Give your home a touch of style with the European Manor Two Door Storage Cabinet. This piece will stand out among your other furniture with a decorative leaf pattern and antique black doors. Integrate this storage cabinet into your living room and watch it work as a TV cabinet, or bring it into the dining room and store china and silver in its spacious compartments. You will love the versatility that this cabinet has to offer. Boasting two doors and one large drawer, this piece from the European Manor collection will truly work beautifully in any room of your home!
- Storage cabinet
- Warm wood tone finish
- Antique black doors
- Two doors
- One drawer
- One year limited manufacturer's warranty
About Stein World
- 34.75" H x 39.75" W x 18" D
Stein World is dedicated to discovering and bringing to the marketplace the finest accent furniture from around the world. With over 50 years of experience, Stein World has been able to develop not only the resources, but true partnerships with quality manufacturers and artisans who make Stein World unique in the furniture industry today. Their commitment to you as the customer is to present only the highest quality furniture at prices that bring future family heirlooms into everyone's price range. Stein World Furniture Wood Care
Liquid spills will damage furniture if not removed promptly. If a spill occurs, immediately blot it gently without rubbing the surface. To clean stains or food spills, use a soft cloth, lightly moistened with a well-mixed solution of one teaspoon powdered laundry detergent and a quart of warm water. Dry completely after cleaning.
Avoid dry dusting as microscopic scratches may result. In addition, do change dust cloths frequently as a dirty cloth may scratch furniture surfaces. For regular, frequent dusting, a clean, soft, lint-free dust cloth, slightly dampened with water is suggested. Polishes that contain detergents, emulsifiers, and mineral oil are not harmful. Their use is optional, based on individual need. In homes where dusting is done less frequently and/or environmental pollutants are more abundant, dusting should always be done with a polish-moistened cloth. Polish cushions the cloth, eliminating the scratching that occurs with dry dusting.
Furniture polishes containing silicone cleaners are strongly discouraged as they create a high sheen barrier that repels not only water but also touch-up and refinishing products. Should any damage occur, touching-up and re-finishing those areas becomes virtually impossible. Waxes are to be avoided as their regular use results in a build-up that attracts airborne impurities such as pollutants, smoke, and dirt, which can leave smudges and streaks. The grit found in many waxes might also have a damaging effect.
Switching between types of polish is particularly undesirable, as streaky or cloudy surfaces will result from this action. Leather covered surfaces are best cared for in the same fashion as furniture upholstered in leather.