For smaller spaces or just something a little different in media storage, this cabinet just might be the answer.
Constructed of solid reclaimed barn woods and made in America, an upper area provides space for your television, computer and other components while a lower shelf can hold storage baskets of DVDs, games and other fun items. Two little corner drawers sitting atop the carved skirt add a surprise element by providing an easy to access spot for remotes and cables. You can select the door style that works best for your room (hinged, wraparound or pocket), panel style and both the undercoat and outer color. This two color process adds an aged and distressed finish to your primitive piece. As with all these pieces, dimensions and color combinations can be customized to your exact specifications. Great for media items, this versatile piece can also do double duty as a pantry and workspace in the kitchen or hallway storage for all your beautiful linens.
Measurements: 81h x 54w x 22d (or ask for custom sizing at no extra cost)
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