finernfrogfur
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      • Review count
        3
      • Helpfulness votes
        2
      • Average rating
        5.0
        5 out of 5
      • First Review:
        February 16, 2019
      • Last Review:
        February 16, 2019
       
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          finernfrogfur's Reviews
           
          The Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Cabinet comes with trays and dividers so you can easily customize your craft area to fit your needs. Features include an extra-deep compartment for large or bulky items like a sewing machine or serger, door storage for your most-used materials, and drawers perfect for fabric or papers. Create an island with 1 cabinet or 2 back-to-back, or pair with a Martha Stewart Living Craft space Table to expand your work surface. The possibilities are endless. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stew...
          PostedFebruary 16, 2019
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          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Read More
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Your feet not being able to touch the floor may not sound like that big of a deal, but it is because of ergonomic issues and how it negatively affects your body as muscles then pull against each other causing discomfort over a period of time. The reverse side is that if I'd lower the chair to accommodate proper sitting height the table top was then playing havoc with my vision to see what I was working on because it was too close. To compromise for tall/short people if only these 2 items could be lowered in height by 3 or 4 inches.
          The measuring tape on the Craft Table is made of metal and has sharp edges that should be filed down at the manufacturer. I put a piece of Painter's Tape on the edges to protect myself from getting cut.
          As for the Craft Space Storage Cabinet (base cabinet with 2 drawers) I drilled 2 holes in the bottom towards the back of the cabinet and close to the center divider and put desk grommets to cover the holes yet still be able to feed coax/power cords/phone line through. I didn't want to put the holes in the back side of the cabinet in case it ever got moved and would be facing into the room depending how it was placed. That was a great idea to conceal coax/cords, however; while the 1 coax, 1 phone line, and 3 power cords that should have fit comfortably in the open space between the back side of the drawers and the back of the cabinet the 2 drawers should have easily closed, but they wouldn't quite close completely.
          Now for the pros:
          Wanting to keep my walls neutral, creamy white, making the room feel larger than the 10'x10' it was the Rhododendron colored furniture put a little "pop" of color in the room keeping the feeling of space to move around.
          The Corner Craft Table (desk) has a good-sized work surface. In a smaller room like I was working with a corner desk didn't take needed floor space away.
          The Craft Space Storage Cabinet and Craft Space Storage Hutch are great together. I set the hutch on top of the storage cabinet and it looked like it was 1 piece of furniture. The hutch held my CD collection, cookbooks, etc. while the storage cabinet held the landline phone, all of my computer equipment and All-In-One printer/scanner/fax and the 2 drawers below held miscellaneous things.
          The Craft Table is AMAZING!! I love how I could open 1 leaf when doing a small project like working a 100-300 piece puzzle or if it was a big project open both leaves for the full 6' length of working space and when not needed it collapses down to a narrow side/end table. The 4" rubber wheels, with locking ability, make it easy to maneuver the table regardless what configuration it's being used as. I should note that my floors were hardwood throughout my home (except kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry that were tile). Given the size of my craft room I could easily open this Craft Table into any configuration and not hit any of the other furniture and/or walls. I really love the amount, and variations, of work space this Craft Table provides. Read Less
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          Combing style and functionality, the Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Hutch keeps your craft items neatly organized and out of sight. Designed with the hobbyist in mind, this versatile piece of furniture fits easily on a countertop or work table to keep essentials close at hand while you work. The reverse side of 1 door features a chalkboard for writing out your supply or to-do lists; the other has a corkboard for pinning up your inspiration. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stew...
          PostedFebruary 16, 2019
          Overall rating 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          Quality 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          Value 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Read More
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Your feet not being able to touch the floor may not sound like that big of a deal, but it is because of ergonomic issues and how it negatively affects your body as muscles then pull against each other causing discomfort over a period of time. The reverse side is that if I'd lower the chair to accommodate proper sitting height the table top was then playing havoc with my vision to see what I was working on because it was too close. To compromise for tall/short people if only these 2 items could be lowered in height by 3 or 4 inches.
          The measuring tape on the Craft Table is made of metal and has sharp edges that should be filed down at the manufacturer. I put a piece of Painter's Tape on the edges to protect myself from getting cut.
          As for the Craft Space Storage Cabinet (base cabinet with 2 drawers) I drilled 2 holes in the bottom towards the back of the cabinet and close to the center divider and put desk grommets to cover the holes yet still be able to feed coax/power cords/phone line through. I didn't want to put the holes in the back side of the cabinet in case it ever got moved and would be facing into the room depending how it was placed. That was a great idea to conceal coax/cords, however; while the 1 coax, 1 phone line, and 3 power cords that should have fit comfortably in the open space between the back side of the drawers and the back of the cabinet the 2 drawers should have easily closed, but they wouldn't quite close completely.
