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Distressed Wood Shelf - Coat Rack - Shabby Cottage - Antique Furniture - Cottage Chic

A distressed 3-compartment storage shelf coat rack with slate stone panel doors. Other features include: A plate groove that keeps plates in their place, five ring-shank barn nail hooks with maple ball ends, magnetic door catches, maple pulls, bronze-finish hardware, simulated 'through' tenons, metal keyhole hangers, pocket-hole & dovetail joinery. Each compartment measures 11"wide by 3-7/8" deep by 2-1/4" high.

***This shelf is part of a collection named "Distressed Stone" that can be seen here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheWoodenAttic?section_id=11525137

Built from solid clear pine then painted in Martha Stewart's Heavy Cream and distressed. The paint is distressed but not beaten, then the shelf is rubbed down with an aging process and finally given multiple coats of clear water based satin polyurethane. Dimensions are 39-1/2" long by 9" tall by 6-1/4" deep.

***Color chart in this listing is a representation of the colors I carry. To see the actual color chart please follow this link***

Item listed ships USPS parcel post insured and will require a signature at delivery. Contact me if you'd like a faster method. Shipping rate is for continental USA.


All information, photographs, artwork and designs are © 2012 DC Creations, LLC.

Distressed Wood Shelf - Coat Rack - Shabby Cottage - Antique Furniture - Rustic Shelf - Cottage Chic


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: off white paint, bronze finish hardware, iron hooks, solid pine, maple pulls, slate stone, natural stone
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 200 reviews
  • Favorited by: 896 people