Lexorne Dining Server

SKU:
D924-60
Price:
B$ 1,598.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Traditional design motifs, redefined for today’s trends. Inspired by timeless Louis Philippe styling, this dining server is distinguished by its stunning attention to detail. You’ll find the light gray finish encourages an attitude of laid-back luxury. Complete with antiqued mirror doors and subtle storage drawers, it reigns over your dining room with an air of casual elegance.

  • Made with hardwood solids, birch veneer and MDF substrate
  • Light gray finish enhances the natural wood grain
  • 4 antiqued mirror doors
  • 3 accessory drawers in upper valance
  • Specifications +

    Vendor Modal Number :D924-60
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