Federal Breakfront Stereo Cabinet in Sapela
This cabinet was designed for a customer to house stereo and AV components below a flat screen wall mounted TV. The design is based on a federal style breakfront cabinet and features solid wood construction with a variety of inlayed stringing details. The cabinet allows the electronics to be completely hidden from view and complements a formal or semi-formal setting. The cabinet is constructed from solid Sapela (an African mahogany) and features one fixed shelf and three adjustable shelves in the center cabinet to hold a variety of stereo components. The side cabinets feature five pull out drawers to hold CD's, DVD's and a lower area for LP's. This piece could also be designed for use as a hall cabinet, dining room or bedroom piece. The size and wood selection can be customized to suit your requirements.
Solid Mahogany legs with French style feet, grain matched top and sides.
Overall dimensions: 44" wide x 40" high x 24" deep
Reproduction antiqued pewter hardware and modern under-mount drawer slides.
Cabinet doors and top feature stringing inlay details.
Frame and panel construction with mortise and tenon joinery.
Interior shelves for holding entertainment equipment.
IR Remote relay device installed so equipment can be controlled without opening doors.
Back panel is traditional ship-lapped solid wood with custom wire exits and ventilation.
Can be stained to compliment existing furniture or desired color.
Finished with varnish or shellac.
Hand rubbed and waxed to a satiny sheen.
Detail view of center cabinet
Detail view of side cabinets
Detail view of open top for record player access
Detail view of stringing inlay.