The elegant Hudson Armoires



For those of you looking for a new armoire we present you this stylish design from the Hudson Collection that is both solid and elegant. The Hudson Armoires are gently made from wood and each piece is hand-signed and dated by the artisan who built. It looks imposing because of its solid base of steel and that make it last forever.

There are four sizes for you to choose depending on your need. This armoire is available in five types of wood and you can also choose the base out of stainless steel and natural steel. If that still isn’t enough for you, you can choose even the knob’s material. This is possible because this piece of furniture is not imported but made by Caperton in Shenandoah Valley which brings more flexibility to the entire collection.

You can have it for installing the TV on, it’s simple and does not take a lot of your space or create the impression of overwhelming. It’s straight lines make it go with almost any type of furniture completing your living room and can also hold a maximum 44inch aquarium on it. The compartments in it can hide a big amount of media related stuff and even some of your cloths if necessary. This item could go perfectly with the Hudson Steel Base Cabinet.Available for $2,199.


Published by in Furniture, on January 17th, 2012

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