Inspired by the robust neo-classical architecture of the eighteenth century, the doors of the Wren Buffet s two cabinets are overlaid with ornate fretwork, and are framed in lamb s tongue molding and bold corbeled pilasters. Each cabinet has a drawer and two adjustable and reversible shelves with wine cleats on one side. The buffet is constructed of Parawood solids and cathedral elm veneers, and is available in Parch, a light open-grained finish.
- Dimensions In Inches: w-75.98 x d-21.38 x h-43
- Dimensions In Centimeters: w-192.99 x d-54.31 x h-109.22
- Weight: 302.03 .lbs
- Furniture Piece: Buffets Credenzas
- Style: New Traditional Material(s): Elm and Parrawood solids, Cathedral Elm veneers, Metal, Acrylic Finish(es): Parch Four (4) doors feature decorative scroll overlays Two (2) drawers for storage (22.8-in W x 12.25-in D x 3.25-in H); one (1) behind each set of doors English dovetail drawer construction Four (4) adjustable shelves with reversible wine bottle grooves on one side (32-in W x 13.6-in D); two (2) behind each set of doors
- Collection: Arch Salvage
- It's all in the details. It's an artfully placed row of hammered nail heads or the sparkle of a faceted glass drawer pull. It's a footboard with cedar-lined storage for bed linens or the carved corbels on a dresser, inspired by the embellishments of a neoclassical marble mantelpiece. The Arch. Salvage Collection from A.R.T. marries the timeless beauty of traditional European architectural detailing with thoughtful functionality for today's living.
||w-76 x d-21.375 x h-40
Servers / Buffets / Sideboards
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