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What a perfect way to hide your extra large toaster (deeper) - This primitive extra large toaster cover is designed to slide over your large size toaster , small appliances or stored staples and is much deeper than the regular toaster cover we offer. LACKING CUPBOARD SPACE - THIS IS THE SOLUTION. YOU CAN HIDE ALL OF THOSE SMALL APPLIANCES THAT TAKE UP SPACE OR USE IT TO COVER UP THOSE EXTRA BOXES OF STAPES . YOU MAY EVEN COVER UP YOUR BREAD, BUNS, OR ROLLS. It has 3 sides, as shown in pictures, for easy placement over toaster oven or small appliances when not in use. The cover has 8 apothecary faux drawers with 8 wood knobs. This cover has a very realistic look to it!

Measurements of the cover outside are approximately 15" wide x 12 " deep x 10" tall ( top is19" wide x 13 1/4" deep ). Inside measurements are 13 1/2 wide x 11 1/4" deep x 9 1/4" tall. This primitive toaster cover is made from pine which may show some natural grain and knots in the wood. This item is great for giving your kitchen that primitive Early American touch. Our items are distressed with a multi-step process. The cover is painted black over barn red and distressed in just the right worn places. We seal all of our products (3 coats) for interior use.

You may choose your color if you wish, so please email us.

Primitive Wood EXTRA LARGE Toaster Cover

$62.95 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, wood finishes
  • Made to order
  • Only ships to United States from Michigan, United States.
  • Feedback: 149 reviews
  • Favorited by: 177 people