Mid-century modern design blends with the rustic movement to create the Millennium collection from Emerald Home. Clean lines, angled wooden legs, and brushed satin brass hardware compliment the highlighted wood grain of the rich, espresso finished weathered oak veneer. A neutral palate that is warm and inviting, Millennium is ready to create a beautiful, fresh look in your home. Recall a different era while still being on trend today, with Millennium.
• Bar cabinet
• White oak veneer and far eastern hardwood
• Anti-tip hardware included
• Back panel screwed on
• French dovetail construction on front of drawer
• English dovetail construction on back of drawer
• Full extension, ball bearing, Kenlin drawer glides
- Eye catching details such as simple metal handles, angled wooden legs, and an alternating wood grain pattern are stand out features that create a fresh and compelling statement in your home.
- The collection is crafted with weathered oak veneer and Far Eastern hardwood.
- The rich, dark bar cabinet holds twelve bottles of wine and a variety of stemmed glasses.
- It also has two shelves inside each door, a pull-out drawer, and three open spaces inside the cabinet.
- The Millennium collection offers bedroom and entertainment furniture.
- Each piece is thoughtfully constructed with unique details; all that's left is choosing the pieces that speak to your taste, your space, and your needs.
||Emerald Home Millenium Bar Cabinet Brown Wood, Metal Legs E218-07
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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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