Livingston Console Cabinet
As the world around us grows increasingly synthetic, we have this desire to connect with something real. We long for retreat. Instead of rushing to the next appointment, to simply pass along the trail and enjoy what it has to offer. At Kincaid we feel this connection too. To not only be inspired by our favorite trails, but to capture their natural character. In an increasingly artificial world, why not come home to something authentic, peaceful, and timeless.
The Trails Collection by Kincaid is inspired by the pinnacle of cohesive design - nature. The collection blends textures, colors, and materials found in the great outdoors in a way that is uniquely suited to Kincaid. For instance, the natural texture and form of a tree is evident in a bed post; or how the gray color of rocks in a riverbed blend against their surroundings; or where the finish of a table mimics the sandy tones of sediment along a trail. Regionally, Trails takes cues from the rich earth tones found along the Appalachian Trail to the lighter shades of the trails around Santa Cruz or the tapestry of colors found fishing along the headwaters of the Colorado River.
Body Depth: 16.0Body Height: 32.0Body Width: 41.4Design Elements and Features
Two doors, adjustable wood shelf, cord exit, hand holds in back of case and adjustable levelers. White Oak.
- Solid wood construction for quality and beauty that will last a lifetime
- Multi-step finish system to highlight the natural beauty of the wood *Combinations of different solid wood species are used *Not all exposed surfaces are constructed of solid wood
Cabinets / Consoles
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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