Time for an entertainment upgrade in your home" Check out this entertainment credenza from the Orchard Hills collection. It accommodates up to a 55" TV, making it the ideal spot to cozy up around to binge watch your favorite shows, have all day movie marathons or play video games with your friends. It includes two adjustable shelves that have the ability to move to different heights to create flexible storage options for items of all shapes and sizes. These shelves make the perfect spot for video and gaming consoles along with home décor items. It features two drawers that open and close on smooth metal runners for convenient storage of movies, games and any other items you don't want your guests to see. Behind each door is a hidden storage area that contains an adjustable shelf for additional storage space of around home items. Finished in Carolina Oak and detailed with brass hardware, this handsome TV stand will be the center of attention in your home.
Accommodates up to a 55" TV weighing 240 lbs. or less.
Two adjustable shelves hold audio/video equipment.
Storage area behind doors has an adjustable shelf and holds 88 CDs or 68 DVDs.
Drawers with metal runners and safety stops hold 140 CDs or 56 DVDs.
Quick and easy assembly with patented T-lock drawer system.
Carolina Oak finish.
- W: 59 5/8" (151.6 cm)
- D: 21 1/4" (53.9 cm)
- H: 25 1/2" (64.7 cm)
- W: 55 3/4" (141.6 cm)
- D: 19 1/4" (48.9 cm)
- Number of Cartons: 1
- W: 64 1/8" (162.9 cm)
- D: 21 3/4" (55.4 cm)
- H: 5 1/8" (13 cm)
- Weight: 144 lbs (65.31 kg)
- Holds up to a 55" TV
- Hidden storage behind two raised panel doors
- Two center drawers with easy-glide metal runners
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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