Beautifully weathered and built to last, add rustic charm to your dining space as a server or living room sideboard cabinet. Ideal stylish storage solution for our office or entryway. This shabby chic sideboard provides as a welcoming display for books, collectibles and glassware, with open viewing for easy access.
- Distressed gray lime washed sideboard has four doors with two cabinets
- Rustic look and feel of driftwood
- Natural wood grain makes each handcrafted sideboard unique
- Constructed from solid Mahogany wood
- Strong butt joint drawer joinery with drawer stops
- One fixed shelf with two storage spaces
- Attractive antique brass metal hinges and handles
- Glass secured with finished wood inside doors
- Stained Mahogany back, cabinet and drawer interiors
- Vinyl floor protectors
- Arrives at your home fully assembled
CARE: Dust with a soft cloth. Avoid using chemical and abrasive cleaners as they may damage the finish
DISCLAIMER: Wood has intrinsic distinctions in color and grain pattern and may accept the finishing process differently. These minor imperfections and variation in color enhance the unique beauty of this handcrafted furniture. Studio photography lighting, slight measurement and weight variances are possible. Your viewing device may display colors differently than in real life. The product you receive may vary slightly from the image portrayed. Unique limewash finish is made entirely from natural ingredients with Lyme as the key ingredient and has natural mold inhibiting factors. It is an earth friendly substitute for petrochemical finishes such as our modern day paint and stains. Unlike most stains, the gray washed finish will age and eventually the appearance evolves into an attractive weathered patina
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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