If you’re looking for a classy looking sewing table at an affordable price, the Sauder Cinnamon Cherry Craft Sewing Cart may be the right match.
Sauder sewing and craft table:
Take a look at the picture. The cherry finish on the Sauder sewing and craft table makes it feel right at home in a formal living area. Yet the elegant styling hides a functional sewing table, with a rolling door that encloses a storage shelf for your sewing machine.
Like most sewing carts, this piece of furniture is meant to be used intermittently, not set up permanently as a sewing station. When you’re not hemming that skirt, the sewing equipment is hidden away.
When in work mode, the sewing table has tons of functionality. A drop leaf gives you plenty of extra room to hold your material. Two hanging sewing bins are easily accessible when the doors are open. And the sewing machine itself has it’s own hiding place underneath.
The cart has sturdy castors which allow it to roll easily, yet lock to keep it in place when you are hard at work. Two adjustable shelves provide even more storage for your sewing tools.
This unit does require some assembly, but customers report that it’s extremely easy, requiring only a screwdriver and a hammer, since all the holes are pre-drilled for you.
W: 62 1/4″ (158.0cm)
D: 19 1/2″ (49.4cm)
H: 28 1/2″ (72.4cm)
Of course, for this price you’re not going to get the Cadillac. Although the wood is heavyweight and sturdy, designed to resist heat, stains and scratches, it’s what they call “engineered wood,” so close inspection will reveal that this is not your grandmother’s antique.
Antique or not, it sure looks good. And it’s small enough to fit into most rooms. Open it up to sew and close it when guests show up unexpectedly. It’s a win win.