Sliding doors keep your consoles hidden while being easy to access
What's Not Included
The Progressive Furniture Huntington 64 in. Distressed TV Console gives you convenient storage and charming style for your entertainment area. This large wooden TV console supports TVs up to 64 inches wide. Four adjustable shelves give you plenty of storage and sliding wooden doors keep things looking neat. Solid pine planks are accented by your choice of available finish options. Sturdy metal hardware enhances the rustic look.
About Progressive Furniture
Established in 1985 in Hickory, North Carolina by several investors who had a vision to shape a successful furniture company, Progressive Furniture has thrived ever since. They began manufacturing and distributing occasional tables and naturally started creating bedroom furniture. By 2001, Progressive furniture had become a major force in U.S. furniture manufacturing covering the likes of several markets including: occasional tables, bedroom furniture, entertainment centers, and dining room furniture. Around that same time, Progressive Furniture was acquired by Sauder Woodworking and became a part of the Sauder family of companies. Together, they soon became the 7th largest furniture manufacturing company in the world. Today, Sauder and Progressive operate facilities in Ohio, North Carolina, California, Mexico, and China, including additional partnerships with factories in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. Progressive remains at the top of the industry and has been a trusted manufacturer for over 25 years.
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.
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: Are there holes in the back to run wires through?