Child Craft Shoal Creek Storage Chest/Toy Chest, White

Shoal Creek Jamocha Storage Chest is a lovely addition to your Shoal Creek collection. This versatile piece is a great place to store toys or extra bedding. Storage chest has hinge that locks into place when open for added safety. Storage chest features patented T lock assembly system. Storage chest is constructed from medium density fiberboard and particle board with laminate. CARB Compliant. Product is accented with solid wood detailing. Features quick and easy assembly with included instructions and hardware. Carton Dimensions: 3.5″ High X 18.8″ long X 39.9″ wide, weight: 51 pounds. Setup Dimensions: 18.9″ high X 15.5″ long X 35.3″ wide, weight: 47 pounds. 5 year warranty for defects in materials. Made for Child Craft by Sauder Woodworking, Inc.

Product Features

  • Ready to assemble; All hardware and instructions included
  • Patented T lock assembly system
  • 5 year manufacturer’s warranty for defects in workmanship and materials
  • CARB Compliant; Baby safe, non toxic finish

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2 Responses to Child Craft Shoal Creek Storage Chest/Toy Chest, White

  1. ARojahn says:

    Very picky & VERY happy! I normally don’t review items, but due to the few negative reviews on this item, I felt the need to… We could not be happier with this chest! I have been researching storage chests for my 3 sons’ toys for months now, and finally settled on giving this one a shot! I didn’t want to spend $300 on a piece of kid’s furniture that will probably endure a few dings! However, I am VERY picky about the furniture we invest in for our boys… It HAS to be sturdy, and I like it to at least start out in…

  2. meginlasvegas says:

    Almost great. Assembly was going great. This piece seemed to be coming together nicely, it is heavy and strudy. The color is a nice deep espresso and it is a clean-lined, low profile design. Just what I was looking for. That was until the last step of assembly…applying the lid support on the inside of the bench. The piece did not fit correctly and I had to muscle it into place which caused me to ruin this application. I stripped the pre-drilled holes from repeated attempts to get it on correctly. That…

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