- Part of Arlington house Collection
- Crafted from poplar solids with acacia veneers and metal tube framing
- Cobblestone brown finish
- Full extension metal side drawer glides
- French and English Dovetail Construction
- Dust proofing
- Fully stained interior drawers
- Industrial style
- Metal base
- Flip down keyboard tray
- Antique pewter cup hardware
- Pull out printer shelf in Credenza
- Open slat bookcase
- Weight & Dimensions
- Writing Desk: 56"W x 30"D x 31"H - 167lbs.
- Credenza: 48"W x 22"D x 31"H - 178lbs.
- Open Bookcase: 37"W x 15"D x 60"H - 90lbs.
Arlington House Cobblestone Brown Home Office SetFeatures:
- Reviews1StopBedrooms Manufacturer InsightsIn 1992, Richard Brian and seven of his most trusted friends took a financial leap and began their own business manufacturing chairs and table tops. The furniture business is a competitive one, but Brian wasn’t a man to be intimidated. Even though he was only able to afford a basement level showroom in High Point, he took his wooden chairs out into the streets of America’s furniture heartland and gave them the exposure he knew they deserved. I... View more
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A distressed finish provides a look of aged character to any painted or stained surface. In order to achieve this appearance of natural wear, a craftsman will often use a hand finishing process, that may involve sanding through paint, scoring the wood finish, and treating metal surfaces to create a patina similar to the type that comes with a century in the weather. These processes leave the surface of the product with an antique look and feel where each piece is unique.