Bayside Furnishings Onin Roast Hazelnut Project Table

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Remember the Bayside Furnishings Onin Project Table from way back in July? Well, this Bayside Furnishings Onin Roast Hazelnut Project Table appears to be exactly the same except instead of espresso, the color is now roast hazelnut.

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Features include:

– Wood construction with roast hazelnut melamine finish

– Adjustable shelves

– Finished on all sides

– Easy assembly with sturdy cam-lock and dowel joinery system

– Dimensions: 60″ W x 35.8″ D x 37″ H

– Maximum load capacity for top: 200 lbs

– Maximum load capacity for shelves: 30 lbs

– Made in China

If you need to contact Bayside Furnishings regarding this product or any of their other furniture, here’s the contact info printed on the box:

Bayside Furnishings Customer Service: 877.494.2536

The Bayside Furnishings Onin Roast Hazelnut Project Table is priced at $199.99.

Item number 760970.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Marsha

    I just bought this table a couple of weeks ago and it was $199.99 at the Avondale, AZ location, but I picked it up for $119.97 at the Phoenix Spectrum/Chris-Town store. I called that same Costco two days ago and no Costco in Arizona has them anymore but some in California do. If anyone else happens to pick one up let me tell you now that when you assemble it, absolutely make sure that the panels labeled “E” are facing BACKWARD. This is because there are holes drilled on that one side so that the shelf pins for the shelf in the back can go in there. I read the instructions through before I even unpacked everything from the box but still forgot about that very important instruction when I finally went to assemble it. I didn’t realize it until I went to put those back shelves in and realized what I had done. Since I used glue on the dowels as instructed, it is now impossible to disassemble!

    • Olli

      hi Marsha,
      You got it at a great price! We don’t see these tables here anymore. They’ve been cleared out for patio furniture. Thanks for taking the time to share the assembly instructions. Hopefully, it’ll help someone avoid the frustration you faced!
      Regards,
      Olli

      • http://batman-news.com Marsha Owens

        I do hope someone benefits from what I learned from my mistake! The assembly was pretty easy, I just wish I had remembered about those panels needing to go in backwards! Next time I read through the instructions, I will be sure to highlight important ones like that so I don’t miss it! Also, let me also add that if this is going in a room where the doorway is narrower than the depth of this table, DO NOT use glue on the dowels to secure the table top because you will not be able to remove it, especially if you use wood glue like I did (the glue that was included was not holding very well). It was pretty secure without using glue for the table top.
        Unfortuantely, as my husband tried to disassemble one section of the shelving using a rubber mallet as instructed by Bayside, he still managed to damage a panel (it is, after all, made of MDF and particle board, not solid wood). I am now awaiting a return call from Bayside to see how much it will cost to get replacement panels. Hopefully it won’t be too expensive. If it is too cost prohibitive, we will have to figure out how to repair the damage done or just live with it since the shelf will likely cover the damage and won’t be visible anyway.

  • Becki Terry Fisher

    anybody still have the instructions? mine did not have the instructions