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This entertainment stand accommodates up to a 60” TV, making it the ideal spot to cozy up around and watch all-day movie marathons with your friends. Change things up and use its spacious top surface as a place to display your favorite home décor items like decorative plants, knick-knacks and photos of your family. Read More
News flash – sliding barn doors are a must-have! Give your home the style it deserves with the trendy design and charming good looks of this credenza from the Barrister Lane collection. This entertainment stand accommodates up to a 60” TV, making it the ideal spot to cozy up around and watch all-day movie marathons with your friends. Change things up and use its spacious top surface as a place to display your favorite home décor items like decorative plants, knick-knacks and photos of your family. This media credenza features hidden storage behind its two sliding doors so you can display the best and hide the rest. It includes three adjustable shelves that can move to different heights to create flexible storage options for items of all shapes and sizes. These shelves are perfect for video and gaming consoles or movies and board games. Its enclosed back panel includes cord access so you can keep all your wires neat and out of the way. Finished in White Plank, this one-of-a-kind TV credenza is just what your home needs.
Holds up to a 60" TV weighing 70 lbs. or less for optimal viewing pleasure.
Hidden storage behind sliding doors because everyone needs a place to hide their clutter and chaos.
Three adjustable shelves for flexible storage options.
Cord management to keep your cord clutter neatly contained.
In 1934, Erie Sauder started a woodworking business in a barn behind his home in Archbold, Ohio. Originally a builder of custom cabinetry and church pews, he began crafting small occasional tables from the fine, leftover wood. In 1940, the workmanship of these tables eventually inspired a traveling salesman to place an astounding order of 25,000 — a seemingly impossible purchase order for a budding company. But with a little ingenuity and a lot of determination, Sauder Woodworking Co. grew and flourished. Fast forward to 1953 for Sauder to find the answer to its calling — a patented table that could be assembled at home. And it was this snap-together table that marked the beginning of the ready-to-assemble furniture industry.
Sauder Woodworking Co. is North America’s leading producer of ready-to-assemble (RTA) furniture and one of the top five residential furniture manufacturers in the United States. An authentic American original, 90 percent of Sauder® furniture is manufactured in Archbold, Ohio — right where we were founded in 1934. Although the town is small (pop. 4,300), our facility is expansive. With some of the most technologically advanced equipment in the world, the facility features nearly 4 million square feet of space, employs about 2,000 workers and houses a wide variety of local and imported materials. Sauder also sources furniture from a network of quality global partners, including a line of office chairs that complement its residential and light commercial office furniture.
We know what you’re thinking — why would anyone want to assemble their furniture? Well, if a hammer, screwdriver and a little help from us can equate to a lot of benefits for your budget and style, why wouldn’t you? Ready to assemble now?
*Credenza only, all other products sold separately.
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