Filled with warmth and farmhouse comfort, this two door cabinet is inspired by jelly cabinets of the mid-1800's, when an abundance of jam was always in demand. Nestled in a tight place that you don't want to waste, this space-saving shabby chic shelving unit will organize your kitchen essentials, bathroom towels or office books. Light distressing highlights the hand-rubbed beauty of the wood, adding traditional charm in relaxed cottage style.
- Rustic weathered solid Mahogany wood makes each piece totally unique
- Breathtaking raftwood finish
- Hand-crafted from solid recycled plantation Mahogany
- Interior, back and shelves same finish as cabinet exterior
- Solid metal pewter finish handles
- Overall: 55"H x 15"D x 20"W
- Top cabinet: 32.5"H x 11"D x 14"W
- Bottom cabinet: 15"H x 11"D x 14"W
- Legs (4): 4.5"H x 2"D x 2"W
- Weight: 31 lbs
- Arrives at your home fully assembled
- Environmentally sustainable seven step finishing process will not harm your children, pets and household
- Decorative items in photo not included
- 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
- Care: Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using chemical and abrasive cleaners as they may damage the finish
- Two year warranty against manufacturer defects
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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