I got this too and guessing as many real world opinions on here help if it comes up again. Not very deep or wide compared to say an IKEA kallax. But that's why I bought it, old Victorian terrace with alcoves too small for a kallax. Price is about right for the quality. The pieces field solid enough and the unit as a whole also feels strong enough. All the sections match up well. The finish of the pieces also match but that's where you can see the lesser quality compared to an IKEA product I put this more in line of Argos products say in that regard. They do scrimp here and there. Example is, uses the same locking screws / locks most flatpack does nowadays, except this has stickers to hide the scree lock bit, rather than say hiding them in the build or plastic caps. Has 4 backing plates for the cubes without the material boxes. Ease of build 4/5 Quality 3/5 Durability (betting about 3/5 Value for money 4/5
Its not bad. The 'drawers' are nothing more than flimsy fabric boxes but they hold a decent amount, we use ours for knick knacks, in terms of the size of the individual cubes..you can fit a standard sized book standing up and have about 5cm of gap left at the top. It's quite nice used as a decorative piece more than for storage. It was easy to build and feels sturdy once in position. The box colours aren't the best and they look a bit drab, should be alleviated without much issue in a decently decorated room as it's quite slimline and quite easily 'blends' into the background. I would say the build quality probably justifies the price point overall, especially considering the location I put it in. Be mindful that the unit is very narrow and slim. Only 55cm wide and about 22-24cm deep I think.
Have you received it, is it nice?
Thank you was looking for something for my sons room!
Would love this in black or grey, heat nevertheless (y)