Walker Edison
68" Glass Door Storage Hutch

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Walker Edison
68" Glass Door Storage Hutch

$548.10 with code: FRIEND
$1,099.00
$46/mo.* suggested payments for 12-months totaling $548.10 with a Macy's Card. *Learn More

Current selected color: Grey
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Qty: 1
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product details

Dust off your glass slippers and put them on full display in this stunning, 68" glass storage hutch. A dazzling display of open and closed storage offers spacious options for your organization needs. So, showcase your favorite wines and home decor and bring a bit of fairytale wonder into your home.

  • Product Dimension - 32.25" L x 15.75" W x 68.25" H
  • 2 cabinet doors with adjustable soft-close hinges
  • 2 drawers on telescoping metal glides
  • 2 adjustable shelves
  • Wall anchor hardware included
  • Use as a china cabinet, linen closet, or bedroom organization
  • Ships ready to assemble with step-by-step instructions
  • Limited 30 days warranty against defects
  • Warp Resistant Medium Density Fibreboard, Durable Laminate, Tempered Glass, Powder Coated Steel Finish - Dark Walnut, Grey Wash, Clear Glass, Metal
  • Wipe Clean
  • Imported
  • WARNING: Prop 65 Notice for CA customers
  • Furniture & Mattress Delivery, Returns & Services
  • Request warranty information
  • Web ID: 11511945
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    Split Board
    Apr 14, 2021

    The particle board split when putting in the lower supports. It's a question on whether or not the weight of the glass doors will even be supported. Do not buy. Put your money elsewhere. The board split when we went to stand it up for the doors.

    Split Board
    by Katie

    The particle board split when putting in the lower supports. It's a question on whether or not the weight of the glass doors will even be supported. Do not buy. Put your money elsewhere. The board split when we went to stand it up for the doors.