Create a functional, stylish statement with HomCom’s tall colonial cabinet in any room where a little extra storage is needed. With a central drawer for silverware, knick-knacks, bathroom accessories, or towels, and four adjustable internal shelves for dishes, packaged foods, or books, you can add stylish storage and reduce visible clutter. This cabinet is constructed from durable engineered wood with a reinforced backboard and wall mounts for enhanced stability and longevity. With genuine metal hardware and slatted details, your kitchen clutter can be kept at bay in one handsome pantry.
- Elegant traditional design kitchen pantry makes a functional centerpiece in any room
- A deep, easy-gliding drawer for storing spices, serving utensils, dish towels, and other essentials
- 2 large cabinets with magnetic closure doors and 2 adjustable shelving
- Constructed from durable MDF with a reinforced backboard and wall attachments for stability
- With recessed door panels, and antique brushed nickel hardware,add more beauty
- Can be used in any room including the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, hallway, entryway, etc.
- Assembly required
- Color: Dark Wood Grain or Black or White
- Material: MDF, Particle Board, Metal Fixtures
- Overall Dimensions: 30"W x 16"D x 72.5"H
- Upper Door Size: 12.75"W x 32.5"H
- Bottom Door Size: 12.75"W x24"H
- Shelf Size: 28"W x 14.25"H
- Inner Drawer Size:24.25"W x 13.25"D x 4"H
- Ground Clearance: 2.75"
- Weight Capacity: 220lbs(22lbs per shelf,13.2lbs per drawer)
- Net Weight: 117lbs.
HomCom 72" Traditional Freestanding Kitchen Cupboard Pantry Cabinet with Elegant Colonial Design, Antique Hardware Black
⚠ CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING The State of California Health and Safety Code Section 25249.6, et seq., commonly known as Prop. 65, requires products to be labeled if any of over 809 chemicals are present even in trace amounts. WARNING: This product can expose you to substances including wood dust and formaldehyde, chemicals identified by the State of California to cause cancer. For more information about prop 65, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov