The perfect addition to any farmhouse or country kitchen, this cupboard features upper storage with a 9 paned door to keep all your items dust free. Choose from standard or vintage glass. Six spice drawers provide space for loose spices as well as miscellaneous small items like keys, pens and pencils, wooden spoons etc. The lower cupboard offers concealed storage behind two doors and primitive style hardware is used on the entire piece.
Your selection of any two Sherwin Williams paint colors are combined to create a distressed and antiqued finish that gives your piece a distinctive aged look. Made in the USA of solid woods, this piece is sure to become a treasured item in your home.
Measurements: 86h x 48w x 22d (or ask us about no cost custom sizing for this piece)
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