- Multi-Functional Set
- Interior Hanging Wine Glass Storage
- Two Felt Bottom Storage Drawers
- Touch Light Dimmer
- Black Finish, Metal Accents
- Smokey Walnut Finish
- Gray Undertones
- Distressed Markings
- Sixteen Bottle Wine Storage
- Interior Storage Box
- Anti-Tipping Hardware Included
||Poplar Wood; Plywood; MDF with Acacia Veneer; Felt; Metal
||English Dovetail; Fixed Corner Blocks; Ball Bering Guide; Full Extension; Built In Drawer Stopper
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions(DxWxH)
||Bar Buffett: 18x40x28; 53 lbs. Bar Hutch: 18x40x40; 149 lbs.
||Mirror: 24x34; Mirror Thickness: 3MM; Pull Out Tray: 13x36x1; Removable Wood Box: 7x18x7
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
|Prop 65 Chemical
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||Stone Kitchen Bar Hutch Set will be the star player of your dining room. Constructed of solid wood and veneers this set has a smokey walnut finish, with hints of grey undertones to flow easily with other furniture pieces you may have. Distressed markings and black metal accents found throughout add character to this piece. This 2 in 1 combo is multifunctioning for all your hosting needs. The hutch offers two spacious felt bottom, storage drawers, shelf, large mirror, touch light dimmer and interior hanging wine glass storage. Also, the bar buffet base can hold up to sixteen standard wine bottles! Running out of spirits for a family gathering will no longer be an problem with this set. The Stone Collection also offers dining tables, seating, occasional pieces that complement the Kitchen Bar Hutch Set.
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