An interesting cutout base adds lightness to this large open shelf hutch. Two shelves in the upper hutch provide both display and storage space for china, books, collectibles, even canned goods and groceries. Two doors in the lower portion conceal additional storage space.
This piece is made in the USA of solid reclaimed barn woods and finished with a unique two-step process that gives it the look of a time worn antique. Options include your choice of door panel and backboard style as well as any Sherwin William paint colors. This versatile item will be right at home in any rustic or country setting and can be used as a media center, open storage pantry or as storage and work space in a home office.
Measurements: 84h x 72w x 24d (or ask us about no cost custom sizing for this piece)
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