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Mission Style McCoy Wall Entertainment Cabinet
The classic Mission style has enjoyed a rich and lasting legacy in the furniture world. The Mission style has become a staple in the world of hand-crafted furniture. From its beginnings, in the American Southwest, the mission style serves as an architectural inspiration to artists. Noted for its blending of traditional and modern, it beautifully accents the Mission Style McCoy Wall Entertainment Cabinet.
The Mission Style McCoy Wall Entertainment Cabinet features solid quarter sawn white oak construction, glass doors with wood mullions, dovetailed drawers and classic black diamond knob hardware. Other highlights include details such as KV ball-bearing full-extension drawer slides, touch lighting, smoked glass, and adjustable shelves. The mission style McCoy Wall Entertainment Cabinet blends the timelessness of traditional, hand-crafted workmanship with the modern beauty of sleek, beautiful construction.
Is the TV in your man cave or entertainment room bigger than 66 inches? Be sure to ask about extending the length of the center cabinet. If you desire to put speakers in the tower cabinets on each end the glass doors can be replaced with speaker cloth-covered doors. Your existing furniture maybe a cherry color. The McCoy unit can be built using cherry wood. It can also be built with brown maple and finished with a cherry-colored finish. The options for you are endless. Think about your space needs, about the entertainment equipment that you need to store in the cabinet. Also about your preferred furniture style and the color of your room and furniture. All of these will impact how the McCoy unit can look in your home.