Arts and Crafts Two Door Cabinet with Glass Panels
Product number: H1607C-BBR-19351
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- One-Inch-Thick Solid Wood Top with Beveled Edge
- Two Full-Extension Dovetail Drawers
- Drawers Come with Under-mount Soft-Close Slides
- Flush Drawer and Door Fronts
- Two Soldered Stained Glass Doors
- Soft-Close Hinges on Doors
- Square Wood Knobs
- Curved Profile
- 43 W x 18 D x 47 1/2 H
Elegant stained glass doors, a curved profile and distinctive woodgrain will make the Arts and Crafts Two Door Cabinet with Glass Panels stand out in your dining room. The unit shown features two soldered stained glass doors. Options include leaded or mullioned glass and eight glass patterns. Or, you could order the cabinet with wood reverse panels.
Both drawers open full extension. So you’re able to enjoy easy access — even to the back of the drawers. Plus, dovetail joints in the drawers enhance strength and durability. Also, the drawers come with an under-mount slide. Give the drawers a gentle push. And they’ll close, as if on their own. Behind the doors, you’ll find an abundance of storage space. And the doors come with a soft-close feature. Gently push the doors, and they close completely.
Skilled Amish cabinetmakers painstakingly handcraft each Arts and Crafts Two Door Cabinet with Glass Panels. And they use solid hardwoods like maple, oak, cherry and hickory. No wonder the cabinet is so sturdy! In fact, with proper care, it should serve your family for generations to come.
You can complement this cabinet with the Arts and Crafts hutch, buffet and wine cabinet. For a quote, click on the “Custom Options” link. Then, select the hardware and wood specie/finish from the extensive selection shown. Also, work your way down the list of custom options. In addition, complete the “Request Your Quote” field, where you can tell us your other custom preferences. And if you’re relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana, visit our store to explore our wide assortment of quality, Amish-built, solid hardwood furniture for yourself.