Fine Furniture Design Hyde Park Traditional 2 Drawer Armoiret
Width: 46 x Depth: 19 x Height: 76
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Hyde Park Door Chest
This two-drawer door chest is crafted in walnut solids with highly figured Okume Mahogany veneers from the cornice-molded top down to the bracket feet, and features antique brass-plated handles. Two doors open to reveal adjustable and removable shelving, making this piece a versatile bedroom addition. The shelves can be adjusted to accommodate media players and accessories, or can be left in place to create storage space for clothing and linens.
The Hyde Park Traditional 2 Drawer Armoiret by Fine Furniture Design from Design Interiors. We proudly serve the Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Florida area. Product availability may vary. Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
Hyde Park Door Chest Specifications
|Item & Dimensions|
|Manufacturer||Fine Furniture Design|
|Width (side to side)||46" W|
|Depth (front to back)||19" D|
|Height (bottom to top)||76" H|
|Material & Finish|
|Composition||Wood Veneers & Solids|
|Finish||Walnut solids with Okume Mahogany veneers with a Saint James finish|
|Handles & Hardware||Custom hardware features a subtle etched backplate complemented with leather accents, antique mirror, custom designed hardware, and a special tortoise shell finish on selected items.|
|Case Detail||All carvings are hand carved on solid wood with no use of poly or molded components or parts which adds to the integrity of the item and the natural beauty of wood.|
|Storage & Features|
|Storage||2 drawers and 2 doors with 2 removable partitions|
|# of Doors||2|
|Storage Features||Adjustable Shelves|
|Drawer / Shelf Construction||Framed and fit flush with case; constructed with half inch solid wood sides; joined with English dovetails on the front and back of drawer; assembled with glue blocks on underside; crafted to open smoothly on double-shoulder, wood on wood guides; carefully sanded and finished on the inside.|
|Composition & Warranty|
|Description: Top||Finished so that canister lights and electrical harnesses are not exposed, giving cases a completed finished appearance. |
|Case Construction||Framed wooden dust-proofing panels between the drawers for protection of the drawers’ contents and additional strength. Finished wooden back panels are secured with screws, for a refined look to the back of the piece and additional strength.|
|Origin||Assembled In the USA|
Fine Furniture Design Hyde Park Description
Hyde Park is a sophisticated traditional design inspired by late 18th century English antiques found across Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. These special pieces create a new look in terms of scale, function and usefulness for today's modern homes. Crafted in walnut solids and featuring highly figured Okume Mahogany veneers, Hyde Park is available in bedroom, dining room, and occasional items in the Saint James finish, making it a perfect complement for today's modern traditional interiors. Beautiful inlay table tops, antique hardware, and hand-carved detailing sets this collection apart. Select pieces of dining room seating present the option of ivory fabric upholstering or leather upholstering with nail head detailing; other pieces feature leather accents and Lion's Head hardware. For a more contemporary effect, order pieces in each upholstery and allow the combination of ivory and leather to add variance as well as elegance to your home.
The Hyde Park collection is a great option if you are looking for Traditional furniture in the Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Florida area.
This item has been tagged as: Armoire, Bedroom Armoire, TV Armoire, Television Armoire, Wardrobes, Wardrobe Armoire, Bedroom Furniture, Entertainment Center, Bedroom Storage, Clothing Storage, Media Armoire, Clothing Cabinet, Large Entertainment Cabinet
Reference #: 1110-120