment and I am planning to put more money into it now to attach actual legs.