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Rigby Media Console

Rigby Media Console
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SKU: 553158


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The Story

The ultimate in storage versatility, this multi-purpose modern console mounts to a wall at any height or stands on an optional base. Rich with tone and texture in rustic teak and matte near-black finish, console offers combined open and concealed storage with two doors, three shelves and plenty of cord management. Doors and shelves are solid teak; slender, elongated brass door pulls are finished in matte black. Hang it low for a media console, hang it mid-range for entryway or buffet use, or hang it high for storage in any room.

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Rigby Media Console is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Media Addition! I saw this piece and absolutely needed to have it. It exudes style and looks amazing in my living room. The teak looks amazing and there is ample room for storage. Wires are easily hid with the ports underneath and behind it as well. Excellent piece!
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from An "improvisable" piece! This piece is true versatile! We decided to pair it with the Diego Media console and they contrast each other great. A few minor problems were quickly corrected. Because we chose to mount it above our tv, it was important that the bottom of the console was "presentable". Unfortunately the finished detail wasn't as good as the sides and top so I decided to sand and re-stain the bottom, which was an easy, half a day fix. To attach the sides, they actually used stapes combined with screws, which I filled in with a wood filler and stained. The pre drilled wire holes on the bottom were perfect for installing some puck lights. I also flipped the doors upside down so I can open the doors a little easier. All in all, this is a great, unique piece!!
Date published: 2014-01-06
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