A classic example of Early American design, our corner cupboard features an upper hutch with glass and mullioned windows and two fixed shelves attached to a lower base cabinet with two doors and a single fixed shelf on the interior. This versatile piece can be used to proudly display beautiful china and other treasures in the upper unit and store less attractive items below. Optional seedy glass is available.
Made in the U.S.A., this solid wood piece can be finished in your choice of any of our custom colors and finish levels. A secondary color choice can be applied to specific areas for a true custom look. A light kit is included, making it possible to really highlight those special pieces.
You may be interested in having a second, contrasting color or stain on certain parts of this piece (where relevant), such as knobs, drawer fronts, top surface, or the inside backs of display cabinets. If so, please specify the placement(s) and second color desired in the Special Instructions box above.
Allow 26" of wall space from corner.
Primary Color: Antique Pine (stain)
Finish Level: Classic
Measurements: 73h x 38w x 19d
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