Designed to entice a sense of calm and tranquility into interior spaces, the River Place bunching curio set strikes the perfect balance of life on the coast and a comfy home tucked away in the hills. Crafted with Pine solids and veneers, this set features a heavily distressed Riverstone White and Tobacco finish and includes two curio cabinets. The rounded profile is reminiscent of a cathedral arched window. Each cabinet has two wood framed seeded glass doors with wood strip mullions. The doors open to reveal three wood framed adjustable glass shelves with plate grooves, perfect for allowing the touch LED lighting to shine through. The back panel is in the Tobacco finish and pairs well with the Riverstone White finish of the case. There are two full extension drawers on each base of the cabinet that offer the elegant touch of soft closing drawer guides. The high-low veneer pattern of the drawer fronts and end panels add dimension. Heavy base molding draws attention to the angled tapered feet. Bunch each cabinet together to create an impressive display. Accented with custom Antique Pewter knob and bail pull hardware, the River Place bunching curio set creates an inviting airy atmosphere in your home while providing comfort in your own private getaway.
Dimensions: W88 x D19 x H90
Weight: 633 lbs.
- Wood: Pine Solids & Veneers
- Finish: Riverstone White & Tobacco
- Dimensions: W88 x D19 x H90
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 633 lbs.
- Cubes: 112.36
- Includes 2 Bunching Curios
- Soft Closing Side Mounted Drawer Guides (45mm)
- Wood Framed Glass Doors
- Seeded Glass
- Touch LED Lighting
- 3 Wood Framed Adjustable Glass Shelves
- Shelves w/ Plate Grooves for Display
- Custom Antique Pewter Bail Pull & Knob Hardware
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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