Long and lean, our Cottage Sofa Table provides the perfect dimensions for a narrow space in a hallway, living room or foyer.
Crafted of solid woods, it features a beadboard top, single storage drawer and lower shelf that can hold remotes, mail, books and family photos and that all important lamp. It can also do double duty as a small desk in the kitchen or family room.
Choose from any of our custom paint and finish levels to create just the right look for your home.
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.
Primary Color: Slate Blue
Secondary Color (top): Antique Pine (stain)
Finish Level: Classic
Measurements: 30h x 47w x 16d
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