Items tagged with the “DIY” (“Do It Yourself”) designation are items that have been well loved and are now candidates for repair, upcycling, or finding a new life through creative reuse.
This product is a DIY/project piece sideboard. Its got that subtle mid century style that is so well loved. This piece has a large well functioning top drawer, a felt lined silverware drawer below, two side cabinets, and two generous center drawers. So much storage! The angular faceted border around the drawers and cabinets is so cool and well done. It drawers your eye around and gives a great finishing touch to a well crafted piece. This piece could use a little love- the hardware has been replaced, with only a few original pulls left. With some fresh hardware, an oiling or coat of paint, this piece will look spectacular! It could be used as it was originally intended in a dining room, or as a totally rad TV stand or dresser even. So many possibilities!
60" Wide, 20" Deep, 34.75" Tall
Please note that there is wear on the piece from previous use as well as some chipping. Please see the up close photos for details.
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