103″W x 16 1/2″D x 78″H
51″ TV opening on 29″H Stand

– Six Glass Shelves with Wood Facing
– Three Wood Shelves
– Can Lights in Bridge and Bookcases
– Adjustable Shelf Underneath Bridge

5200 Wall Unit

OakOakBrown MapleBrown MapleCherryCherryQ.S. White OakQ.S. White OakRustic CherryRustic Cherry

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    $500 - $2999
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    $8000 - over

5200 Wall Unit

5200 Wall Unit in Oak, Cherry or Q.S. White Oak

An impressive centerpiece to a living room, den or basement, the 5200 wall unit from AmishOutletStore.com combines media and television storage with a pair of display cases for your books or curios. Capable of housing a TV up to 51″ across on a 29″ stand, the unit also includes six glass shelves with wood facing, three wooden shelves, lighted bridge and bookcases, and an adjustable bottom shelf. Whatever your storage needs, the 5200 Mission-style wall unit makes a handsome addition to your home.

Customize Your Piece with Unique Finish Options

With three types of wood and several different stains available, there are dozens of finish options to make your wall unit fit in with any kind of decor. Choose from solid wood cherry, oak or quarter-sawn white oak (a traditional method for processing lumber) and finishes ranging from natural to walnut. You’ll get the solid wood Shaker furniture you want without having to compromise your existing design scheme.

Made In USA Amish Furniture

Our furniture is proudly made in Ohio and Indiana by traditional Amish craftsmen, honing the skills that have been in their families for generations. When you purchase furniture from us, you’re not only contributing to the economy by buying an American-made product, you’re helping a community retain its cultural heritage.