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64 Inch Console - Antique Mint Finish

Progressive Furniture
E740 Buckhead Collection

 
Gorgeous vintage mint finish consoles with sliding glass mullion doors with adjustable shelving behind. Perfect for not only entertainment needs but foyer, office and craft room storage. Three sizes to choose from - 54", 64" and 74" consoles. Constructed of pine solids and veneers. Unique transparent mint finish with subtle distressing and slight chalky appearance. Sliding glass doors with mullions and adjustable shelving behind, simplified moldings and solid base rail. Grommets in back for wire management.

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