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Item #: LIN-55176ESP-01-KD-U
Ship Weight: 28.0 lb
The Diamond Espresso Jewelry Armoire is a classic addition to your home. The armoire has four drawers, perfect for storing your entire jewelry collection. Each side opens to reveal a space outfitted for hanging necklaces. A flip top opens to reveal a ring and open storage space along with a hidden mirror. A soft felt lining protects your pieces as they are stored. The simple design and style allows this piece to easily complement any of your existing decor. Some Assembly Required.
- Finish: Espresso
- Material: MDF, Birch Veneer, Particle Board, Poplar
- Weight Limit: 150 lbs
- Classic addition to a bedroom, closet or dressing area.
- Ample interior storage
- Lined interior keeps all of your jewelry protected.
- Traditional Style and Design
- Espresso Finish
- Assembly: Some Assembly Required
|Linon produces durable and affordable furniture for the entire house. The product collections range from dining tables, chairs and stools to living room occasional tables. They also cover the kitchen and bedroom area of the house with high quality kitchen carts, islands and bedroom accents. With a 250,000 square foot distribution center located in Port Newark, New Jersey, Linon remains committed to providing quality and service that is unequalled in the business; they have also become the largest RTA importer from Brazil.|
Dimensions13.25 W x 10 D x 35 H in.
Item Weight28 lbs
Bar Stool Guide
If you have the below table, bar, or counter height, please get the chairs or stools with the following height:
Table 28" to 30" H --------- Chair 17" to 19" H
Counter 35" to 37" H ----- Stool 23" to 28" H (Counter Height Stools)
Bar 41" to 43" H ----------- Stool 29" to 32" H (Bar Height Stools)
Bar 44" to 47" H ------------Stool 33" to 36" H (Extra Tall Bar Stools)
There should be an 11" to 13" space between the seat of the stool or chair and the table surface.
To determine how many stools you need to fit your bar or counter, measure the length of the bar in inches and divide by 24. You should allow 24" of counter length per stool, with or without a back. Example: You would need four stools for an 8' counter.
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