What's Included: Cocktail Table (1), End Tables (2), Lamps (2)
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Merlot finish transitional style occasional table group completes your decor with style and elegance. Reverse inlay veneers in the pie shape pattern lives up the surface of the table top. Birch veneer tops and shelves in a rich medium cherry finish. Durability and stability the metal legs provide a strong base and the shelf ties the legs together for extra stability with a powder coated finish. Pewter curved curved legs and frames makes this group versatile in any living space.

Golden Bronze Table Lamp with tapered fluted poly body. Matte golden bronze finish with off white tapered linen HB shade with rolled edges. 
Size:
  • Cocktail Table 36"W x 20"H x 36"D
  • End Table 22"W x 25"H x 22"D
  • Lamp 16"W x 31.5"H x 6"D
Product Features:
  • Style Transitional
  • Color Medium Cherry and Bronze
  • Product Type Bundles
Does Aaron's check my credit?
As part of the online approval process, Aaron's will check creditworthiness and information from third-party reporting companies, but no established credit history is necessary. Aaron's minimum lease requirements include a verified source of income, residence and 3 references. Leasing online does require that you provide additional information.
How do I make my payments?
Your first payment for an online order must be made using a debit or credit card. Once the first payment is made, your local store will accept cash, checks, money orders, and all major credit cards, or you can continue to pay online. If you are interested in online payments, please go to account.aarons.com and click on “Register.”
Can I pay out my lease early?
Absolutely! In most stores, you get our 120 days Same As Cash option. In a limited number of stores and in California it's 90 days Same as Cash.
What is Aaron's return policy?
You can cancel your lease anytime you want and we’ll pick up the item free of charge. There’s no refund for any payments already made, however if you decide to resume your lease, you’ll pick up right where you left off.