The elegant Harwick Buffet

This chic and elegant piece of furniture is part of the Harwick Collection and it’s a 4+2 buffet. It’s the type of furniture that would successfully add practical storage space and also look beautiful. Such products are not as easy to find as you might think. It’s quite difficult to combine looks and functionality without sacrificing any of them.

Harwick 4+2 Buffet

The Harwick Buffet would make a chic addition to the kitchen or to the dining room. The buffet feature 4 doors and 2 functional drawers that can be used to store flatware, dishes or even table linens. It features a sturdy and durable wooden structure with a distressed finish that gives it an antique look, very elegant and distinguished.

The interior also features 2 shelves providing practical storage space for items usually used in the kitchen. The buffet would beautifully integrate into a rustic or antique kitchen. It comes in black and it has a distressed finished with subtle red highlights, very chic and beautiful. The overall dimensions of the buffet are 35″H x 60″W x 16″D and you can purchase it for $369.00. Some assembly will be required when you’ll receive the product. Still, it’s easy to put together and you can even do it yourself. In case you’re not sure you can handle it you can always ask a professional for help.

Published by in Furniture, on October 26th, 2011


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