With the Riverside Cape May TV Console - Chadwick Cherry, you don't have to turn on the TV to escape to the northeastern coast - you can bring a little New England flavor right into your living room. Of course, it's packed with practical, modern-day storage possibilities, too.
Durable hardwood solids and cherry veneers are finely crafted with lovely lines and classic detail. Two enclosed storage areas perfect for DVD, CD, and VHS players on either side boast adjustable center shelves - creating four storage nooks - behind beautiful beveled glass doors with decorative wood framing. Fixed bottom panels rest at the base of each storage area. Two storage drawers with soft felt lining and convenient dust panels slide easily on full-extension ball-bearing guides. Both drawers also boast removable dividers that make storing and organizing CDs and DVDs a snap. Removable base molding at the ends enable the unit to function between piers or as a stand-alone piece.
Wiring access holes in the back panel help you avoid cord clutter, and built-in base levelers and included tip-restraining hardware keep the unit flush and in place. Able to support TVs up to 52W inches, the timeless piece is finished in warm Chadwick Cherry.
About Riverside Furniture
The Arkansas River Valley is home to majestic forests, ruggedly beautiful mountains, gurgling brooks, and swiftly flowing rivers. It's also home to Riverside Furniture Corporation. Riverside has been growing for more than half a century. The company's founder, Herman Udouj, opened the doors to his first factory in 1946, and along with 12 employees, he began making handcrafted furniture for the post-World War II Baby Boom era. Since then, three generations of Americans have furnished their homes and offices with Riverside's wide range of furniture products. Riverside strives to be trusted for quality products that are an affordable value. It's just that simple.
It's recommended that Riverside furniture be cleaned with a damp, clean dust cloth. Any kind of surface or finish may be cleaned using this method. A mild detergent may be applied, if necessary, for areas that will not clean with just a cloth. Avoid the use of oil-based polishes and direct-spray polishes that can cause a waxy build-up.
Placing hot items, such as coffee mugs or dinner plates on a piece of furniture can soften the finish. Condensation from cold objects or liquid spills will cause the finish to "bubble" and leave a milky-white discoloration. Never use fingernail polish remover over a wood finish because if it makes contact with the finish it will eat through it much like a paint or varnish remover exposing the wood underneath and demanding that the surface be refinished to repair the damage. The damage described above can be eliminated by the use of coasters, trivets, and common sense.
Always use a protective pad beneath lamps or accessories, and on writing surfaces. Do not place rubber or vinyl products on the surface as discoloration and/or staining may occur as a result.