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Hall Buffet

Liberty Furniture Industries
Magnolia Manor Collection

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W66 x D15 x H42
  • Box Dimensions: W69 x D18 x H46

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  • Type: Servers / Buffets / Sideboards

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Make entertaining easy and stylish with the Magnolia Manor Hall Buffet. Use this piece in the entryway as a statement piece or as a hosting buffet in your dining room. Featuring a blending of European influences the hall buffet is crafted of poplar solids and white oak veneers finished in a weathered brown and antique white finish with heavy chipping. Four doors create a unique design opportunity with an overlay grid pattern that will work with the mirrored panel or wood tone panel for two completely different looks. Behind the doors are 4 adjustable shelves for storage. The case is rounded out with three drawers that feature full extension drawer guides and a fully finished interior.

Dimensions: W66 x D15 x H42
Weight: 235 lbs.

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W66 x D15 x H42
  • Box Dimensions: W69 x D18 x H46
  • Weight: 235 lbs.
  • Cubes: 33.08
  • Full Extension Meta Side Drawer Guides
  • French & English Dovetail Construction
  • Fully Stained Interior Drawers
  • Felt Lined Top Drawers
  • Antique Mirrored Doors
  • Decorative Grid Panel
  • 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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