Beautifully weathered, this solid Mahogany wood buffet server delivers rustic charm to your dining room while providing a stylish storage solution. Coastal-inspired distressed white with contrasting driftwood brown finish will add tranquility wherever this versatile quality furniture lives in your home. Five drawers with Industrial 1900s restoration vintage-inspired solid steel black cup handles offer perfect sized space to keep your candles, utensils and napkins in just the right place. Spice up your kitchen, this modern farmhouse credenza guarantees plenty of storage room with four glass doors that open to two fixed shelves to display glassware, dishes, serving plates. Update your hall or entryway, top with baskets, family photos and a flowering plant. Ideal cabinet to organize your home office or bathroom and use as a TV stand in your living room.
- Sideboard with four doors with glass, two cabinet spaces, and five full extension drawers
- Removable drawers with finished interiors, metal glides, drawer stops and solid steel antique black cup handles
- Faux cremone style hardware
- Heavily distressed white glazed finish with driftwood top
- Arrives at your home fully assembled
CARE: Dust with a soft, dry 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
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