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Franklin 60-inch Media Console
from State College, Pennsylvania
The Franklin 60-inch Media Console adds both functionality and style to indoor living spaces with contemporary styling, sleek lines, and bold, smooth natural wood grains that bring an artisan look to this functional piece complete with thee customizable storage drawer and shelving configurations. Handcrafted in Pennsylvania using solid hardwoods, this collection, like all Spectra Wood furniture, features high-end, heirloom quality furniture that will last for generations to come and is sourced through eco-friendly, sustainable methods.
Available in solid American cherry or walnut hardwood
All finishes other than Oiled Cherry and Oiled Walnut utilize a spray-applied, furniture-grade clear lacquer
Oiled Cherry and Oiled Walnut Finishes utilize a hand-rubbed oil-and-wax blend
3 drawer/shelf configurations available
Metal legs available - Please phone to inquire
Handcrafted using innovative crafting methods in State College, Pennsylvania
60"w x 22"d x 24"h
3 Drawers & Open Shelves: 210 lbs
1 Drawer & Glass Doors: 183 lbs
2 Drawers & Glass Doors: 192 lbs
Includes Free Home Delivery & Set-up
Constructed of solid, domestically-sourced Cherry or Walnut
Sustainably Sourced Wood
Spectra Wood shares our respect and admiration for nature's treasures. 100% of the wood used in constructing these beautiful pieces is sourced from domestic and sustainable forests, and all of the Cherry comes from the Allegheny Forest in northwestern Pennsylvania.
Homespun in State College, PA
The Franklin 60" Media Console, like all products from Spectra Wood, is handcrafted by a team of dedicated and highly skilled Artisans in State College, Pennsylvania, using time-honored techniques and modern machinery.