Rated 4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joed Love it, looks great and safely holds a lot of bottles. Rustic look is awesome, this is exactly what we expected from the views on the web site. Construction is all wood (not particle board or press board) and the drawer has dovetailed joints, gotta love it. May 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bonzai Nice, rustic look Compact and fits into smaller spaces, yet comfortably holds 24 bottles in the hutch area, plus glasses and other stuff in the base unit. Solid with a rustic look. June 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Emily82 Very nice piece of furniture This is a very pretty, rustic-appearing wine cabinet. It was easy to assemble, just attaching the top to the bottom and appears well made. It's a nice addition to our living area. April 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by JenniferG Not as much assembly required but comes with a hefty surcharge I'm torn with this purchase. I do like the look of them. I bought two companion hutches to hold my crafts. I love the look. It looks like I have a little craft country store in my den. So cute! I was surprised that not much assembly was required. I'm used to putting WM furniture together. So I was happy that I didn't have to do much but the quality just doesn't seem as good. The hardware is a bit cheap and rotates 180 degrees so they sometimes overlap. The stains are inconsistent. It would have been nicer if the stain of each piece was closer. It just didn't seem like my typical WM furniture purchases. Having said that, I'm keeping them because even though I got them on clearance, the huge surcharge makes it an impractical return and they work well for the purpose I had in mind for them. I don't see how this piece works for wine storage. August 3, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by 1DevotedDame Cute, except... ...the top cubbies are crooked. I'm a fairly petite chick (5'2", 100#), and was able to assemble this by myself with a houseful of wild children, in about an hour. Because of its size, the most challenging part was removing the bottom cabinet from its box (while keeping the box intact for the aforementioned kiddos to play with). The finish is awesomely rustic, even if the color is sprayed on. I plan to take detailed photos of it, and ask a local hobby woodworker to replicate it one day -- I love the style, but I'm not sure how long the unit will last. Especially the drawer. It's a very very rustic drawer, without side rails. I fear that the center beam underneath the drawer will wear down and cease to be functional. Just my personal experience with these types of drawers; others may not have problems. Oh, and the cabinet pulls are the exact same hardware that's used on the drawer -- They swing from side to side on the cabinets, and up and down on the drawer. Which works out really cool for putting an old timey padlock on the cabinet without using a chain. ;-) The biggest disappointment, aside from mine not being "solid" wood like one of the other reviewers' units (definitely some plywood/MDF used here, which I know is technically wood, but still), is that the top cubbies are crooked. They're both equally crooked, sloping up and toward each other, trying to form an inverted V. Doesn't really work for my purposes (displaying stemless cocktail glasses), since the slope reduces the cubby dimensions by a good half inch toward the center of the hutch. That, of course, means that space is freed up in the cubbies immediately below, but those two have level bottoms, so the top two sets of cubbies look funky while the remaining four sets look great. If everything was slanted, I might be able to do some fun chevron or herringbone thing with it. The bright side: Customer service has been great. :-) Thank you! December 4, 2015
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