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I have been looking for a great table and chair set for my grand-daughter’s bedroom for awhile now. So I was super excited when I found this great little company called KidKraft. I am in love with their products.
This little table and chairs set is very well made. The pieces are thick hard wood (not the cheap stuff you get at other places), it is solid and very high quality pieces. You get the small table and two small chairs with this set. It is small, it’s great for toddlers though. As you can see in our pictures my 7 year old can sit on the chairs but they are a bit small for her, my grand-daughter though is only three and I think it will be perfect for her.
The center piece in the middle opens up and you can store toys, crayons, legos, etc. inside. There is a little net bag that keeps it attached to the table for easy storage. My grand-daughter loves arts and crafts so I plan to put some crayons, pencils, paper, and other art supplies in the middle for her as a gift. She can pull out her supplies and draw then store it away when she is done. Great for building toys too!
Now as a mom I always want to know how hard is this going to be for me to put together. I see so many cool things but they are a nightmare to build so I don’t bother with them. This table and chairs though literally took us about 10 minutes to build. So easy. The table is one solid piece and all you have to do is attach the legs which have screws on the end and the hole are already installed so all you have to do is flip it over and screw them in! So simple takes a minute to do it. The chairs come in two pieces the seat and the back, just slide the back into the slot and screw in two bolts (included) and then screw in the legs (same as the table). So in about 5-10 minutes we had an adorable table and chairs. So simple.
We are very happy with ours. I plan to give it as a holiday gift for my grand-daughter. Can’t wait for her to open it.
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