Louvre Bath Furniture - Espresso
An easy way to organize your necessities this bath furniture is easy to assemble and can even be secured to a wall if desired. An elegant addition to any bathroom with a rich espresso finish, stylish louvered doors and attractive metal finish hardware. Slight assembly required; screwdriver and drill needed if secured to wall.
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Worthless What a piece of junk. Several pieces already had nicks and marks when i pulled them out of the package. Some poorly covered with marker leading me to believe it was that way before packaging. The front of one of the doors was badly damaged and bothers me to see it every time i look at it. I should've returned it. Took several hours to put together. And it broke in the process. Cheapest particle board construction I've ever seen. I was screwing a leg on when a dowel broke through the particle board and sheered off the veneer. I managed to glue it back together since it was in the back. Its wobbly when it stands. It isn't worth $70. Don't waste your time or money on this absolute piece of junk! April 12, 2013
unhapphy camper This product is a piece of trash. I advise anyone looking to buy the Louvre Bath Furniture- Espresso not to. I read some of the reviews and it had a poor to fair rating , but the furniture looked beautiful. Iliked the color because it matched my bathroon., and the french doors were very pretty to. When I started putting it together one of the doors fell apart but I glued the pieces back together and it when I stood it up noticed it was wooblely so I anchored it to the wall. It stood there for about four months when the whole unit collasped I was angry. Unpon inspecting tjhe unit the anchors in the wall were still in place but press board material that the unit is made of broke and the screws worked loose causing the unit to fall. This peice of furniture looks good and is a vey pretty piece of furniture but let the buyer beware! April 8, 2013
You get what you pay for The materials are of poor quality and the whole structure isn't stable. The back of the unit is made of flimsy pieces of thin cardboard held together by a weak plastic shaft. I like the option to place the shelf in 3 different places, but it would have been better if screws were supplied to keep it in place once I made my decision. 4 plastic supports are used instead. I plan to replace as soon as I find one I like better ... and will happily pay more for it. March 24, 2013
Cheap particle board construction at it's finest As with most things from BBB my wife purchased this product on impulse without doing any homework on the unit. Although I was with her on this particular trip and can usually control her impulse shopping I cave because she was really happy about having it. From the get-go I had my reservations about the unit. Just from looking at the picture on the box I noticed that the legs didn't have any cut-outs for baseboard. I think most bathrooms have some sort of base trim- these days even if its quarter round, am I wrong? Secondly, looking closely at the picture you also notice that there is no water connection from the wall to the toilet. I don't know where this company's designers are from but I think toilets use water and the valve and lines should be accounted for? Both concerns it turned out would be justified. As far as the assembly is concerned, while it did take over an hour to put together and there are small parts, it was relatively straight forward. I can empathize with people who had difficulty with the screw/barrel nuts but I'm not sure why people have had such a difficult time with the directions. With 3/4 of the unit built, the first of my original concerns came into play. The directions ask you to mount the unit to the wall for stability, and for good reason - the piece is very unstable alone, but if you have trim on the bottom of your wall, how are you to mount it flush if there's no cut-out in the legs? I'm either going to have to shim it or make custom cuts in the legs which I'd rather not do but will if the wife really still wants the piece. Secondly, the unit has a bottom support which now conflicts with the water valve and line. I'm either going to have to custom drill and attach the piece in a higher location or notch it in some way, again something I'd rather not do given that everything is particle board. Word to the wise: read reviews, I swear it does help and it'll stop you from spending unnecessarily and save you an additional trip to BBB! March 16, 2013