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Bunching Lateral File Cabinet

Liberty Furniture Industries
Harvest Home Collection

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ Knotty White Oak Veneers
  • Finish: Chalkboard
  • Dimensions: W34 x D20 x H33
  • Box Dimensions: W37 x D23 x H36

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  • Type: Cabinets / Chests

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Invite a classic look with a casual feel into your space with the Harvest Home bunching lateral file cabinet. Crafted of rubberwood solids with knotty white oak veneers, this piece features a chalkboard finish with saw cut hewing, a planked top and side panels, bluff cut top drawer, antique pewter bar pull and knob hardware, full extension drawer glides for easy access to storage, two locking file drawers, and bottom case dust proofing to protect contents. This file cabinet features a look that offers style uncompromised. Pair this lateral file cabinet with the Harvest Home bunching lateral file hutch to complete the look. This item comes in alternate finishes, sure to be a great addition to any home.

Dimensions: W34 x D20 x H33
Weight: 158 lbs.

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ Knotty White Oak Veneers
  • Finish: Chalkboard
  • Dimensions: W34 x D20 x H33
  • Box Dimensions: W37 x D23 x H36
  • Weight: 158 lbs.
  • Cubes: 17.44
  • Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Guides (45mm)
  • French & English Dovetail Construction
  • Bottom Case Dust Proofing
  • Two Locking File Drawers
  • Bluff-Cut Top Drawer
  • Features Planked Top and Side Panels
  • Saw Mark Distressing
  • Alternative Finishes: 779-HO,979-HO

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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