What to know before you buy Convenience Concepts Royal Crest 3 Tier Round End Table
Sturdy chrome frame 3-Tiers for storage or display Glass shelves Easy assembly Will provide years of enjoyment
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We make thoughtfully designed furniture that's affordable and super-easy to assemble, with dozens of styles inspired by current trends, including traditional, rustic, transitional, modern, urban, and contemporary. With more styles and choices you're sure to find something you love.
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Convenience Concepts is an excellent resource for unique items that make great conversation pieces, whether it's a hall table to greet guests, a comfy storage ottoman, a handsome TV stand, or a sparkling mirrored cabinet. We make it easy to turn an ordinary space into something special.
Enhance your living room decor with the Royal crest 3 tier round end table by Convenience Concepts. The chrome frame provides the durability you need, while giving the contemporary look you want. Also featuring 3 tiers of glass shelves that provide plenty of space to display collectibles, or additional storage. Coordinating items available, sold separately.
Customer reviewsCute Table
This is a very cute table and achieved the look I was going for. It was extremely easy to put together. You didn t need any tools and everything just screwed together. Because of that, I do wonder how well it will hold up over time. It also came with a cleaning cloth. I have a few complaints about the table. First, a couple of the round metal pieces had a slight dent, but not enough to make me want to bother returning it. I just tried to put it together in a way to minimize seeing the imperfections. Second, the instructions say to put the whole thing together, then add the glass last. That was fine, except for the middle shelf. There was not enough room to angle the glass and insert if after putting everything together. I had to take the top shelf off, which was weirdly the hardest of all the shelves to put on because it was difficult to screw the finials all the way in, even though it looked the easiest But the second time was much easier since I guess I loosened everything up the first time. Third, the holes where the non-slip grips go to keep the glass in place are not in the same places on each shelf, causing me a minor annoyance at the lack of symmetry. I looked at the directions and they made no note about a certain way to put each shelf together so these holes line up, so it may be on purpose to help with the structure. I don t know. If it continues to annoy me, I may see if there s a better way to put the table together, but for now, I ll leave it as is.