Your choice of door and drawer combinations will make this cabinet uniquely your own. We even offer a version with “Old Glory” painted on the front. Pair that with your favorite Sherwin Williams paint colors and you have a personalized piece of furniture that can be used in many areas of your home.
Primitive design and finishes make it possible to use this versatile piece in any design setting, including rustic, country, farmhouse or cottage. A six paned glass door makes it possible to enjoy your treasures and keep them free from dust or harm. The lower portion provides plenty of storage for clothing or other supplies in the doors and drawers you choose. Solid wood construction insures that you will have a sturdy piece of furniture to enjoy for years to come.
Measurements: 81h x 34w x 14d (or ask us about no cost custom sizing for this piece)
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