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Crafted with solid pine and pine veneers in an inviting honey spice finish, our Market lift-top cocktail table brings traditional farmhouse style and utilitarian charm to your ... Read more
Crafted with solid pine and pine veneers in an inviting honey spice finish, our Market lift-top cocktail table brings traditional farmhouse style and utilitarian charm to your living room. A multifunctional marvel, this design has a lift top that rises up for working, reading and eating, 3 drawers and open shelving for storing accessories, and casters for mobility. Read less

Market Lift-Top Cocktail Table

$395
4.9 out of 5
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SKU 215187 Shape Rectangle
Dimensions 50"W x 28"D x 18"H Material Wood
Style Traditional Material Content Solid Pine
Color Family Brown Lifestyle Newport Estates
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Customer Questions

What is the hight of the table when it is extended?

Asked by: Turtle
With the top fully lifted, the height is 28 inches.
Answered by: GuyWhoBoughtACouch
Date published: 2018-11-08

How tall is the area for storage between the shelf and the table top?

How much usable space is there on the shelf? It looks like the table top lift mechanism limits the amount of usable space.
Asked by: babyboomer1953
The underneath-area is about 7 inches tall. The bar thingies do indeed impede your ability to store stuff under there, but not by much - they steal about half of that 7 inches in height where they protrude. The mechanisms are only about an inch wide though, so if you're planning on putting a few small things under there like ornamental pieces, controllers, knickknacks, etc., they're super easy to work around and you'll be fine. Coffee table books on the other hand, are a bit more cumbersome. Since books are long, you're going to be limited to stacking two or three on the left and right sides before you run into that bar. Though aesthetically in my opinion, stacking books beyond that with this table would start to look a little cluttered, so you can think of those bars as "taste-guards" that prevent you from smooshing too much stuff under there. ;) Attached is a quick and dirty photo of what's going on underneath my table. You can see that I'm just barely making clearance with the right-set of books, which are about 4 inches tall.
Answered by: GuyWhoBoughtACouch
Date published: 2018-11-08
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Customer Reviews
MARKET LIFT-TOP COCKTAIL TABLE is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Table and desk It’s very convinent and can be one more desk for sure
Date published: 2018-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it! I was a bit skeptical for a couple reasons at first, but fell in love in the end: 1.) In the product photos online, the big mechanical bar that lifts the top looks rather visible and pronounced, and I was worried how silly that would look in person. Fortunately, it's not an issue at all. Standing a good 20 feet back from the table in my particular living room setup, I still can't see it whatsoever. 2.) Living Spaces uses wildly different lighting for their online photos than what their furniture will ultimately end up looking like in your home. Online, they're using insanely bright photography lights that makes every piece of furniture really pop. In person, under what are quite likely your modest and dimmer living room lights, the color of the wood feels significantly darker. It's my fault really for using a single ceiling-fan light to illuminate my living room, but I'd imagine many of you do the same thing, so it's something to keep in mind. The last photo where the image of the wood is full-frame, is the most representative among the photos of how the whole table might actually look under sunlight. Ultimately, it's a beautiful table and I'm really happy with my purchase! Bonus tip: Do not try to take this home by yourself! It's crafted with extra weight on one side in order to help stop it from tipping over when the lid is open, making this beast much, much heavier than it looks. I've had less trouble moving couches than this thing!
Date published: 2018-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Functional and a great addition We were looking for a coffee table with a lift for laptop use and a place to play games with the kids. Its a sturdy table, functional, and fits the transitional look our family room has. Great value as well.
Date published: 2018-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this coffee table Looks even better in our home than in the store. Slightly rustic, love the color and finish...very funtional and quality looking...have received many compliments on it. Love the optional raised top as well!
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice and Functional Hard wood table with easy lift top for added writing or snacking comfort....Well made with high end details. I'm impressed with the quality.
Date published: 2018-05-21
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