Why don’t you want particle board furniture from a “big box” store? It simply doesn’t hold up. And for many consumers, particle board and cardboard is not an acceptable material for furniture.
Need proof? On a recent visit to an Austin, Texas Target we found that particle board furniture doesn’t even hold together in the store.
A white 3 drawer chest was completely out of square and swayed side to side. The drawers were unable to open and close and the particle board was chipped along the bottom.
A dark Target bar stool had a large crack on the right side and obvious finish problems. A red stool was splintered where the leg screwed in.
We sell ready to assemble furniture too, but our furniture is made from real wood and built to last.