Promenade Entertainment Console
At A Glance:Features:
The Promenade Entertainment Console adds bright energy and casual style alongside optimal functionality. Offering a stylish two tone finish of antique linen paired with a deep brown top, this entertainment console includes plentiful media storage with dual cabinets that include both open storage and pull out media storage. The center of the console offers a glass protective door with two adjustable shelves that provide the perfect place for a stereo system and DVD player. The classic casual elegance of the console is enhanced with bracket feet and lovely molding that adds to the charm and character of the piece.
- Overall Size: 26.5" h x 62" w x 20" d
- Antique linen finish
- Crafted of pine solids, birch veneers and glass
- Two-tone finish
- Two side doors each include pull-out media storage and open storage area
- Two adjustable wood shelves inside center beveled glass door
Materials & Measurements
Materials: Crafted of pine solids, birch veneers and glass
Overall: 26.5" h x 62" w x 20" d
Open storage area: 9" h x 15" w x 17" d
Center area: 17" h x 19" w x 17" d
Number of Shelves Behind Doors: Two adjustable wood shelves behind glass door
Shelves are Adjustable: Two adjustable wood shelves
Weight: 164 lbs
About the Manufacturer
In October 1943, after eight years working with furniture manufacturers in the Carolinas and Virginia as a sales representative of the Reliance Varnish Company and Central Glass Company, Hamilton Louden Bruce decided to try his hand at furniture manufacturing. Leasing a small building for $15.00 per month, he hired two helpers and started to manufacture canvas covered lawn chairs. Production amounted to 24 chairs a day. The company derived its name from Hamilton and his wife, Mary, therefore Hammary.
Late in 1947, Mr. Bruce dropped the lawn chair line and began to manufacture a group of occasional tables. With a briefcase full of designer's sketches, Mr. Bruce made a quick tour of Eastern retail furniture outlets and came home with $200,000 in orders... this before the first sample tables were made at the plant. In 1948, the company started producing mahogany and gum tables with leather and mahogany tops, shifting the next year to leather tops exclusively with all genuine Honduras mahogany.
Today, Hammary offers a variety of styles in Occasional Tables, Chairsides, and Hidden Treasures pieces. Table groups contain an assortment of items such as cocktail tables, lamp tables and sofa tables in a choice of wood or glass tops. In addition to tables manufactured from various species of wood, Hammary also carries tables fabricated from metals such as wrought iron, cast iron or cast aluminum with wood, glass tops, or marble.