* A Deborah Kerbel Must Have!
This gorgeous fine wood cabinet is finished by hand, involving many steps. Woods have grain and color variations due to growth patterns of each tree. The result is a this beautiful and unique piece.
This finish is our highest end graded finish.
However you can customize your own finish or we have 50 different standard paint colors available however you can choose to match up the paint to any Benjamin Moore Paint Color as well (which would affect price) DM if looking for a more standard finish for pricing.
Behind two doors is one adjustable wood shelf on either side of center partition above single fixed shelf with removable wine bottle storage strips, one adjustable glass shelf above fixed shelf with mirror work surface above two drawers. Mirrored back panel and LED interior lighting. Black nickel plated metal base with one fixed wood shelf.
Two tip restraints included
** From our Luxury Living Collection
Finish: Exterior Palais, Interior Eggplant (Highest Level of Finish Grade)
Dimensions: 54 in D: 17.25 in H: 74.25 in
Material: Walnut Solids, Satin Walnut Veneers, Metal, Mirror, Maple Solids, Glass
Product Weight: 330 lbs
Some color variation in photos of our furniture finishes and fabrics is possible due to the lighting and different color resolution on computer monitors. However please know we strive to provide an accurate representation of all our products including the finishes.
Assembly may be required.
Care of Fine Finishes for Indoor Wood Furniture:
Fine finishes are resistant to minor everyday hazards; however, some precautions are necessary to maintain the beauty of your wood furniture:
Dust with a soft, clean cloth slightly moistened with water, and dry completely with another clean cloth, always rubbing with the grain.
Avoid contact with hot dishes, and harsh solvents such as nail polish, alcohol and moisture.
Use pads beneath accessories and when writing or eating.
Remove spills and smudges immediately.
Do not leave pliable plastic materials on a wood surface; they can damage
Do not place furniture near heat outlets, windows, or in direct sunlight.