Recalls: Furniture (Miscellaneous)

May 24, 2012 Kitchen Table and Chair Set Recalled by Stoneberry Due to Fall Hazard

This recall involves three-piece oak table and chair sets. The table is square-shaped with four straight, rectangular legs. The chairs have a white padded cushion seat and a slatted backrest. Both the table and the wooden parts of the chairs are a light pine color. The set has the style number 404285 however this number does not appear anywhere on the set. Read more.

February 2, 2012 LTD Commodities Recalls Sleeper Ottomans Due to Fall Hazard

This recall involves fold-out sleeper ottomans with a brown slipcover. The ottoman unfolds to three cushions on a black, steel frame. Velcro straps secure the cushions to the frame when in the unfolded sleep position. A tag with the manufacturer's registration number "VA18265(CN)" is attached to one of the three cushions. Read more.

December 29, 2011 West Elm Recalls Dover Dining Table Due to Injury Hazard

The Dover dining table is a tempered glass-top table with a brown wooden base. The base has four legs, four buttress support bars and three glasstop support bars. “West Elm” and “SKU: 2188233” are printed on a white label on the underside of the long, center beam. Read more.

November 1, 2011 IKEA Recalls Wardrobe Mirror Doors Due to Laceration Hazard

This recall involves a wardrobe door with full-length glass mirror with model number 101-604-51, supplier number 12650 and production weeks 1039 through 1048 (YYWW). The product name "PAX AURLAND" and "IKEA" and production week are printed on the rear of the mirror door on the lower edge. The mirror door is made of foil-coated particleboard and the mirror of glass. The mirror is secured with metal fastenings at top and bottom. The mirror door measures about 191/2 inches wide, 93 inches high and 7/8 inches thick. Read more.

August 12, 2011 Dining Tables Recalled by EQ3 Due to Collapse and Impact Hazards

The recalled dining tables have a round top made of tempered glass, and three interlocking wooden legs, either black or brown in color. The tables measure 60 inches in diameter and 30 inches high. They have a nearly half inch thick (10 mm) clear glass top. Recalled tables have five screw holes in the joint where the legs meet. "Model 24396" and "Made In/Fabrique Au: China" are printed on a label at the joint. Read more.

April 7, 2010 Hammary Furniture Recalls Chests and Tables Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard

This recall includes several styles of decorative wooden chests and tables. The model number, style and average price is listed below: Read more.

April 1, 2010 Chrome Shelving Recalled by King Long Metal Due to Injury Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Costco

The six tier chrome shelving unit Model # 392360 can be identified by an NSF King Long Industrial imprint on the corner collar on the side. Read more.

May 21, 2009 Ross Stores Recalls Benches Due to Fall Hazard

The benches are made of acacia wood with SKU 400037765413 and manufacturer style number GB1F printed on a hangtag attached to the bench. The acacia wood benches measure 39” wide, 20” deep and 36” high. Read more.

November 13, 2008 Lighted Showcases Recalled by Seventh Avenue Due to Fire Hazard

The 5 tier lighted showcase has a curved metal tubular frame with vertical rods, a circular metal top and bottom with a painted gold tone and black finish. A 12-watt light is attached under the top shelf. The unit also has three round glass shelves. The showcase measures about 59 inches high and 10 ½ inches wide. Read more.

September 30, 2008 IKEA Recalls to Repair Chest of Drawers Due to Laceration Hazard

The recalled KVIBY Chest is white with 4 drawers and 6 glass knobs. The recall includes chests with article number 201-080-90 and a date stamp of 0817 (first two digits indicate the year; the second two digits indicate the week) or earlier. The article number and date stamp are located on a label attached to the underside of the chest. KVIBY chests with a date stamp of 0818 and later have improved replacement knobs and screws and are not included in the recall. Read more.