Traditional furniture isn't at all boring when we're talking about the Riverside Medley Camden Glass and Copper Inlay Center Mount TV Console with Deck. This classically clean modern-traditional entertainment center boasts cool metal accents and enough practical storage to make it a contemporary must for more traditional homes and a warm addition to more contemporary homes.The set - including a deck and a TV console - starts with durable Mindi hardwood solids and veneers finished in a warm cozy lightly distressed Camden shade. The console deck is topped with three cute cubby storage areas that can be left partially open thanks to two sliding doors. A fixed shelf in each area gives a home to family photographs. Two outside open sections feature four fixed shelves each for CDs DVDs and VHS tapes.The metal-embellished console's inside glass doors open to one adjustable and one fixed shelf each all ideal for DVD CD or DVR systems. Two outside doors enclose two pullout media storage trays to help you swiftly organize DVDs CDs VHS tapes and video games.Wiring access holes in the deck and console help you avoid cord clutter while built-in base levelers in the console keep the entire unit flush and in place. Able to support TVs up to 64W inches.DimensionsDeck: 65.75W x 14.5D x 53H inchesDeck side cubbies: 17.81W x 10.87D x 8H inchesDeck center cubby: 18.68W x 10.87D x 8H inchesDeck open space: 53.5W x 34.5H inchesConsole: 64W x 20D x 25.75H inchesConsole inside shelf areas: 18W x 15D inches with adjustable heightsConsole upper side shelf areas: 9.87W x 15D x 7.93H inchesConsole lower side shelf areas: 9.87W x 15D x 8H inchesMore About Mindi WoodOriginating in India and the Himalayas Mindy or Mindi wood is known for its straight grain and luster. It's naturally resistant to decay and remains smooth under friction with little shrinking or warping. Mindi wood takes polish well and is used in fine furniture and flooring.About Riverside FurnitureThe Arkansas River Valley is home to majestic forests ruggedly beautiful mountains gurgling brooks and swiftly flowing rivers. It's also home to Riverside Furniture Corporation. Riverside has been growing for more than half a century. The company's founder Herman Udouj opened the doors to his first factory in 1946 and along with 12 employees he began making handcrafted furniture for the post-World War II Baby Boom era. Since then three generations of Americans have furnished their homes and offices with Riverside's wide range of furniture products. Riverside strives to be trusted for quality products that are an affordable value. It's just that simple.