Accent your space with the Farmhouse Reimagined console bar table. Crafted of pine and poplar solids with pine and cathedral hickory veneers, this piece features an antique white finish with a chestnut top, additional storage space with the three cut outs beneath the top, anchored by uniquely shaped tapered leg design and an easily accessible charging station with two plugs and two USB ports. This cottage style console bar table would make a wonderful addition to any farmhouse space. Product Details * Wood: Pine & Poplar Solids w/ Pine & Cathedral Hickory Veneers * Finish: Antique White Finish with Chestnut Tops * Dimensions: W76 x D22 x H36 * Box Dimensions: W78 x D24 x H17 * Weight: 125 lbs. * Cubes: 18.03 Item Features * Features Two Plug Receptacle With Two USB Ports * Heavy Distressing
Farmhouse Reimagined Console Bar Table
This piece may have many different choices for your home and may be shown differently in our showroom than as pictured on website, price will vary depending on options chosen. We will notify you of availability and delivery options once the order is received and processed through our system.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.
About Liberty Furniture
Established in 1992, Liberty Furniture is committed to provide its customers with home furniture of outstanding quality and finish. They make use of premium hardwood and veneers to build beds, tables, chairs, and storage units of solid wood construction. They follow a detail-oriented sanding and finishing process to produce functional and also decorative pieces of furniture. From glass table sets and transitional home office desks to white finish casual dining sets and pub table sets in toffee finish, to rustic oak sleigh beds and white youth bunk beds, you're sure to be satisfied with the appearance, form, and style of the furniture pieces from Liberty Furniture. Their quality craftsmanship is certainly enough to put value into your hard-earned money.
Questions About This Product?
"*" indicates required fields