Bernhardt Santa Barbara Display Cabinet

  • Santa Barbara Display Cabinet
  • Santa Barbara Display Cabinet
  • Santa Barbara Display Cabinet
  • Santa Barbara Display Cabinet
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Bernhardt Santa Barbara Display Cabinet

Suggested Retail: $3,666.00    Our Price: $3,179.00
Shipping: 
$395.00

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With its attention to detail and artistry, Santa Barbara is a traditional furniture collection offering classic forms complemented by lighter and brighter finishes and materials. The Sandstone finish on oak veneers and the Textured Cameo finish on faux stone serve as examples of the fresher color palette, while the Vintage Nickel finish on metal and hardware sets off the pieces without overwhelming. The design details are many, but the true potential of this laid-back California collection is found in just how livable it is.
Details
  • Handcrafted display cabinet.
  • Oak and ash frame.
  • Two wood-framed doors with inset tempered glass panels and patterned cast grilles.
  • Tempered glass side panels.
  • Behind doors are four adjustable/removable, tempered glass shelves with plate groove and polished edge, two halogen lights with touch dimmer switch and antiqued mirrored glass back panel.
  • Mortise and tenon construction.
  • Bottom section has one drawer with wrapped pad.
  • Squared shaped feet.
  • Adjustable glides.
  • Anti-tip kit included.
  • 43.3"W x 20.5"D x 84.5"T.
  • Imported.
  • Boxed weight, approximately 410 lbs.
Designer
About Bernhardt:
Founded in 1889 by American pioneer John Mathias Bernhardt, Bernhardt Furniture Company, Inc., is located in the foothills of western North Carolina. After the turn of the century, the company expanded its product line from the dining room into the bedroom, and managed to deliver furniture in spite of severe labor and materials shortages during both world wars. Today, Bernhardt is one of the largest family-owned and -operated marketers of fine wood and upholstered furniture in the United States.