Natural Bamboo Coat Tree -- Serves the purpose
The first one I received was damaged in shipping -- box not well padded; but the second one was in good condition and the store was very accomodating and prompt about the exchange. Overall, I am quite satisfied with this item. It does the job and matches my wood floors perfectly. The coat tree has a smaller footprint than many others and works well in my bedroom. Perfect for a child's room. It is fairly well constructed; nothing spectacular but worth the price; the wood is smooth and only the pre-drilled screw holes and the base seams splintered slightly -- in hidden locations. It looks exactly like the web photo. Very easy to put together -- just need a Phillips head screw driver. Pegs of varying size are serviceable. I recommend it if you're lookikng for a serviceable coat tree that's fairly sturdy and well balanced.
December 9, 2010
This coat tree is beautiful!! I had searched many stores online and this was the best--price, beauty, sturdiness combo. I saw it at a store and had to get it. It's quite versatile. When the winter is behind us it will be a beautiful part of my decor. It's very contemporary and compliments my decor very well. It was also very easy to install. So glad I bought it. Worth every penny.
February 15, 2011
Beautiful, useful and space-saving
The wood coat tree is pretty matching other furniture in my apartment. Because the base is rectangular and small, it can nicely stand behind the door, where I put it to save space at the entrance. Eight hooks, ( three of them branching out) in different level offer many hanging options. One problem I had was assembly -- screwing the main pole. The particular position made it hard to screw straight. Mine didn't go straight and got stuck. Unscrewing and starting over was very difficult.
April 25, 2011
Sturdy Coat Rack
The coat rack was very easy to put together and very sturdy. It has a nice appearance and color. My one issue would be the height of the item, I thought I would be taller. But it is a good size for families.
December 7, 2011