Classically styled with a matte sheen, this Old World-inspired China Cabinet from the Windsor Hills dining collection will turn any dining space into a traditional haven fit for entertaining guests.
Spice up your dining room decor with a rustic-inspired tall display cabinet that exudes a classic and stylish appeal with our Traditional China Cabinet w/Wood Applique Glass Doors & Mirror Back. Beautifully made using high-quality solid hardwood for its sturdy frame and base, it features a majestic body with glass and a distinct flowing top with heavily carved scroll and leaf detailing.
With an upper hutch in clear glass cabinet doors and glass shelving, its modern utilitarian characteristic will allow you to put your most prized china collection in the spotlight. Its lower buffet storage with its 2 cabinet doors and 3 sliding drawers offer a generous amount of space to organize your napkins and silverware.
Glazed in a rich, medium brown wood stain finish, the woods beautiful burl makes a dashing appearance decorated by antique drawer pulls that provides an easy grip access. Impressive craftsmanship and with a sophisticated charm, this tall cupboard with glass display will impart an elegant vibe and vintage charisma to your interiors.
The Windsor Hills collection is just one of many great dining room options at LFD, if you are looking for furniture quality and value in the Brownsville, McAllen, Rio Grande City, Laredo or Eagle Pass area of South Texas.
- Wood applique glass doors and mirror back
- Made with high quality solid hardwood for a sturdy frame and base
- Heavily carved scroll and leaf detailing
- Upper hutch features clear glass cabinet doors and glass shelving
- Lower buffet storage features 2 cabinet doors and 3 sliding drawers
- Rich, medium brown wood stain finish, beautiful burl and antique style drawer pulls
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