Sauder Harbor View Collection 5-Drawer Dresser, Antiqued Paint

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Sauder Harbor View Collection 5-Drawer Dresser, Antiqued Paint

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Have a wonderful place for storage that will also look lovely in your home with the Sauder Harbor View Collection 5-drawer Dresser. It is painted in an attractive distressed black finish which is very appealing and elegant. The Sauder Harbor View 5-drawer chest with antiqued paint gives any room a feeling of timelessness, so it can still go with any contemporary decor. It has expansive storage, so you can use it for a variety of situations. It also includes safety features to make sure you and your family can use this piece for years to come. The Harbor View dresser comes with safety stops as well as a patented interlocking mechanism that makes sure only one drawer can open at a time. It will make a durable and welcome addition to any room. It makes a wonderful housewarming gift.
Sauder Harbor View 5-drawer Chest in Antiqued Paint:Features:
  • Five-drawer chest
  • Patented interlocking safety mechanism allows only one drawer open at a time
  • Sauder Harbor View 5-drawer chest with antiqued paint is made in the USA
  • Distressed antiqued black finish
Assembly Instructions:
  • Drawers with metal runners and safety stops featuring the patented T-lock assembly system
  • Assembly required
  • Harbor view collection
  • Manufacturer provides 5 year warranty


Width: 31''
Model No.: 401323
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 128.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 31.024 x 17.638 x 49.724

