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Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furiture

Posted by dkaunitz (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 15, 09 at 9:54

Anyone have experience with Crate and Barrel's ready to assemble furntiure? I am considering purchasing a side board for my kitchen and want to know how easy it will be to assemble.

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RE: Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furiture

We recently purchased the Mix console table and DH put it together very easily. From what I could tell, the instructions seemed easy to follow.

RE: Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furiture

Thanks - anyone else? I am looking at the Kipling Buffet.

RE: Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furiture

we have the kingston bookcase and my husband commented that it was good quality for the price and very easy to put together compared to other less expensive ready to assemble furniture

RE: Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furiture

I highly recommend them. We've been very happy with our purchases from Crate and Barrel. We have the Allegro extension dining table and sideboard, and the Kingston 65" media console and two-door cupboard. All were ready-to-assemble, and we were impressed by the quality and ease of assembly. It's definitely easier to assemble than furniture you can buy in a superstore - much less frustration. We'll be purchasing more items from them in the future.

RE: Crate and Barrel ready to assemble furniture

I also wanted to mention that the sideboard arrived broken. They had a new one delivered the following week and removed the old one that same day. Very little hassle. Impressive customer service.

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