Description: Entertainment Base
Product Description: Binge-watch your favorite shows in relaxed, rustic style with the Carpenter entertainment base. Inspired by the look of vintage workbenches, this storage unit features an inviting mix of natural and industrial details such as distressed wood planks, hand-worked metal frames and exposed bolt heads that are finished to resemble aged, oiled steel. Four spacious cable-accessible compartments and four drawers offer plenty of storage to hold electronics and media, while two adjustable and removable shelves located in each of the middle compartments provide the flexibility to store taller items. Two sliding barn doors conceal compartments and change up the look based on placement. Use alone or combine with Carpenter Side Piers for the appearance of a full entertainment center.
- Case Good Options: Modern rustic style is perfect for a comfortable and casual environment. Crafted with solid and sustainable acacia wood for beauty and durability. Solid wood planks are distressed for a reclaimed wood look. Hand-worked metal frame and exposed bolt heads are finished to resemble aged, oiled, industrial steel. Two sliding barn doors add function and character. Four compartments and four drawers offer roomy storage. Middle compartments each offer two adjustable/removable shelves. Cord access holes provide convenient wire management. Available in rustic brown or light brown finish.
- Product Headline: Exposed Warmth and Character
||72" (182.9 cm) 72 INH
||19" (48.3 cm) 19 INH
||33" (83.8 cm) 33 INH
||227 lb (102.2 kg) 227 lb
||With Storage, Drawers Included
||36.26 cu ft
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