SpaceCreations Classic Frame
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  • Solid MDF back panels
  • Side and top trim gives the appearance of a custom system

Classic Frame

SKU:400417001
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average: 2.0
number of reviews: 1

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$191.00 to $213.00

SpaceCreations 18" x 14" Classic Frame

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SpaceCreations® is an easy-to-use assemble collection designed to add great looking organizational opportunities to any room. Classic combines simplicity and personalization in a laminated solution. Exclusive features gives you the ability to customize your pantry, mudroom, nursery closet or any other room in your home!

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Expensive but badly designed
BruceInMaine
Mar 25, 2018
Just assembled 2 corner units and 3 of these units , and I wish I had bought real wood. The particle board is my main complaint, but their wire shelving systems are so well engineered I took the risk and ordered it. One of the first things you're supposed to do is insert receivers for the leveling screws. This is done with a mallet. I did that and then found on the top (finished) side that the very brittle crappy melamine surface cracked on every one of the 4 (2 units) I inserted. So, I stopped installing leveling screws. We have a new house and the floors are level. The rear of every unit is a 1/4" thick fiberboard. 2 of these came with glue "overspray" on them from the factory. They were part of one of the corner units, which have 2 of these rear panels in the package. There's no film between the sheets in the box, so they were actually stuck together so hard it was uncomfortable separating them because I thought the white paper face would peel off. As it was we had to try to clean the glue off and it left a slight discoloration on the white face. This face is nailed into the edge of the 5/8" thick side walls using 1/2" long nails, and you had better use the guide to set the nail depth in from the edge. Even using it, I had 2 nails go off track and chip the finished face of the brittle crappy melamine on the inside of the unit where it's visible. Luckily, this will be hidden by the drawer units I am installing, but there has GOT to be a better way. Lastly, to attaché them to the wall, you have to leave exposed (small) brackets on the tops of them, screwed into studs. This is a good idea, but with only the fiberboard for the rear of each unit, you can't use screws through it because then any pull away from the wall is pulling out the 1/2" long nails. Really poorly designed overall. If I weren't an accomplished carpenter I couldn't have made these units look good.
ID: 4161, TEXT: Just assembled 2 corner units and 3 of these units , and I wish I had bought real wood. The particle board is my main complaint, but their wire shelving systems are so well engineered I took the risk and ordered it. One of the first things you're supposed to do is insert receivers for the leveling screws. This is done with a mallet. I did that and then found on the top (finished) side that the very brittle crappy melamine surface cracked on every one of the 4 (2 units) I inserted. So, I stopped installing leveling screws. We have a new house and the floors are level. The rear of every unit is a 1/4" thick fiberboard. 2 of these came with glue "overspray" on them from the factory. They were part of one of the corner units, which have 2 of these rear panels in the package. There's no film between the sheets in the box, so they were actually stuck together so hard it was uncomfortable separating them because I thought the white paper face would peel off. As it was we had to try to clean the glue off and it left a slight discoloration on the white face. This face is nailed into the edge of the 5/8" thick side walls using 1/2" long nails, and you had better use the guide to set the nail depth in from the edge. Even using it, I had 2 nails go off track and chip the finished face of the brittle crappy melamine on the inside of the unit where it's visible. Luckily, this will be hidden by the drawer units I am installing, but there has GOT to be a better way. Lastly, to attaché them to the wall, you have to leave exposed (small) brackets on the tops of them, screwed into studs. This is a good idea, but with only the fiberboard for the rear of each unit, you can't use screws through it because then any pull away from the wall is pulling out the 1/2" long nails. Really poorly designed overall. If I weren't an accomplished carpenter I couldn't have made these units look good., TITLE: Expensive but badly designed, EMAIL: bruce.martinson@comcast.net, CREATED: 2018-03-25 07:41:47.17, NICKNAME: BruceInMaine,