Your television does not have to be hidden behind doors, as proven with this uniquely styled media center.
A large opening in the upper section provides plenty of space for the largest of TVs. The lower section offers open shelving for your electronic components and cable box while two flanking doors and three lower drawers keep games, DVDs, remotes, books and blankets out of sight. Beadboard paneling and simple carved molding provide architectural details that are in keeping with the primitive style of this media cabinet.
You can select an undercoat and primary outer color from one of our standard colors or choose your own Sherwin Williams color combination. This unique two color process provides an antiqued finish that further enhances the primitive style of this solid wood piece, proudly made in the USA.
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