Mainstays End Table, Black Oak Finish

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By: Mainstays
Walmart #: 007140747
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  • Easy assembly
  • Engineered wood
  • Laminate finish
  • About this item

    The Mainstays End Table is finished on all sides for versatile placement.

    Mainstays End Table, Black Oak Finish:

    • Finished on all sides for versatile placement
    • Easy assembly
    • 16.299"L x 15.512"W x 19.843"H
    • Engineered wood
    • Laminate finish


    Model No.: 412303
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 15.904
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 16.299 x 15.512 x 19.843
    Origin of Components: USA and/or Imported
    Walmart No.: 7140747

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    Customer Reviews | 69 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    Customer review by SammySD

    5.0 stars by SammySD

    I purchased this table at my local store for less than $13 and was skeptical because of the price. However, I found this item to be easy to assemble and very sturdy once it's been put together. This is a nice looking little table, but be sure to check the measurements because it is quite small. I plan to go back to get an additional table because it would make the perfect little printer stand as well.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:35 - 44

    Customer review by jjstuck

    5.0 stars by jjstuck

    Great product for price! We originally bought just one of these end tables. It was fairly easy to assemble, and only cost $13.00! So we went back and bought a second one. They look just as nice as any of the $50 end tables and are very sturdy.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:18 - 24
    Usage:Every day
    Beautiful furniture piece, but....

    Customer review by cfr70

    5.0 stars by cfr70

    The instructions to assemble this small table should be clearer than it is. I initially thought I was breezing along quite nicely following the enclosed instructions...until the thing began looking like a Picasso painting with things not where they should rightfully be.. So I had to unscrew, take apart, and begin again...only the 2nd time, I basically used my own logic to assemble the parts rather than the instructions....that's how confusing they're laid out. But I did get it assembled correctly without looking at the crazy diagram they call instructions. The end result is a very nice and quite sturdy piece of furniture. I initially purchased it with the intention of putting it on my outside balcony as a place to rest my feet on while surfing on my netbook...but I liked it so much that I decided to keep it in my living room as a nice accent piece instead, and it looks beautiful. And at only $12.94---I may get another one for outside now....Definitely recommended---just be aware of the crazy instructions it comes with! :)

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    Orlando, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
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    by an anonymous customer 11/30/2011
    • No it is not painted on all sides
      by moviewatcher912/18/2012
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    • no, but you cannot see the unpainted edges, they are covered by the legs. I was worried about the same thing when I was putting it together, but when the legs are put on it covers the unfinished part. oh, just so you know, there are these brackets that you insert the screws into before screwing them into the wood, you have to have a skinny screwdriver and have to angle it to screw them in. whoever thought up that design in my opinion was in idiot and his ears must have been ringing after my tirade, but once I got it, I'm happy with the table.
      by Patty2159/23/2012
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    • The bottom of the table is not painted - the rest of the table is painted.
      by Fretful1/25/2013
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    • No - the underside of the table top is raw. There are also some raw strips showing on the undersides of some of the other pieces.
      by KAlicia1/25/2013
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    • No, the under carriage and the support's are not, you have to assemble the supports with the unpainted side facing down. The plugs that come to hide the drilled holes that DO SHOW the particle board fall right out, but if you take a magic marker may help some, but be warned the holes do show through and the plastic inserts supplied all fall out, they do not snap into place.
      by TheMuh9/23/2012
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    • it is not painted. it is laminant pressed wood, the undersides are bare, when together you do not see any of the un finished sides, unless you flip it upside down or crawl under it
      by 86TURBOZ1/25/2013
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    • No. The underside is open particle board. Unless your cleaning or your guests check the under the table(mother in law/kids) -no one else but you will see it.
      by eprisk3/16/2012
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    • If standing, all visible sides are painted. If you look under it or flip it upside down, then you will see some exposed press-board. Hope this helps!
      by bethybee1/25/2013
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    • No, The table is painted on only the sides that you can "see" at some angles you can see the unpainted wood.
      by PurplePeopleEater19971/25/2013
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    • no, it is not, particle board shows underneath.
      by msCelina1/25/2013
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    I would like to buy one of these but I would like to know how much weight it can hold safely. Please advise.
    by MayaMagination 10/14/2011
    • not sure how much weight it can hold but it's a sturdy little table. I wouldn't put a fish tank on it. what are you planning on putting on it? the answer may allow me to give you a more informed answer.
      by Patty2159/14/2012
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    • Maybe 20-30 pounds. But, end tables shouldn't have to hold anymore than that weight anyway. The little tables are very sturdy.
      by Fretful8/8/2012
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    • Its pretty sturdy. I don't know how much weight it can bear, but we have several items--phone, books, picture frame--on it and it is fine. It is well-put-together and not wobbly at all.
      by woodsie906/28/2012
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    • No more than 20 lbs, it is particle board, not made to hold heavy objects, I have a table lamp and alarm clock on one, and leaves no more room for anything else
      by TheMuh5/5/2012
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    • it held a 25+ lbs older 13" tv till we got a new tv...very sturdy item great for any size lamp that fits on it..
      by 86TURBOZ10/31/2012
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    • I put a lamp, books, and a heavy cast iron tea set on this little table. It holds really well for a cheap particle board table. Just be careful it chips and scratches easily.
      by eprisk3/16/2012
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