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Introduce Hollywood glamour and sparkle into your dining space with the Adiva server bench. The antiqued mirror facades will catch the light and reflect the images of your beautiful dining room decor.
3 out of 5 stars
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Review by Latoya /
(Posted on 12/6/2016)
We bought this product back in August and it's truly a wow piece. However you cannot pull to tighten the screw for the handles to hard because it has and will cause the glass to crack. Also the inside door has chipped and with little to no pressure applied to the inside when opening. I was just opening the door and the piece fell off. I use this piece in my front room for my entertainment centre. I don't know how to change if i can change or replace the thin glass on the door thats broken. Otherwise this is one of my favorite piece my husband bought for our house.
Review by DecoratingLove /
(Posted on 8/11/2016)
This item is beautiful, but that's about where it ends for me. I just don't think it is very comfortable or practical to use. I have this item staged in my formal dining room and I store serveware inside it. A 1-inch piece of the wood surface chipped off as I accidentally tapped the side with a salad fork - not much force was required to chip the wood at all. Also, using the two main doors is a bit awkward due to the height of the item, and the handle placement on the two doors should be more towards the inner edge of each door. Their placement in the middle of the door - while it looks nice - causes you to exert a bit more force to open which can cause the doors to swing out quickly. I'm sure this piece was designed more with beauty than ergonomics in mind, but just another variable to consider if you want a usable, practical piece. Also, the glass panels on the top are very thin (3/16") - not very durable if you want to store more weighty items (bottles, trays, etc.). So with that said, the item is phenomenally beautiful, and it will be used rarely in the formal dining room as a focal piece.