Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Katie Knob Ripped off First Pull
Horrible quality furniture line despite the cute appearance. Takes hours to assemble each piece and the material where the knob attaches for the drawer pull was no lie about 1/16" think and ripped out on the first pull to open he file drawer. Have no idea how to fix this!
March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KAM Nice and sturdy file cabinet for home office and/or crafter.
Heavy and good quality furniture. A lot of pieces, but it went together well.
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TnBandy Nice piece
Ordered two, and happy with them. The knob is pretty weak, so plan to replace it. One piece is marked wrong - in both kits - but rest are okay.
August 7, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Findicator1 Had To Redrill Holes for Drawer Hardware (?????)
I was very pleased with the Martha Stewart Craft Table and anticipated similar quality. For the Craft Space Standard White File it took me about 4 hours to finish assembly. The cam bolts didn't lock, the drawer hardware had holes drilled that when installed according to directions, left the drawer open about 4 inches. The thing that initially turned my opinion was the flimsy wood used for the drawer. It looked like used crate wood full of knots and holes filled-in with wood putty. The 3-per-side tiny 3mm screws that hold together the drawer and hardware look like they will pull out once I can actually start putting files in the file drawer. The next day I figured out that the reason the piece was wobbly and didn't totally fit together was that the cam-bolts and cam-nuts didn't align I had to take it apart and start over. Each cam-bold had to be screwed in individually to a specific height for the cam-lock to engage even though the cam-bolt was loose in its threads. Once rebuilt, the pieces still didn't fit together with gaps between panels. Also the file drawer only uses about 2/3 of the cabinet with a lot of empty space in back. So that is my story and I don't recommend this piece to anyone, especially if you don't have the ability to crawl up inside the piece to figure out where the hardware screw holes should be drilled. Maybe some flexibility training would help the next person have an easier time assembling this overpriced low quality piece. Martha, this is not a good thing.
October 7, 2012