Now you can utilize those bothersome corners all rooms have with this corner media center.
Impressively sized, two paneled doors open to reveal a shelf and plenty of space for all the electronics so necessary in today’s modern home. You can select wraparound doors for a clean look that is easy to place in a corner. The lower portion of the media unit provides additional storage that is deep enough to house electronic components, a library of movies and games or cozy blankets and quilts.
Constructed of solid woods and made in America, our two color finishing process adds an aged and antiqued look that is the hallmark of primitive design. You can choose from one of our standard colors or use any Sherwin Williams color you like. The dimensions can also be customized to perfectly fit your corner.
Measurements: 82h x 72w x 50 corner (or ask for custom sizing at no extra cost)
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