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Rated 3.6 out of 5★ by 14reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Nice dresser I love the antique color, this is what sold me. Its a pain to put together. Lots of pieces and instructions! Its average. I would not say it worth $200.00. I could have paid 100.00 for the same quality and probably easier to assemble. I have went with cheaper brands many times so I know the quality. It is made up of the same material as others and will break if you put the nail to close the edges. Drawers do have the flimsy board in the bottom 4 plastic clips that attach to the back of the drawers for support. I reinforced the drawers with another method I found on the internet. So I think they will stay pretty sturdy and hold a lot now. Over all it will meet my needs. I don't think it will last a lifetime. I also used carpenters glue on everything I could for extra hold. 05/16/2012
Rated 1 out of 5★ by disappointed Was not satisfied with this product. My husband and I put this dresser together. We followed the manual line for line and put everything where it was supposed to go. 2 drawers broke, the bottom piece where the leg went broke and the 3 drawers that didn't break were flimsy. When we put the 3 drawers in the dresser they were leaning and did not close without hitting one another. We were very upset with this product. 05/21/2012
Rated 5 out of 5★ by This Matches My Computer Armoire! I already have the Sauder Harbor View Computer Armoire (which I absolutely love) and the Sauder Vinegate Storage Tower (using it in the bedroom as a display cabinet since even though it isn't technically part of the Harbor View collection, the finish matches perfectly!). After those two items, it seemed time to finish out my bedroom suite with the Sauder Harbor View 5 Drawer Chest. My old dresser is actually another Sauder dresser, but in a finish that doesn't match. I've had it for 8 years, and it has held up beautifully well (the only reason I replaced it was to get a matching color item). What I'm trying to say is, I trust Sauder's quality.Sauder makes a lot of what I'd refer to as "high end particle board" furniture. Unlike many brands that make particle board furniture (*cough* Prepac *cough*), Sauder actually makes rather nice quality for being particle board. Their pieces are nice and heavy and feel sturdy instead of weak. However, this is only if assembled properly...That brings me to my next point that everyone seems to complain about: the assembly. Yes, this will take you about 4 hours to put together (and I suggest having help to make things a bit easier). Frankly, you shouldn't rush through this job. I suggest reading through the instructions once fully before even starting so you have an idea of what pieces go together and what their ultimate articulation is going to be. It helps a lot. Then, lay out all your pieces and parts and go through the list, accounting for all of them and checking for damage (mine was completely undamaged). Make sure your sort your screws and other parts into organized piles at this time. Once you do start assembly, make sure you are slow, thorough and methodical to ensure accuracy (which is good advice for many projects in life). I was able to assemble my dresser easily and it is sturdy, even, and beautiful. Oh, and it's in the instructions, but as a heads up, you can adjust the individual heights of each dresser drawer so that they are all evenly spaced and perfect-looking.Unfortunately, though, when I made this dresser I thought I'd be clever and leave off the drawer Interlocking System (this prevents you from opening more than one drawer at a time) to save a tiny bit of time. That was probably a poor decision, though, as I discovered after testing that the dresser will become unstable if you open just three drawers at once. My old dresser didn't do that, but it was also a lot deeper (and much of that was empty space since the drawers were shallower by comparison). So, this dresser sacrifices a bit of stability for a reduced size profile, which in my tiny apartment is much appreciated. I then decided to retroactively put in the Interlock System, and did so successfully with minimal effort.Now that I've discussed all that, let's go through some pros and cons of this item. First, the pros. It's a very attractive item for being particle board. Yes, it does have the "cardboard" back (but every piece of particle board furniture has this - there's no getting away from it). It still looks good for what it is, and matching the other furniture from the Harbor View (and Vinegate) collection well. As mentioned earlier, if assembled correctly, it is level, strong, and sturdy (for the most part, see my cons below). On top of that, the drawers are rather spacious and make full use of the unit's size.Now, let's have some cons. The finish will scratch if you aren't careful, but being an "antiqued" finish gives it the benefit of still looking acceptable if you touch up the scratches with a furniture marker. Antique charm and all that. The one big con I really think of is the drawer bottoms, which unlike every other nice thick sturdy piece on this dresser, is made of a very thin, flimsy material (some sort of press-board, I think). This gave me some pause at first, but then I realized that my old dresser had the same sort of thin flimsy-feeling thing for it's drawer bottoms, and that lasted me 8 years of heavy use. So, maybe it won't be such an issue after all. I wouldn't use this dresser for a very young child's room, though, as they might manage to break the drawer bottoms, and besides, if they climbed up the dresser, it would surely tip over since it is front-heavy.Overall, I'm quite pleased with the dresser. It's meeting my needs quite well, and is the Sauder brand quality I've come to expect (in fact, I'll be sticking to this brand as much as possible for future furniture needs). Sauder's Harbor View collection (and honestly many of their other collections) are a great way to get a decent-looking furniture set without spending a fortune for real wood items (which will often run you $1000+ for a single item). If you're on a budget but still want a nice look, I highly recommend the Sauder Harbor View 5-Drawer chest (and much of their other stuff too)!Oh, and for anyone who needs them, here are some relevant measurements. The overall dresser dimensions are 49.5" high, 31" wide, and 17.625" deep. The inner dimensions of the top dresser drawer is 25.625" wide across, 13.875" from front to back, and 3.75" deep (note that this is the smallest of the drawers). The next three drawers measure 24.5" wide across, 13.75" from front to back, and 6.375" deep. The bottom drawer is only very slightly different from the other three, and is: 24.625" wide across, 13.875" from front to back, and 6.375" deep. Well, hope these measurements were helpful to someone! 05/07/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by I bought this dresser expecting to put quite a bit of work into putting it together as I have had previous experiences with furniture that you have to build yourself. However if you follow the directions and expect to spend at least an hour building it, it's not that bad. The result was that it looks beautiful and works great. It also has a system that you build into it that prevents other drawers from opening when you have a drawer open already. This is a great feature as it prevents the dresser from falling over. The only thing that I could possibly say that was not what I was expecting when I purchased this was that the drawers are a little smaller than expected. However, all in all it is a beautiful dresser and works well for what it was designed for. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a nice dresser. 10/04/2012
Rated 3 out of 5★ by Looks good, poor quality I've purchased other Sauder furniture, but this one is more expensive and poorer quality than the other piece. I wish the manufacturer would have included drawer braces for the bottom of the drawers. The offgas from this chest is horrible. I definitely suggest letting ventilating for a couple weeks before putting this chest in a child's room. I do like this look of this piece. 06/08/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by I like this dresser!!! This dresser overall is a 4 star out of 5. The appearance of the dresser is just great, putting it together was not so great. One of the pieces broke but was an easy fix. So I guess overall pretty decent dresser for the price. 06/24/2014
Rated 1 out of 5★ by would not reccommend walmart should tell people chest made out of partical board.three drawers were chipped. came in hundreds of pieces,half was unmarked, had to guess what part went where. very disappointed. will never buy on line from walmart again. 10/26/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by I gotta stop being cheap and buy real furniture... This is not a bad piece. In fact it looks pretty good... just be prepared to put in a lot of effort. It's like one step away from receiving a box of sawdust and some glue. It took a couple of hours to assemble this and one of the drawer faceplates wouldn't connect properly... required a little wood glue to complete. Seems about thirty bucks too expensive for all the effort. 08/11/2012
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