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I wonder if someone might like your tippy cabinet for their garage? could it be bolted to a wall to keep it from tipping over?I've bought multiple pieces of furniture online that had some assembly required, some pieces had a lot of assembly. We've been pleased with every purchase- lift top coffee table, smallish floor cabinet for the kitchen, a very nice dog crate/end table, a coat rack and bench (with storage) for the entryway, until the tall cabinet. The tall cabinet was defective, it took us two hours to put it together and the doors wouldn't shut correctly, wasn't steady (I was afraid the grands would pull it over on top them), and it was just shoddy. Call to Birch Lane, and I was rather irate, they gave me my money back and told me to donate or dispose of the cabinet. It has to go to the landfill because it's just unsafe.
I'm very pleased with how they handled the situation. And I'm looking for another cabinet at Birch Lane, but I will better check the reviews.
And we did put the Ruggable rugs down, and I love them. The pattern (floral) and colors brighten the dark neutral furniture perfectly. We'll soon see how they wash and vacuum.
I don't like throwing things out either, and I'd normally send something like this to Goodwill, but it's not safe. I don't think it would hold up to wall mounting brackets, the entire back is like heavy duty wallpaper. Maybe an angled bracket from the top...I wonder if someone might like your tippy cabinet for their garage? could it be bolted to a wall to keep it from tipping over?
Not for you to keep, but someone crafty could probably do something with it?
Sorry, I am landfill phobic