tcs
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    May 15, 2018
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      • Review count
        1
      • Helpfulness votes
        1
      • Average rating
        4.0
        4 out of 5
      • First Review:
        May 15, 2018
      • Last Review:
        May 15, 2018
       
      Questions & Answers
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          tcs's Reviews
           
          A slightly taller take on the Calvin cabinet, our Harding Espresso Shoe-Storage Cabinet provides loads of style for those on a shoestring budget. This completely contemporary cabinet features 4 shelves with space to spare plus a top drawer for even more storage. Slatted front doors include sturdy solid-wood handles and the espresso finish and wedge-shaped feet belie this cabinet’s discount price tag.
           
          I first want to say that all the reviews i read about the instructions being terrible was just no...
          PostedMay 15, 2018
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          4.0 out of 5
          I first want to say that all the reviews i read about the instructions being terrible was just not true. I have put together a lot of furniture before so that was a help for me, BUT if you follow the instruction and do things in the order they specify you will not have a problem. Its like IKEA stuff, its all in pieces. its takes some study of the instructions and you need to know how to read and decipher drawings to have the assembly flow easily together. I should add that i do drafting and design for a living, so i know how to read plans, so for someone NOT familiar with reading plans, it would be difficult, but honestly, all the information is there. it looks great and is heavy duty. it Read More
          I first want to say that all the reviews i read about the instructions being terrible was just not true. I have put together a lot of furniture before so that was a help for me, BUT if you follow the instruction and do things in the order they specify you will not have a problem. Its like IKEA stuff, its all in pieces. its takes some study of the instructions and you need to know how to read and decipher drawings to have the assembly flow easily together. I should add that i do drafting and design for a living, so i know how to read plans, so for someone NOT familiar with reading plans, it would be difficult, but honestly, all the information is there. it looks great and is heavy duty. it arrived with one small damaged corner (minor) and it was in the back, so i cant tell. they could have added some small rubber dots on the inside of the doors so when they snap closed the sound is not load, but that's something i can pick up and add. (the door hinges are spring loaded, very nice). I'm very happy with it. it took me about 2 hours to put it together. Read Less
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          A slightly taller take on the Calvin cabinet, our Harding Espresso Shoe-Storage Cabinet provides loads of style for those on a shoestring budget. This completely contemporary cabinet features 4 shelves with space to spare plus a top drawer for even more storage. Slatted front doors include sturdy solid-wood handles and the espresso finish and wedge-shaped feet belie this cabinet’s discount price tag.
           

          It the back of the cabinet finished?

          Asked by
          LazzzyLace
          April 7, 2017
          Asked by
          tcs
          May 15, 2018
          Answer: 
          no, you need to put it against the wall