Louis XIV-style console, stamped Flachat et Cochet, Lyon
and dated 1893. It is made of golden oak with a serpentine apron, baluster legs, a curved bottom shelf and a single drawer with shell and scroll motifs in the apron. From ...
An homage to the apothecary cabinets once used
by pharmacists, this infinitely practical media center features adjustable shelves, including two top drawers with drop-fronts, a ventilated back to keep equipment cool, and grommets to thread and secure electrical cords.
This midcentury-inspired cabinet is designed with doors on
each end, two central drawers, and an open compartment for media equipment. A cut-out circle on the back makes wiring easy and organized. Fashioned with a beveled cabinet frame, slanted legs, and ...