Rachael's Highline collection is a reflection of the heart of New York City: Bold and fresh. Born of clean, modern styling and rich textural finishes, these pieces invite you to relax without all the clutter, and unwind in beautiful surroundings. Crafted of poplar solids with white oak veneers in a soothing greige finish, these pieces pieces feature soft nickel-finished, custom hardware and accents that add a quietly refined touch.Quality & Construction
Rachael Ray Home products feature:Materials
Felt-lined top drawers on bedroom and dining cases
cedar-lined bottom drawers on bedroom cases
drawers are constructed with English dovetail joinery
Side mounted, ball bearing extension guides
Finished drawer interiors
Dust proof bottoms
select items have power outlets including USB ports
three-way touch lighting on select items
Easy cleaning fabrics
Multi-function & multi-room furniture
Crafted of select hardwoods & quartered oak veneers in a greige finish
Custom-designed soft nickel hardware & accents
- Two doors with stemware holders
- Adjustable glass shelf with plate grooves
- Wine cooler compartment with vent slot and removable wine rack when wine cooler not used
- Pull-out shelf
- Two drawers
- Three wine bottle shelves
- Lighted three-way touch
- **Wine Enthusiast Model #2720213
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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