Jessica McClintock Couture Media Chest
It's hard to call a TV elegant isn't it? Clean-lined contemporary cool - sure. But warm and homey? Not so much - at least not without the Jessica McClintock Couture Media Chest a stunning antique-inspired designer piece that instantly transforms any entertainment area into something a little old-school and a lot more refined. Carved detail rich hardware and a deep finish go a long way here - but so do roomy drawers and an interior electrical box. True style after all is about melding old lines with modern lifestyles.The chest is crafted from highly figured walnut veneers and prima vera and maple marquetry in a mink brown finish. Five large spacious drawers offer plenty of places to stash CDs DVDs VHS tapes and video game cartridges. The top drawer boasts a flip-down front that offers easy access to an interior electrical box where you can hook up electrical components without exposed cord clutter.Vintage-style gold-tone pulls grace each drawer and a scalloped bottom apron and sides are offset by small geometrically shaped and tapered legs. Decorative carved molding throughout provides a lovely finishing touch. Able to hold TVs up to 50W inches.About American DrewFounded in 1927 American Drew is a well-established leading manufacturer of medium- to upper-medium-priced bedroom dining room and occasional furniture. American Drew's product collections cover a broad variety of style categories including traditional transitional and contemporary. Their collections range from the legendary 18th-century traditional ""Cherry Grove "" celebrating its 42nd year of success to the extremely popular ""Bob Mackie Home Collection "" influenced by the world-renowned fashion designer Bob Mackie. ""Jessica McClintock Home"" features another beloved designer bringing unique style to an American Drew line. American Drew's headquarters are located in Greensboro N.C. Their products are distributed through thousands of independently owned retailers throughout the United States and Canada and around the world.