Personalize this Oak Wood Traditional 104" Entertainment & Bookcase Wall System in Coffee Finish - Choose Wood & Color
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Personalize this Oak Wood Traditional 104" Entertainment & Bookcase Wall System in Coffee Finish - Choose Wood & Color. This wall system is comprised of a 54" wide TV console, two 24" side base cabinets with doors, 24" upper bookcases and a bookcase bridge. This traditional TV console should hold at least 5 electronic components depending on the size. Center area can hold a sound bar. Features two storage raised panel doors with one fixed shelf behind each door. Also features two glass doors with one adjustable shelf. The side bookcases feature a raised panel door and five adjustable shelves.
- Choose 54", 58" or 63" wide TV stand
- Side units are available 24", 30", 36" or 47"wide. Add 1" to each side for molding when measuring.
- Choose oak or alder
- Choose traditional or shaker style
All pieces are available in custom sizes and configurations.
Each piece is fully assembled. No particle board. Made in California. Manufacturer: Oak Design.
Solid Oak Wood and Oak plywood. No particle board.
- Solid wood and plywood with no particle board
- Adjustable shelving
- Fully assembled
- Made in the USA
- Available in Oak Wood or Alder Wood
- Custom sizes available
Click an image to select the option.
Oak Design Finishes
Oak - Medium Oak
Oak - Light Oak
Oak - Coffee Lacquer
Oak - Dark Oak
Oak - Weathered Grey
Oak - Clear Lacquer (Natural Lacquer)
Oak - Unfinished
Oak - Cherry Lacquer
Oak - White Lacquer
Oak - Black Lacquer
Alder - Hazelnut
Alder - Antique Cherry
Alder - Mocha
Alder - Pecan
Alder - Unfinished
Alder - Black Lacquer
Alder - White Lacquer
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More about Oak Design Furniture
Oak Design Furniture has established itself as an oak and alder furniture manufacturer with consistent quality and attention to detail to every item shipped from its facility. Oak Design is family owned and operated in Chino, California since 1986.