|Brand Name||Queer Eye|
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Honey, give me the mid-century modern Queer Eye Farnsworth Coffee Table and we’ve got a SHAMAZING living room. If you’re hosting a party, and need a spot for your guacamole, this table is for you! Basic, basic, basic will not do anymore! Your living space is an expression of who you are and if you haven’t noticed, you’re pretty darn fab. With all of the open shelving, you can keep your tabletop clutter free. The classic walnut woodgrain finish on the laminated MDF and particleboard will look gorgeous without the high price tag! Pair the coffee table with the rest of the Farnsworth collection for a coordinated and fierce look for your entire room!
Complete your living room with the trendy mid-century modern Queer Eye Farnsworth Coffee Table
Made of laminated MDF and particleboard, the classic walnut woodgrain finish gives the look of real wood for a gorgeous statement piece
Keep your essentials within reach on the spacious tabletop
The 2 adjustable and 2 fixed shelves can organize your books, magazines, and electronics
The coffee table ships flat to your door and 2 adults are recommended to assemble. The tabletop can hold up to 50 lbs. while each shelf can hold 20 lbs. Assembled dimensions: 18.25”H x 41.54”W x 19.6”D1 year limited warranty includedCustomer Reviews
Nice, sturdy coffee table
This is a nice piece of furniture to add to your living room or maybe a hallway. I assembled it on my own, which took about an hour. The instructions were very clear and easy to follow. The wood is a nice color, and the table is very study. It's definitely a nice table.Monica
This is a heavy coffee table. Instructions say it'll require 2 people to put together. I live alone, so, it hasn't been assembled, yet.
I wanted to put my tv on it and place it in the guest room. The last page has the weight of each shelf. The top can hold 50lbs yet there is a warning NOT FOR USE FOR TV'S. They may want to put this ON the box or the description. They said it could cause 'sagging'. Most flat screens weigh less than 50lbs so, why can't you put a tv on it? If the top is rated for 50lbs why would something weighing 30lbs make it sag?SparkV