Chelsea Armoire in Century Red

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Our classic raised panel armoire. Scalloped bottom rail, rat-tail hinges, generous crown. Made from clear pine. Includes four adjustable shelves and wardrobe bar, for easy pantry / wardrobe conversion. A flexible storage solution, we've sold this cabinet for every conceivable purpose: as a bedroom or entrance wardrobe, as an entertainment cabinet, a kitchen pantry, an awesome toy chest, and a workspace supply cabinet. The solid top cap is an important design and usability feature, as items placed on top won't fall behind the distinctive crown moulding.


Our Century Red multi-tone, textured finish is a striking and incredibly rich statement — and somewhat more costly to produce. The Armoire is first stained in a natural wood tone, and then painted black, and then painted red. The next step is a painstaking wet process that must proceed slowly, and before the paint dries. Followed by a dry process, our Century Red finish is hand rubbed and textured, using an assortment of top secret shop implements and specialized techniques. This armoire will create an unmatched impression in any room. One could assemble an entire decorative story around it.

Dimensions

Overall
48" wide x 25" deep x 72" tall

Case
42" wide x 22" deep

Interior depth
20"

Particulars

• Pegged mortise-and-tenon joinery
• Material: Solid pine
• Treatment: Smooth Planed
• Finish: Painted
• Colour: Century Red
• Origin: Canada

Customization

Available in all Emporium Finishes.

• Custom Finishes: Available
• Custom Sizes: Available
• Custom Design Variations: Available

Adjustable Shelves

Adjustable shelves are crucial for flexibility of use. This cabinet features our simple yet sturdy cleat-and-trammel system. Solid, wooden pegs are arranged in slotted rails, for quick adjustments and no little shelf-clips to misplace.

Wardrobe Bar

This cabinet includes a sturdy and easily removable wardrobe bar for simple wardrobe / pantry conversions. The adjustable shelves can be stored in the bottom of the cabinet while not in use.

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