The rustic Mason media armoire

This lovely piece of furniture features a rustic design and a beautiful mahogany finish that further contributes to the overall chic look. The cabinet has been inspired by bold industrial furniture and it has been cleverly designed with lots of storage space where you can store all of your media components.

The Mason media cabinet or armoire, as it is called, was crafted from thick planks of hardwood so its durable and resistant. It also includes veneers and MDF for extra strenght. It then got a beautiful mahogany finish. It’s a nice combination of strong materials and chic design that together form an elegant piece of furniture, perfect for the living room. The cabinet includes a permanent shelf that can accommodate up to a 42” flat-screen TV.

On the sides, there are cubbies designed to hold the other electronics. The drawers are also used for storage. A very important and clever element is the fact that the armoire has cord cutouts in the back for the wires. This way you can keep everything organized. In order to emphasize the rustic design, it also includes antique-bronze door pulls. The cabinet’s overall dimensions are 48″ wide x 24″ deep x 67″ high. The interior without the adjustable shelves measures 42″ wide x 20″ deep x 29″ high. This is the type of furniture that would look beautiful in a variety of different decors and would complement any living room.{found for 1509 euros}



Published by in Furniture, on December 7th, 2011

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