Kitchen Island Breakfast Bar

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3-piece Kitchen Island Breakfast Bar is the right fit for a not-so-big kitchen. Drop-leaf wooden tabletop extends extra surface area for dining, serving and working. When you're done, reclaim floor space by rolling it into a corner or against the wall. Two stools stack neatly underneath a pair of drawers (one contains a removable cutting board). Two towel bars add convenience. Rubberwood with natural top and painted, composite wood base. Assembly required.

  • Island is 32" w x 33" h x 29 3/4" d (with leaf up) and 15 3/4" d (with leaf down)
  • Stools are 11 1/2" diam. x 20 3/4" h



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Kitchen Island Breakfast Bar

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  • 3 Star Review
  • Date: December 08, 2015
  • Reviewer: 
  • riverside, ca
  • too small

  • Smaller than I expected.
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  • 4 Star Review
  • Date: October 12, 2015
  • Reviewer: 
  • Pflugerville,TX
  • Perfect for the Small Kitchen

  • Although assembly took some time, it was well worth it! I use it as an island, for meals, and as a buffet when I have friends over. Very versatile!
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  • 4 Star Review
  • Date: October 01, 2015
  • Reviewer: 
  • Brunswick, ME
  • Exactly What I Needed

  • This unit is perfect for my tiny kitchen. The floor space is 5'5" by 4'2", so I never dreamed I would find an island, let alone a table, that I could move around while cooking. And, then to find a unit that stored two stools under it, was unbelievable. I had been considering a drop-down wall unit, and even then, I would have had to find somewhere to store chairs. The things I would improve would be larger pilot holes for the screws, pegs that actually fit holes for the drawer stops and those things that look nice and cover screw holes, SMALLER holes for drawer knob screws and you MUST have wood glue for those screw hole covers and drawer stoppers. I also had to use it to hold a knob on and seat a screw that was, inverse to the others, too small for it's pilot hole. The biggest assembly difficulty was lining up the table to attach to the stand. It was nearly impossible to see the pilot holes through the stand surface. I had to paint the holes white and use a flashlight, adding to assembly time. With time for glue to set at various points, assembly took three days. I allowed 24 hours for glue to dry after each use. Finally, it would help to have a variety of screws on hand at home. I was shorted one small screw, and had extras of others.
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  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: September 29, 2015
  • Reviewer: 
  • Corning, NY
  • A Great find

  • After assembly fits nicely in my kitchen where space is premiering
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  • 4 Star Review
  • Date: February 03, 2015
  • Reviewer: 
  • MABANK, TX
  • GREAT BUY!

  • GOOD PIECE FOR THE PRICE... GREAT FOR EXTRA SPACE!
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    • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful