50.00" W 20.00" D 30.00"
Double take. Sporting a two-tone finish that pairs a distressed vintage white with an aged natural pine-color top and shelves, this TV stand elevates the art of rustic farmhouse living. Enhancing its charm: a sliding barn door with inset metal grill and antiqued gray industrial hardware.
Made of pine wood, veneers and engineered wood;Distressed finish; vintage white and aged natural pine color;Sliding barn door with inset wire mesh;4 shelves;Dark antiqued gray hardware;Cutouts for ventilation and wire management;Assembly required
Rustic cottage styling. Constructed with pine solids and veneers. Distressed vintage painted white finish contrasted with aged natural pine color tops and shelves. Sliding cross-buck barn door detailing with metal accents. Metal brackets and hardware is finished in a dark antiqued gray coloration. Cord management and adjustable shelving. Available in three sizes.
All of our furniture comes with a 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty against manufacturing
defects. The warranty covers defects such as major wood cracks, veneer pops, visual wear and
tear on upholstery, or malfunctioning of reclining. MM Furniture reserves the right to
determine if the issue is warrantable. Most of our wood products have very low defect rates.
However, upholstery products, especially reclining products, even the most high end, have
much higher defect rates. The cost effective 5 year protection plan is a solution we
strongly recommend for all customers whose purchase upholstery products.
Warranty is not covered for any of the following conditions:
- COMMERICAL use on any commercial space.
- WOOD Any natural effect in color variations or graining, natural characteristics such as
knots, mineral streaks, or pitch pockets.
- MARBLE Any natural effect in color variations or graining and veining are to be expected
and not considered defects.
- METAL Natural aging of metals, rust, or tarnishing due to scratches or abrasions.
- GLASS Small air bubbles, surface waving and lightly pitted areas may occur during
manufacturing and are not considered defects.
- LEATHER natural markings, grain variations, and minor indentations.
- Changing colors and texture of fabrics, leathers, marble, or wood finishes over time.
- Damages due to normal wear and tear.
- Improper maintenance, improper use, improper cleaning, improper installation, or use
other than intended.
- Damages incurred during assembling or maintenance.