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With shiplap paneling and a crisp white finish, this standard bookcase provides a coastal farmhouse accent in your dining room or living room. It's made from solid mahogany wood and has crown molding and frame molding for additional farmhouse charm. The base has two drawers with cup pulls and two double-door cabinets for plenty of out-of-sight storage for your spare serveware or board games. The hutch has a wide open shelf with seven open cubbies up top where you can display vases or keep stacks
If you love to entertain, zero in on a built-in hutch to store dishes and pull double duty as a bar or buffet. Spare odds and ends like hair accessories and writing utensils all find a place in this sizable hutch that serves as a drop spot for running out the door. To further maximize your dining room's entertaining potential, consider stackable metal chairs. They can be easily cleaned and stored in a closet until needed for additional guests.