Rated 3.5 out of 5Â by 22
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Satisfied They're nice.
We bought two to use for pantries. They're made of heavier materials than most and don't look cheap. Assembly wasn't difficult and it can be done by one person. The thin material for the back was slightly damaged in transport but still okay and they included a scratch fixing marker that really works well. We looked at lots of cabinets in lots of stores and most didn't compare in terms of quality and design. We added two more shelves to each cabinet to double the storage. Overall, a good buy and they're looking good.
January 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DebbieInBonifay Nice addition to the kitchen
We purchased this cabinet for my daughter because her kitchen was short on storage. It was relatively easy to put together, looks great and has a good deal of functional storage. I especially liked that the cabinet has separate top and bottom storage (also adds to the stability of the cabinet).
Overall, very pleased with purchase and would not hesitate to have it in my own home.
The product was reasonably priced and Home Depot offered free shipping (which was great because this item is HEAVY)
We ordered on line and product was shipped. It arrived in perfect condition, was well packaged.
Only one minor issue, it is DARK inside the cabinet so we've added two Sylvania touch lights inside. That fixed the problem.
August 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Mere Beautiful Cabinets, Horrible Packaging
The finished product is beautiful and is exactly what I wanted. However, getting it to that point is a bit tricky! The packaging is terrible! The cabinet is divided into 2 pieces and the box is not sturdy enough to hold the weight of the product together. This means that the box folds in half as you carry it. It was a nightmare to unload and a nightmare to bring inside. We ended up having to bust the box in half after it had fallen apart and been scratched up. The manufacturer should have packaged all pieces on top of each other (making a taller box) or inserted a long piece of board that would have helped stabilize the pieces. Assembly is time-consuming but that's to be expected with such a large piece of furniture. Be aware that there are extra pieces in the bag of plastic shelf inserts so not everything has "a place".
September 16, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Shorty Not so good...
Both cabinets arrived broken, one more than the other. Considering how much these weighed it was a real problem unloading them from vehicle, unpacking them to discover damages, repacking them, having to reload into vehicle and return to store. Bought the smaller one and it was fine other taking forever to put it together.
July 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by richard It is not furniture quality and it scratches easily
The cabinet is packed well. It has huge amounts of foam and cardboard to keep free of scratches and dents. But the finish on it is so soft. I took each piece out 1 by one and layed them on a rug. Everything looked fine. I have built probably 10 cabinets from particle board, and I was more delicate with this than any before.
I did my best to do all construction on the rug, but I ran out of room and had to lay 2 pieces on the wood floor. I layed them down gently, and I did not stack one piece. When the final unit was built the two pieces that touched wood had both been scratched. We are talking about the lightest amount of contact.
That worries me because these cabinets are going to get used and might get bumped, and I can only imagine they will look bad in no time. The company sends a filler pen to cover up scratches. I have not tried it yet.
My other beef with the unit is the directions don't indicate that N1 goes to the opposite end of C2. It is only obvious if you look back at the initial drawing of all the elements in the respective places. So that is just a heads up.
The unit would look much better if they used a bigger box that could accommodate a full size panel. But since the split the side walls in two there is misalignment front to back.
Which is hard to see but from the sides. Then the holes drilled for the top left door are drilled in the wrong spot. There is some flexibility in the door hardware to accommodate for misalignment, but it can not compensate for this error. From a distance it looks fine, but when building it, it is frustrating to see this flaw.
In the pictures it looks like it has a nice trim, more like a piece of furniture than a closet cabinet. But that is from the door. Yes there is a bar across the top, but the sides are still plain. I bought this because I thought it would look more like furniture.
But if I could do it over again I would just buy the plain cabinet with a harder finish. And find nice doors to fit it.
It is okay but not great. A cabinet of this size would be less money but the doors make it more expensive. I think it is priced right. But if you are looking for a piece that you hope looks more like furniture, then you need to move on.
August 9, 2013