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    Erasmo Paris

    2019-12-07

    I put the table together by himself didnt have any problems. This table is so pretty and looks more costly than it had been! Im so happy I decided to get it. I love the contrast between the light and dark. Its also very strong and doesnt feel at all cheap!! I'd definitely recommend this table set!!

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      Elida Grumbles

      2019-10-31

      Easy to put together, I am 61 yrs. And I was done in 2 hrs. The only problem was when I ready to screw the final wood screws to attach the seats, it was not marked which side would have to be up , and I had to redo three chair's . The seats sit nice and firm, that i enjoy., Pros: sturdy, great color simple to erect and seats are nice and firm Cons: the seat has to be marked which side is top and or bottom so when you go to attach the cushion you have it correct.

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    Joan Wiers

    2019-11-09

    A little difficult to put together if you don't have a power tool. Honestly the power tool made all the difference. We also used wood glue to carry it together even more which I highly recommend. There is no damage to it when I received it however I believe the table is a soft wood and I don't recommend writing on top of it without something underneath, otherwise you could have indents in your table. It's beautiful though and I've received lots of compliments. It's way nicer to have the ability to face your guests and socialize this way than having half a table against a wall so you end up eating and face a wall than face your guests. :)

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    Margherita Coby

    2019-10-05

    I was surprised at the product quality. I wasn't expecting high quality for the purchase price, but when I acquired them, I had been happy- they are sturdy and look great. I bought two, and the packaging was different. I was expecting maybe two separate stool boxes shipped together, like if I had bought them at the store. Instead, it was a big box, with the pieces for both stools, wrapped inside. They were easy to construct.