Can it be used as a microwave cart?
Bordeaux Espresso Finish Media/ Audio Pier Cabinet
Store your audio or media devices and books neatly on this four tier brown espresso pier cabinet. This wood and metal framed cabinet can effortlessly complement to your living room décor with its sleek espresso finish and ample storage space.
ITEM#: 14265207The Bordeaux media/audio pier cabinet is constructed of poplar solids and birch veneers in an espresso finish. This cabinet also features an iron metal frame, a storage drawer, four fixed shelves, and brushed pewter hardware and metalwork.
- Materials: Poplar solids, birch veneers
- Finish: Espresso
- Iron metal frame
- One storage drawer
- Four fixed shelves
- Brushed pewter hardware and metalwork
- Dimensions: 72 inches high x 22 inches wide x 18 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Material||Metal Veneer Wood|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets|
|Number of Shelf||4|
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We bought this to use in our kitchen as additional shelving for added storage; It is working great as a display for our wines and cookbooks. The drawer is an added bonus. We really love it!Read More
Very pleased with the Bordeaux Cabinet. Fit perfectly in my foyer, and is exactly what was pictured. Extra hardware was sent, and put together with ease.Read More
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Hello chucks32, you may be able to use with a microwave if the dimensions fit. We do not have a weight capacity on this item however, Overstock does not weight test items. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the height of the tabletop (above the drawer)? Can the lower portion be used without the top iron frame?
Thanks for your interest, the height of above the drawer is approximately 33 inches high. You can take off the iron frame on the top.
Hi would you be able to tell me the dimensions of the opening above the drawer. Thank you
The larger shelf is 18 ˝? W x 15? D The smaller shelf is 18 ˝? W x 11 ˝? D
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