Industrial-inspired style" Yes please! Create a one-of-a-kind look in any room of your home with the charming appeal and modern design of this credenza from the Canal Street® collection. It accommodates up to a 60" TV, making it the ideal spot to cozy up around to binge watch your favorite show or have all-day movie marathons with your friends. Switch it up and use its spacious top surface as a place to display your favorite décor items like a lamp, decorative plants and photos of your family. It features a large open shelf that includes built-in USB ports for easy charging of your electronic devices and gadgets. Behind each of the framed, safety tempered glass doors is a storage and display area with an adjustable shelf that can move to different heights to create flexible options for items of all shapes and sizes. Its Vanishing Drawer provides you with a hidden storage area behind its flip-up front for your video/audio components. Finished in Northern Oak® and detailed with a decorative, powder coated metal frame, this versatile credenza gives your home the style you've been dreaming of.
Overall Dimensions: W: 60" (152.4 cm) X D: 18" (45.8 cm) X H: 30" (76.2 cm)
- Features Accommodates up to a 60" TV weighing 70 lbs. or less for optimal viewing pleasure.
- Large shelf with built-in USB ports for easy charging of mobile devices.
- Framed doors feature safety-tempered glass with beveled edges.
- Adjustable shelf behind each door for flexible storage options.
- Vanishing Drawer hides components behind flip-up front.
- Drawers feature full extension slides.
- Decorative, powder coated metal frame.
- Northern Oak finish.
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
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