You've got options galore when you install the gloriously contemporary Manhattan Comfort Cabrini TV Stand. You can set your TV directly on the stand, mount it on the wall with your own hardware, or purchase the matching Cabrini TV panel to suspend and frame your TV on your wall like a prized piece of art. The entire unit comes with wheels so you can effortlessly roll it out to access outlets and cables. With six open cubbies and two gliding drawers, there's plenty of storage space for all of your devices, controllers, and accessories.
You also get to choose a finish that will complement your décor. This stand is crafted of quality engineered wood with veneers in a range of stunning finishes.
This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause: cancer.
About Manhattan Comfort
Manhattan Comfort, a developing furniture company based in New York City, began in 2008 with the goal of bringing modern and stylish furniture to living rooms nationwide. Gradually becoming a household name, they create quality furniture through a production process that ensures each piece created is flawless. They are committed to continually offering contemporary high-quality furniture at affordable prices.
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.
This product includes a 90-day limited manufacturer's warranty.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items in their original packaging for a refund or exchange within 30 days of the delivery date.
Visit our Returns Center for complete information and step-by-step help.
Q: Do you have it chestnut, instead of black please,I'm looking for 80" tv stand
Submitted 4 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: Yes, a 72 inch dark chestnut stand is available for purchase under item # SIMP170.
Q: Is the listed height w/wheels attached or without?