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Mission Red Oak Magazine End Table

Mission Red Oak Magazine End Table

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Mission Oak Magazine Table Mission Red Oak

$330.00
$229.99

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Overview

The Mission Oak Magazine End Table is a necessity for any reader! Top holds a lamp, and concealed storage is behind a door styled as three drawers. Shelves hold books; magazines fit in rack on back; pull-out tray holds a snack. Furnishings are made from solid wood and veneers with a warm, mission red oak finish. Approx. 18"Wx23"Dx25"H.

• Mission style furniture
• Door styled as three drawers
• Magazines fit in rack on back
• Pull-out tray

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Reviews

Review Summary
(Based on 9 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 3.5 / 5.0

Reviews

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gramma from WA wrote on July 30, 2013

The end table was just as pictured. The quality was excellent and my son said it wasn't too time consuming to put together.

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Ron Axon from AZ wrote on October 05, 2012

Ordered the side table for my mothers room and when it arrived it matched perfectly with her mission style oak recliner. Now, the tough part was assembly. When the ad said full assembly - it wasn't kidding. Comes in a flat cardboard box about 6" think and everything is packed inside. Instructions are somewhat difficult to read and understand. Took considerably more time than I anticipated, however the end product was just what she wanted. Nice wood veneer finish, pieces fit appropriately and hardware was easy to install. Would have been a 5 star except for the moderately difficult time in assembly.

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LAURETTA ANDERSON from NV wrote on January 18, 2012

The table itself is attractive..once you get it together..you state in the description there is..some..assembly that is untrue. the whole table has to be put together..which was difficult since the instructions sent were not in english also the quality is poor..one of the pieces broke and splintered since it was not wood but compressed wood..for the money I paid I feel I was cheated with an inferior product..I did manage to glue the piece that broke and hopefully it will hold together.

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Anonymous from wrote on July 25, 2011

This was very poor quality at a high price. The picture looks amazing. The actual product was terrible. Trying to assemble was a nightmare as it kept falling apart. I would not recommend this. I expected more from "Touch of Class".

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Anonymous from wrote on March 29, 2011

Directions for assembly made no sense at all, but was able to put together on my own without much difficulty.

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Anonymous from wrote on February 28, 2011

I love the look of this table, it had everything I wanted in an end table and couldn't find in a furniture store. I wasn't happy with the fact that it was pressed wood instead of solid, especially since it was almost $300.00. We received one damaged part and had to wait for it to get here before we could put it together, however the replacement part was here within four or five days.

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Anonymous from wrote on February 09, 2011

I am so disappointed with the table because it said in the catalogue that it was wood and veneers. When we received it, it was made from osb or particle board. The cost of it should have been real wood. It looks good. Unless you knew what it was made from you would think it was real wood. I hope it will stay together. I knew it would probably cost me more money to send it back to you.

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Anonymous from wrote on January 26, 2011

the instructions were terrible. when we finally got it together it is nice.

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Anonymous from wrote on December 23, 2010

We were disappointed that, at a cost of $300, this item still had to be assembled. My husband is an engineer and a woodworker and he found the directions difficult to follow.