Add a touch of the Old World to your newly decorated home with this Marseille accent cabinet. Many stylish details work together to create an heirloom effect – the unsaturated finish gives the colouring a handmade look. Antique brass hardware presents the perfect match to the finish. And the elaborate fretwork along the dual cabinet doors adds some signs of craftsmanship. Of course, this piece is as much about function as it is about looks. The wide top drawer and interior shelving let you organize books, papers and home accessories in a stylish way.
Width: 32" (81.3 cm)Height: 32" (81.3 cm)Depth: 15" (38.1 cm)
- Part heirloom, part rustic, part country – this style is as versatile as it is gorgeous.
- Solid acacia wood makes for a strong and durable furniture frame.
- The distressed-style colouring lends this piece a hand-finished look.
- A fixed shelf behind the dual cabinet doors creates two levels of storage.
- Keep notepads, keys and other odds and ends organized within the functional top drawer.
- Antique brass hardware completes the heirloom look of this attractive cabinet.
Dust the wood finish with a soft, clean cloth as needed. Strong chemical cleaners are not suggested, as they may damage the wood's finish.Materials
Acacia wood is used in furniture construction due to the strength in its dense grain and uniform texture. Grown around the world, acacia often features contrasting bands or streaks of colour to give each piece a unique look.
Finish Type: Brushed Medium Density Fibreboard (MDF) and Acacia
MDF is an extremely strong and versatile material, much stronger than particleboard. It is man-made using heat and pressure to fuse small wood fibres together with various resins. This creates a durable, long-lasting and inexpensive product used in everything from cabinetry to furniture construction.
Finish Colour: Antique Blue
This unsaturated shade of blue adds an heirloom quality to this piece, completing the antique charm of the design.
Hardware: Antique Brass Metal Knobs and Handles
Metal is known to maintain sturdy support, yet can be heated and bent into eye-catching designs. Rest easy knowing this metal piece will meet your household needs.
Drawer Construction: French Dovetailing
Dovetailing is a woodworking technique commonly used to put drawers together. Tight fitting dovetails resist the wood's natural tendency to twist and warp over time, meaning your drawers will remain functional for as long as you own them.