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Bring a pop of color and playful style to any room with this simple, modern and intriguing plant stand. It's perfect for showcasing a favorite houseplant or as a striking accent table. Our product designer devised this stylish table for fast and easy, no-tools assembly. Simply slide the leg pieces together and set the top in place. The flat surfaces are painted and contrast with the bare edges of the plywood. A decorative X in the top surface is created from the plywood edges of the legs. For indoor use only. Protect the bare plywood edges from moisture.
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from Washington, DC
Comments about : Easy-Up Indoor Plant Stand:
This is great! Easy to assemble, sturdy. Once the potted plant is on top, the table holds together perfectly and securely. And it looks great.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Exactly what I needed, and stylish too
By Oregon gardener
from Ashland, Oregon
Actually I got this to use as a side table by a chair, where I needed something low. Other small tables I've tried were all too inclined to tip over when my cat jumped up, but with four legs and a low center of gravity this is nice and stable (so it would be a good place to put a plant, too, if you use it as a plant stand). Since I don't plan to disassemble it, I just glued it together to make it easier to move around. It's really cute, with a retro feel like a 60s flying car, or R2D2 (but small enough to get away with it). The color is good (not a bright red, more of an autumn red) and blends in.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Depends on what you need it for
from Baldwin, NY
This small table needs a mechanism that locks it into place once assembled. I planned to use it for an orchid. But once assembled, simply lifting the table top a little makes the legs fall off. So just moving the table without careful manipulation causes it to collapse. I'll probably gorilla glue it in place. I now put the newspaper or magazine I'm reading on it.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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