Parker House Premier Athens 43 in. X-Pandable ConsoleItem#: HN-PAK664
- Expandable traditional TV console
- Made of Poplar wood solids and fine birch veneers
- Antique light vintage chocolate finish with hand-rubbed burl
- Fits TVs up to 60 inches
- Glass doors with decorative scroll pulls
- Dimensions: 43-60W x 17.25D x 24.5H inches
What's Not Included
Handsome and stately, the Parker House Premier Athens 43 in. X-Pandable Console proudly shows off its antique light vintage chocolate finish and carefully carved crown. Thanks to its clever, patented X-Pandable design, the console can expand to fit your TV and your room, from 43 up to 60 inches wide. Perfect for flat screen TVs or traditional models up to 60 inches, this console displays your TV at the perfect viewing height. Two square glass doors with bead edging keep your fine electronics in view, organized and protected. Decorative scrolling door pulls are antiqued bronze. Each cabinet includes a shelf. Assembles easily. Part of the elegant Premier Athens designer set.
Dimensions & Specifications
Some Assembly Required
Entertainment Center for Flat Panel TVs
Solid Wood / Veneer, Wood Solids/Veneers
Poplar Solids & burl Birch Veneers
60W x 17.25D x 24.5H in.
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- REAL WOOD
- Well built
- Color described wrong
- TV Console
Comments about Parker House Premier Athens 43 in. X-Pandable Console:
I'm very pleased with this tv console. I needed one exactly 43 inches wide and wanted real furniture, not pressed wood or plastic. The only "negative" is that it is not my idea of Espresso, but that's not what I wanted anyway. The color is true to the picture, a slightly reddish-brown. The details like the trim and pulls are done well. This is a fantastic piece for the price and I'm glad I didn't settle for something that wasn't real wood. It was packed well and arrived in perfect condition.
Service and delivery comments:
Had free curbside delivery but the driver was nice enough to bring it into the house (I tipped him afterwards).