          Now for the pros:
          Wanting to keep my walls neutral, creamy white, making the room feel larger than the 10'x10' it was the Rhododendron colored furniture put a little "pop" of color in the room keeping the feeling of space to move around.
          The Corner Craft Table (desk) has a good-sized work surface. In a smaller room like I was working with a corner desk didn't take needed floor space away.
          The Craft Space Storage Cabinet and Craft Space Storage Hutch are great together. I set the hutch on top of the storage cabinet and it looked like it was 1 piece of furniture. The hutch held my CD collection, cookbooks, etc. while the storage cabinet held the landline phone, all of my computer equipment and All-In-One printer/scanner/fax and the 2 drawers below held miscellaneous things.
          The Craft Table is AMAZING!! I love how I could open 1 leaf when doing a small project like working a 100-300 piece puzzle or if it was a big project open both leaves for the full 6' length of working space and when not needed it collapses down to a narrow side/end table. The 4" rubber wheels, with locking ability, make it easy to maneuver the table regardless what configuration it's being used as. I should note that my floors were hardwood throughout my home (except kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry that were tile). Given the size of my craft room I could easily open this Craft Table into any configuration and not hit any of the other furniture and/or walls. I really love the amount, and variations, of work space this Craft Table provides. Read Less
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          A versatile storage solution for your workspace, our Martha Stewart Living Craft space Corner Table fits neatly in a corner space so it takes up less room while offering more than enough storage for your crafting tools. The table features (2) pullout drawers and cubbies on the side that will keep you and your space organized and creative. Order yours now. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stew...
          PostedFebruary 16, 2019
          Overall rating 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          Quality 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          Value 
          5.0 out of 5
          5.0 out of 5
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Read More
          For my 10'x10' Creative Space Room (home office/craft room) I purchased the following Martha Stewart Living furniture -
          Craft Table Model (2 collapsible leafs 6' wide when open) # 0795000600, color: Rhododendron
          Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron
          Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron
          First for the cons:
          Martha Stewart is 5'9"...I am 5'4". When I sit at either the Corner Craft Table (i.e. desk) or Craft Table I have to raise my office chair higher than what was comfortable sitting for me in order to reach the desk/table top to work. Your feet not being able to touch the floor may not sound like that big of a deal, but it is because of ergonomic issues and how it negatively affects your body as muscles then pull against each other causing discomfort over a period of time. The reverse side is that if I'd lower the chair to accommodate proper sitting height the table top was then playing havoc with my vision to see what I was working on because it was too close. To compromise for tall/short people if only these 2 items could be lowered in height by 3 or 4 inches.
          The measuring tape on the Craft Table is made of metal and has sharp edges that should be filed down at the manufacturer. I put a piece of Painter's Tape on the edges to protect myself from getting cut.
          As for the Craft Space Storage Cabinet (base cabinet with 2 drawers) I drilled 2 holes in the bottom towards the back of the cabinet and close to the center divider and put desk grommets to cover the holes yet still be able to feed coax/power cords/phone line through. I didn't want to put the holes in the back side of the cabinet in case it ever got moved and would be facing into the room depending how it was placed. That was a great idea to conceal coax/cords, however; while the 1 coax, 1 phone line, and 3 power cords that should have fit comfortably in the open space between the back side of the drawers and the back of the cabinet the 2 drawers should have easily closed, but they wouldn't quite close completely.
          Now for the pros:
          Wanting to keep my walls neutral, creamy white, making the room feel larger than the 10'x10' it was the Rhododendron colored furniture put a little "pop" of color in the room keeping the feeling of space to move around.
          The Corner Craft Table (desk) has a good-sized work surface. In a smaller room like I was working with a corner desk didn't take needed floor space away.
          The Craft Space Storage Cabinet and Craft Space Storage Hutch are great together. I set the hutch on top of the storage cabinet and it looked like it was 1 piece of furniture. The hutch held my CD collection, cookbooks, etc. while the storage cabinet held the landline phone, all of my computer equipment and All-In-One printer/scanner/fax and the 2 drawers below held miscellaneous things.
          The Craft Table is AMAZING!! I love how I could open 1 leaf when doing a small project like working a 100-300 piece puzzle or if it was a big project open both leaves for the full 6' length of working space and when not needed it collapses down to a narrow side/end table. The 4" rubber wheels, with locking ability, make it easy to maneuver the table regardless what configuration it's being used as. I should note that my floors were hardwood throughout my home (except kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry that were tile). Given the size of my craft room I could easily open this Craft Table into any configuration and not hit any of the other furniture and/or walls. I really love the amount, and variations, of work space this Craft Table provides. Read Less
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          finernfrogfur's Answers
           
