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Four-Door Sutton Sideboard in Williams



With clean lines, a low profile, yet classic raised panel doors, our Sutton Sideboard cuts a timeless silhouette. And at 90" long, it makes a strong, practical statement.

Designed to stand the test of time – fashionable, but resistant to the ravages of impulsive fad. Every inch is solid wood – yes the back as well. Built to last for generations to come. Joinery is mortise and tenon throughout. Door panels float in the door frames. The cabinet top is 1 1/4” thick. At only 15” deep, the unusually slim profile of our shallow version is ideal for slight spaces. The 17" deep version provides a little more interior storage with a small bump in outside depth, and the 19" version is traditional depth/storage for sideboards, buffets and servers. Exceedingly practical, each bay has two adjustable shelves.


As shown: 90" wide x 15" deep x 37" tall

The Four-Door Sutton is available in three depths: 15" deep (shallow), 17" deep (less shallow) and 19" deep (traditional sideboard depth).  

Shallow: 90" wide x 15" deep x 37" tall
• Case: 87" wide x 13.5" deep
• Door openings: 20" wide x 29" tall 
• Interior depth: 11.75 

Less Shallow: 90" wide x 17" deep x 37" tall
• Case: 87" wide x 15.5" deep
• Door openings: 20" wide x 29" tall 
• Interior depth: 13.75 

Traditional: 90" wide x 19" deep x 37" tall
• Case: 87" wide x 17.5" deep
• Door openings: 20" wide x 29" tall 
• Interior depth: 17.75


• Material: Select, knot-free, solid pine
• Hand fit mortice and tenon joinery
• Adjustable shelves
• Treatment: Hand sanded case, hand hewn top
• Finish: Lacquer clear-coats over painted case and stained top
• Colour: Williams
• Hardware: Wood knobs, black; hinges, black
• Design: The Emporium
• Origin: Canada


Available in all Emporium Finishes. 

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

Hand Hewn Top

Hand planed top

Hand hewing produces a uniquely textured effect. We use a number of hand tools in the process – planes and scrapers mostly, and even some home-made implements. A hand worked surface will "take the finish" differently than a smooth sanded surface. Not so differently that they appear mismatched, just different enough to layer in some variety. The result is a warmly mottled and very forgiving finish. A hewn surface arrives new with variation of colour and texture. The odd scratch or dent will blend right in, enhancing the character, rather than diminishing the perfection.  

Adjustable Shelves

Adj 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. They don't break. They are easy to adjust – even with a loaded shelf – difficult to lose, and simple to replace.

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