Description: Media Chest
Product Description: A perfect complement to the other pieces in our Plymouth collection, this charming media chest is ideal for bedrooms or smaller living spaces. Featuring three drawers with premium ball-bearing glides and two open compartments with grommets for wire access, this media chest provides storage for electronics and accessories and ample surface for a TV. With a felt-lined top drawer and cedar-lined bottom drawer, this multi-functional unit can also serve as a dresser for clothes, keeping them organized and protected. A weathered graywash finish with contrasting gunmetal pulls and turned bun feet adds a cottage-inspired vintage look.
- Case Good Options: Charming cottage style adds warmth and relaxation to your home. Crafted with acacia veneer and solid rubberwood construction for beauty and durability. Distressed graywash finish provides a well-worn and cozy aesthetic. Turned bun feet offer a vintage look. Planked top, paneled accents and molding add warmth and charm. Features hardware with gunmetal finish for an antique look. Two open media compartments with wire grommets conceal unsightly cords. Three drawers provide ample storage thatu2019s easy to access. Drawers glide on ball-bearings for smooth and reliable performance. Felt-lined top drawer keeps contents protected. Cedar-lined bottom drawer deters moths and preserves clothes.
- Product Headline: Warm and Weathered
||43" (109.2 cm) 43 INH
||20" (50.8 cm) 20 INH
||43" (109.2 cm) 43 INH
||163 lb (73.4 kg) 163 lb
||Cable Access, Cedar Lined Drawers, Drawers Included, Felt Lined Drawers
||24.63 cu ft
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