Drawers, drawers and more drawers is the name of the game with this primitive styled hutch. Three slim drawers in the upper hutch portion make storage of placemats and linens easy and accessible while two drawers in the lower portion keep flatware within easy reach. A surprise comes in the form of two small drawers tucked into the sides of the hutch, perfect for storing candles, matches and other miscellaneous items. Design details include a hand-applied finish in your choice of primary, undercoat and interior colors, glass doors and primitive hardware. Want other custom features? Your wish is our command!
Measurements: 78h x 74w x 20d (or ask us about no cost custom sizing for this piece)
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