Contemporary design with rustic character. The Sedona 3-Piece Kitchen Island Set by homestyles is crafted from poplar solids and cherry veneers over engineered wood, with hand-applied, aged cracks and distressing for an authentic rustic aesthetic. The set features an aged toffee-colored finish.The island has three framed upper storage drawers, with two framed lower doors that open to individual storage areas with two adjustable shelves in each. Drawers and doors feature antiqued nickel-finished pulls. Patented slide-out legs support a dropdown leaf. The leaf extends the depth of the Island to 37"D. The stools have curved slat backs with shaped solid seats. There are four stretchers one each stool for added support, with the front stretcher having a metal cover in an antiqued nickel finish. Finish and measurements may very slightly. Assembly required. Delivered to your door by parcel post service. Island: 36"H x 48"W x 25"D (37"D with leaf extended). Stools: 42"H x 18"W x 22"D
- Set is crafted from poplar solids and cherry veneers over engineered wood, with hand-applied, aged cracks and distressing
- Features an aged toffee-colored finish
- Three framed upper storage drawers and two framed lower doors open to individual storage areas with two adjustable shelves in each
- Patented slide-out legs support a dropdown leaf. The leaf extends the depth of the Island to 37"D.
- Drawers and doors feature antiqued nickel-finished pulls
- Stools have curved slat backs with shaped solid seats
- Assembly required
- Model Number: 5420-948
1 - Kitchen Island: 36H x 48W x 25L
2 - Counter Stool: 42H x 18W x 22L
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