Rated 3.6 out of 5Â by 28
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TXpals A good outdoor patio set if you're willing to assemble it
I would recommend this product but be aware that everything will have to be assembled. You will get all individual parts and if you're not up to the challenge of assembly, then this product is not for you.
The overall assembly took about 4 hours and I'd highly recommend using a socket wrench with Metric bits (as the screws are in metric).
Overall the product is very beautiful and we're excited for usage in the Spring 2012.
January 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Luisa Glass Top Imploded - Known Problem with MS Tables
I ignored all the reviews about the glass top table imploding on this Living Cedar Dining Set. I was hopeful that my table would be different. Three weeks after assembly and placement on the patio.....the top imploded on its own. I came home after an errand and the glass was all over the ground. No one had access to the table...I think the glass is not appropriate for outdoors including the change in temperatures daily. I've learned that the quality on MS products is skimpy and that outdoor tables should probably never have glass in them to begin with - glass is suitable only indoors. My bad. Am returning the set tomorrow. The set would have been great with a hard stone thick top. (For what its worth - it took me a good four hours to assemble all chairs and table.)
October 3, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Yamaha67 POOR DESIGN
I returned it. It was easy to build, looked good - but. When I went to sit down the chairs where too short. On top of that the middle piece under the table didn't allow me to extend my legs. So chairs too low for a average person and blockage under the table to stretch your legs. So if your tall and like to sit with your legs under your chair, this is the table for you.
July 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by jumpn4 Parts don't fit together!
I finally got the pieces out of the box and put the table together with no problems, but when I tried to assemble the chair, the instructions said to attach the arms to the back and then attach the seat. But you can't attach the seat because where the holes are drilled would mean the back of the seat is in the same place as the bottom of the back. It won't fit without drilling new holes which I am not comfortable doing. So I'm taking the chair parts to a Home Depot to ask them if they can drill holes and/or assemble it for me. Otherwise, I just paid a lot of money for a table... :(
April 16, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5Â by MadasaWetHen Poor quality. Cheap and defective.
Cheaply made and not worth half price. Table wouldn't go together in any way, shape or firm. Martha Stewart should think twice about her name on this junk.
July 16, 2013