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CATSKILL CRAFTSMEN INC Catskill Butcher Block Island with Raised Panel Doors

Item# 268-CLC135-1-AF | Model# 54220 | Added on August 16, 2015 | Seller: Hayneedle
CATSKILL CRAFTSMEN INC Catskill Butcher Block Island with Raised Panel Doors
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Made of Northeastern hardwood with an oil finish. Features large single drawer designed to look like 2 drawers. Includes a 4-door compartment with adjustable shelves. Includes a towel bar, spice rack, and 2 locking casters. Dimensions: 44.375W x 20D x 34.5H in.. Get the extra work space you need with a style that complements your kitchen with the Catskill Butcher Block Island with Raised Panel Doors. Crafted of Northeastern hardwood, this beautiful island features a natural oil finish and a classic butcher block top. Lower raised panel doors open to reveal spacious storage and adjustable shelving for serving dishes or appliances. A set of two top drawers keeps other necessities like knives, napkins, or cookware close at hand. Other features include a handy spice and towel rack and smooth rolling casters that let you maneuver this cart wherever it's needed. Dual front locking casters keep it in place. Proudly made in the USA with sustainably harvested domestic hardwood.About CatskillBased in Stamford, New York, Catskill Craftsmen is the nation's leading manufacturer of ready-to-assemble kitchen islands, carts, and work centers. Every item is made from naturally self-sustaining, non-endangered North American hardwoods like birch and hard rock maple. Because all sawdust, shavings, and waste materials generated during the manufacturing process are converted into wood pellet fuel, Catskill Craftsmen generates no wood waste. Founded in 1948, this privately held company is dedicated ... read more
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