Sullivan Counter Height Drop Leaf Dining Table
ENT1045: Features: -Drop leaves for additional seating.-Drop leaf.-Wine storage, two storage drawers, a pull out tray, and a lower storage shelf.-Can be used as a kitchen island or dining space for two. Construction: -Constructed of wood. Color/Finish: -Black finish. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 36'' H x 54.5'' W x 30'' D.
Prepac Sonoma Black Cubbie Bench
Featuring a contemporary design and a sleek black finish, the Prepac Sonoma Black Triple Cubby Bench will add fashionable style and functional storage to your home. Use this convenient bench at the foot of your bed for blanket storage, or purchase wicker baskets and utilize the compartments for attractive toy storage. In the entryway, the Sonoma Triple Cubby Bench is ideal for shoes, hats, and gloves. This bench is constructed of high-quality, durable, easy-to-clean, laminated wood composites. The Prepac Sonoma Black Triple Cubby Bench provides additional seating and helps you to become more organized. Order yours today. Cubby Compartment Dimensions: Outside compartments: 13.75W x 14D x 12.5H inches Middle compartment: 14.25W x 14D x 12.5H inches About Prepac Manufacturing Prepac is a successful designer and manufacturer of functional and stylish RTA (ready to assemble) home furniture. They have been manufacturing state-of-the-art home furnishings and storage products in the heart of the forest-rich West Coast since 1979. To ensure that customers receive the highest quality products, Prepac's design, engineering, production, testing and packaging are all performed in-house. Each component of every product is carefully engineered to be produced with minimal handling, without compromising quality, function and value. Prepac's state-of-the-art materials management system tracks every component from cutting through to packaged goods, inventory support, and fulfillment to final delivery. Most of Prepac's RTA products are made from a combination of "engineered woods." Engineered Wood is a mixture of high quality hard and soft wood materials, which generally come from the surplus of original lumber processing. These materials are bonded together with a synthetic resin, in a process under high heat and pressure to make a very stable, environmentally friendly product. The result is dense, strong panels, which are then laminated with durable, attractive finishes.