Hammary Kanson Oxblood Entertainment CabinetItem#: HN-HAMM449
- Hardwood solids with oak and ash burl veneers
- Rich oxblood finish with visible wood grain
- 2 pull-out drawers with 2 levels of DVD/CD storage
- Holds most TV screens up to 60 inches
- Overall dimensions: 60W x 20D x 25H inches
Center your living room around the inviting Hammary Kanson Oxblood Entertainment Cabinet. With an oxblood finish, this unit combines modern design with an an Asian flair, making it ideal for urban and country homes . This cabinet is constructed from mindi hardwood solids with oak and ash burl veneers. The leather inset on top and custom cast satin silver hardware adds to the elegance of this unit. It features two pull-out drawers with two levels for storing DVDs and CDs, and four compartments for open storage. This durable unit can hold most television screens up to 60 inches.
About Hammary Furniture Company
Hammary Furniture Company was started in 1943 by furniture craftsman, Hamilton Bruce. The name Hammary is a combination of Hamilton and Mary (Hamilton's wife's name). Hammary is now a division of La-Z-Boy Incorporated and they specialize in providing quality home furniture for today's modern families and homes. Hammary offers a variety of occasional table styles, and other furniture for home office, casual dining, and bedroom in all shapes, sizes, and materials.
Dimensions & Specifications
Solid Wood / Veneer
# of Drawers
TV Stand with Storage
60W x 20D x 25H in.
Mindi Hardwood Solids
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- Attractive Design
- Easy To Assemble
- Easy to Wire
- Smooth Edges
- Supports Weight
Comments about Hammary Kanson Oxblood Entertainment Cabinet:
Matches our table perfectly. Well made and very pretty. I knew the I side cabinets were DVD holders but I think that part of the design is aged... Who owns a ton of DVDs anymore? But the look of it is great! Tracking the shipment of this product was a pain, it'd be great if you could just click on the link verse having to re enter the po# which I had to keep looking back in my email for the number.
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