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Siena Wine Credenza (Nero) with Wine Refrigerator



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  • Dimensions (Credenza): 36"H x 75"W x 25"D
  • Italian design with spacious storage
  • Accented with solid brass hardware
  • Plus select perfect wine refrigerator for your needs (24 bottle, 28 bottle or beverage center)
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Item # 335 90 04
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Can I use this as a tv stand?
Melissa Z on Nov 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't use it as a TV stand ONLY but you could put your TV ON it and your wine IN it. The shelves on the left side could serve for your players, cable box, whatever. But the shelves in the middle have sections for your wine bottles and they slide out. Would be a crime to use this ONLY as a TV stand. But you could if you want. It is very sturdy.
I want to use this piece as a kitchen Island. I plan on replacing the top with an over sizedpiece of granite so it over laps a bit. Is the back of this piece finished?
Lynda S on Sep 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Follow-up on your question that I previously answered. We did consider using it as a sidebar in our eat-in kitchen. So, as long as you don't use your sidebar to store your china and flatware, it would still make a great piece for your kitchen/dining room. Johnny
hello, very interested in this unit but need a fridge that is better suited as a beverage to keep bottled water and soda, beer, cold. Do you have any fridge style units that fit in this credenza that works as a good fridge?
andrea h on Feb 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I received your question, but I am a past purchaser of this unit. I think your question is better directed to someone at Wine Enthusiast. Maybe they have an 800 number you can try? Good luck.
The description says this unit is 75" wide. We have a very tight fit and need to know if this is the dimension of just the cabinet or the widest dimension (the top or the base) of the entire unit?
Steve Y on Dec 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 75" width is the top which is the widest dimension of the cabinet. The bottom of the cabinet is approximately 74.25."
Can this be done in grey tone?
Kathy on Apr 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If Kathy is referring to the finish of the wine cabinetI cannot answer. If Kathy's question is referring to grey tones in the room where she would like to put the Sienna cabinet, the answer is yes. It looks great room with lots of grey tones.
I like the design, do you make one that is taller?
Judy H on May 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This Is the only height available. However we do have the ARMOIR..... 335 97 01 ?
Do you sell this in a light restoration hardwood type wood?
Vicki J on Dec 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This credenza is available in the Nero finish and a walnut finish only.
Customer Reviews

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love the credenza, not so much the refrigerator
The credenza itself is a beautiful piece and works well. I particularly like the sliding doors.
As for the refrigerator, I'm still having problems with the shelves fitting into their own grooves. I had some replacement shelves sent out very quickly but those were too short to fit as well. So I basically have one less shelf of storage space.
July 31, 2015
1 year ago
Great storage for wine lovers!
Overall this is exactly what I needed for our dining room! It holds enough bottles for the above average wine enthusiast and along with plenty of storage for glasses, etc. the drawer was deeper than expected and holds ALL of our corkers that we always get for gifts. I didn't give this 5 stars because the construction of the doors reminds me of something I would get from Potterybarn. The doors aren't very fluid and require and extra touch if strength and concentration to open. Other than that we are very pleased.
December 20, 2012
Just as described, quality. . .
March 31, 2016
1 year ago
Great Purchase
Looks great and stores quite a bit of wine.
August 5, 2014