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Wallace Hutch

Four Hands
Brighton Collection

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by Four Hands

A celebration of the organic. Retaining natural knots and graining, reclaimed woods adopt rustic chestnut, ash and sandalwood finishes, further highlighting woods' rich, authentic texture. Styles rooted in time-honored traditionalism, design exists in the details, with dovetail joinery and wooden glides bringing a true look of caftsmanship to the bar, bedroom, office, living room and beyond.

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Item Number VBTN-067
Collection Brighton
Colors Weathered Desert Ash
Materials Reclaimed Pine
Weight 132.28 lb
Volume 38.14 cu ft

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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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