          A versatile storage solution for your workspace. Our Martha Stewart Living Craft space Collapsible Table has (2) leafs that fold up to create a table or collapse down to help you store the table in a small space. Solve your storage and workspace needs with this multi-functional table. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           

          What color is this table?

          Asked by
          BellaLouisa
          April 16, 2018
          What color is this table?
          Asked by
          finernfrogfur
          February 20, 2019
          Answer: 
          The color is called Rhododendron, which is in the green family. It leans towards an earthy green, but it has some pizzaz to it. If in doubt that it would work for your space contact Home Depot Online and ask if you can buy a part. I suggest a doorknob/drawer pull from either the Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron or the Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, Read More
          The color is called Rhododendron, which is in the green family. It leans towards an earthy green, but it has some pizzaz to it. If in doubt that it would work for your space contact Home Depot Online and ask if you can buy a part. I suggest a doorknob/drawer pull from either the Craft Space Storage Cabinet Model # 1903200600, color: Rhododendron or the Craft Space Storage Hutch Model # 046420060, color: Rhododendron or Corner Craft Table (desk) Model # 0795200600, color: Rhododendron. It's a small, light-weight part that if they'd sell it to you separately should be at a nominal cost and it would be an easy/inexpensive part to mail. Read Less
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          Keep your craft items neatly organized and out of sight with the Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Hutch. Designed with the hobbyist in mind, this versatile craft furniture fits easily on a countertop or work table to keep essentials close at hand while you work. The reverse side of 1 door features a chalkboard for writing out your supply or to-do lists; the other has corkboard for pinning up your inspiration. Color: Picket Fence.
           

          Can this be wall mounted?

          Asked by
          DBK
          December 21, 2018
          Can this be wall mounted?
          Asked by
          finernfrogfur
          February 16, 2019
          Answer: 
          Yes, it can be wall mounted, but keep in mind the material it's made of it has some weight to it and then when you put things in it adds to the weight. You'd want to make sure you're securing it to studs and not just drywall. It comes with earthquake hooks that attach at the top of the back, but it would take more than those 2 hooks to safely secure it to the wall if being hung on its own. Personally, Read More
          Yes, it can be wall mounted, but keep in mind the material it's made of it has some weight to it and then when you put things in it adds to the weight. You'd want to make sure you're securing it to studs and not just drywall. It comes with earthquake hooks that attach at the top of the back, but it would take more than those 2 hooks to safely secure it to the wall if being hung on its own. Personally, I chose to set it on top of the Craft Space Storage Cabinet. The 2 pieces together looked to be 1 piece of furniture and they sat solid and secure. Read Less
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          The Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Cabinet comes with trays and dividers so you can easily customize your craft area to fit your needs. Features include an extra-deep compartment for large or bulky items like a sewing machine or serger, door storage for your most-used materials, and drawers perfect for fabric or papers. Create an island with 1 cabinet or 2 back-to-back, or pair with a Martha Stewart Living Craft space Table to expand your work surface. The possibilities are endless. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           

          Are all the pieces apart and ready to assemble like IKEA pieces?

          Asked by
          Cagee
          August 22, 2018
          Are all the pieces apart and ready to assemble like IKEA pieces?
          Asked by
          finernfrogfur
          February 16, 2019
          Answer: 
          Yes, you need to assemble it. My granddaughter, then a teenager, helped me assemble all of the pieces I bought (corner desk, craft table, craft hutch, and craft storage cabinet). We made a great team and got the job done with realtive ease.
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          The Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Cabinet comes with trays and dividers so you can easily customize your craft area to fit your needs. Features include an extra-deep compartment for large or bulky items like a sewing machine or serger, door storage for your most-used materials, and drawers perfect for fabric or papers. Create an island with 1 cabinet or 2 back-to-back, or pair with a Martha Stewart Living Craft space Table to expand your work surface. The possibilities are endless. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           

          Does anyone have it in Rhododendron Leaf? In the pictures it looks like a soft green, but then o...

          Asked by
          Kirsten
          January 24, 2019
          Does anyone have it in Rhododendron Leaf? In the pictures it looks like a soft green, but then one picture has a room full of bright green furniture. What is the color like?
          Asked by
          finernfrogfur
          February 16, 2019
          Answer: 
          It's not a soft green. It's got a little pizzaz to it, but not bold.
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          The Martha Stewart Living Craft space Storage Cabinet comes with trays and dividers so you can easily customize your craft area to fit your needs. Features include an extra-deep compartment for large or bulky items like a sewing machine or serger, door storage for your most-used materials, and drawers perfect for fabric or papers. Create an island with 1 cabinet or 2 back-to-back, or pair with a Martha Stewart Living Craft space Table to expand your work surface. The possibilities are endless. Color: Rhododendron Leaf.
           

          How do I get a sample of this color?

          Asked by
          Elaine
          June 22, 2018
          How do I get a sample of this color?
          Asked by
          finernfrogfur
          February 16, 2019
          Answer: 
          You might want to try calling Home Depot's Online Customer Service and ask if they'd send you a small part (i.e. door/drawer knob) as a courtesy or offer to pay for the part. That's the smallest and lightest weight part and could be sent in an envelope saving on postage/shipping.
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