Wiltshire 3 Door Large Sideboard in Cream/Oak-Effect
This generously sized Wiltshire sideboard measures 138 cm in width, providing plenty of room behind its panelled doors for stowing away everything from dinner sets to DVDs.
An internal shelf is adjustable and removable for flexible storage, and its rural charm comes from a chunky style, shaped plinth and top, dainty metal handles and country cottage cream colour that helps the rustic oak-effect top stand out brilliantly.
The oak-effect has been thoughtfully detailed with intricate grain patterns and a rough sawn style for added character - just like you'd expect to find on the real thing.
Matching Wiltshire furniture is available to buy separately, including a large sideboard, TV unit and storage coffee table.
Please remember to measure your available space before ordering.
Dimensions: Height 82, Width 138, Depth 42 cm
Assembly: Self Assembly
Depth: 42 CM
Height: 82 CM
Width: 138 CM
3 Adjustable & Removable Shelves
3 Pre-Drilled Holes to adjust the height of the shelves
Full Cupboard Space Height (top to bottom) for each cupboard (approx): 66cms
Full Cupboard Space Width (left to right) for Left & Right Hand cupboards (approx): 44cms
Full Cupboard Space Width (left to right) for Centre cupboard (approx): 36cms
Full Cupboard Space Depth (front to back) for each cupboard (approx): 36cms
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