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Entertainment TV Stand

Liberty Furniture Industries
Magnolia Manor Collection

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W73 x D19 x H30
  • Box Dimensions: W76 x D22 x H35

Quick Specs

  • Type: All Media Consoles and Wall Units

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This European traditional styled 70" tv stand is sure to be the focal point of any living room and can accommodate most 75" TVs. Crafted with poplar solids and white oak and birch veneers, this piece features an antique white finish, wood framed drawer fronts, and adjustable shelf space. This tv stand must be sold with the wall unit, as it cannot stand alone. With today's modern technology in mind, users can enjoy the convenience of the wire management provisions to hide those pesky wires from your DVD player or gaming console of choice.

Dimensions: W73 x D19 x H30
Weight: 182 lbs.

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W73 x D19 x H30
  • Box Dimensions: W76 x D22 x H35
  • Weight: 182 lbs.
  • Cubes: 34.16
  • Full Extension Metal Side Drawer guides
  • French and English Dovetail Construction
  • Wire Management Provisions
  • Must Be Sold As A Wall Unit For Lights to Work
  • Middle Drawer - 34 1/2 W x 14 1/2 D x 3 H
  • Right and Left Drawer - 12 1/2 W x 14 1/2 D x 3 H
  • Adjustable Shelf Space - 36 W x 17 D x 15 H
  • Space Behind Doors - 16 W x 17 D x 16 H

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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