Constructed from alder and poplar solids with rogue and quartered cherry veneers, this rustic Eaton Square Buffet by Bernhardt evokes authentic European style. Frame molding borders two beautiful fancy face doors, which each conceal two adjustable/removable shelves. Bracket feet and molding on the pilasters emphasize the buffet's masculine break front shape. Each of the two drawers is equipped with tools to make serving and storage easier, with a silverware insert in the right drawer and a wrapped pad in the left drawer. A Harvest Brown finish completes the piece for a rustic European look that is sure to enhance your formal dining space with smart storage and elegant style.
Primarily borne from English design, but featuring Italian and French influences, the Eaton Square collection is as authentic as it is beautiful. Grand like the greatest antiques, these are pieces with serious heft and weight, along with a myriad of details for the most discerning of collectors. Here traditional designs meet modern function, creating a collection that is comfortable but elegant. Rogue cherry veneers come in a mismatched, slip-and-swing pattern that looks random, but conveys an authenticity. A dry, Harvest Brown finish is warm and worn, with a definitive tonal quality, while leather wrapping on case pieces adds texture. Classic forms abound with undulating case fronts, as well as turnings in legs, and pilasters or columns on other pieces. Hardware comes in solid cast iron, and includes hanging bell pendants, ring pulls with large scrolled back plates and keyhole escutcheons. With enough sophistication for a country home, but the modern-day design to ensure unmatched comfort, Eaton Square is a collection that stands out from its peers.
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