California contemporary design with a slightly weathered driftwood, natural brown oak finish. The Big Sur Buffet with Hutch by homestyles is crafted from ash hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood. Solid wood surfaces have a wire-brushed texture, providing a weathered look. Three upper utility drawers. Two doors with soft-close European hinges open to a storage area with two adjustable shelves in each. Center open storage area also features two adjustable shelves. Hutch features two doors with European hinges that open to storage areas with one adjust shelf in each. Open center area has one adjustable shelf. Lower back panel has cut-out for electrical cord access. Doors and drawers feature unique open-handle pulls in brushed nickel finish. Finish and measurements may vary slightly. Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service. Assembly required. Measures: 36.5"H x 42"W x 19"D. Hutch: 72.5"H x 42"W x 19"D.
- Crafted from ash hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood with a wire-brushed texture
- Buffet features three upper utility drawers and two doors with European hinges that open to storage areas with two adjustable shelves in each
- Center open storage area also features two adjustable shelves
- Hutch features two doors that open to storage areas with one adjustable shelf in each and a center storage area with adjustable shelf
- Doors and drawers feature unique open-handle pulls in brushed nickel finish
- Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service
- Assembly required
- Model Number: 5506-687
72.5H x 42W x 19L
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Servers / Buffets / Sideboards
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