Eighteen panes of glass (OK, so we can’t count) allow plenty of light to shine on all of your beautiful dishware, collectibles and other treasures. You can customize this piece by selecting a door panel style, adding beadboard and by choosing any Sherwin Williams paint colors for both the primary and undercoat. You can also opt for standard glass inserts or choose reclaimed glass for a true aged appearance.
Our unique two-step finishing process adds an antiqued look to the entire piece. Three storage drawers and adjustable shelves keep items out of sight or displayed at your discretion in the upper portion while another three drawers and lower storage are available in the lower portion. This hutch is crafted of solid woods and proudly made in the USA insuring that you will enjoy the beauty of this piece for many years to come.
Measurements: 84h x 64w x 22d (or ask us about no cost custom sizing)
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