Morris Square Tapering Columns-4-1/2"W x 42" Length

Add the simple, solid beauty of the Craftsman style to your next project with Morris Square Tapering Columns! Each column has subtle, finely-balanced touches at the base and crown, making them perfect for island corners - simply cut a V-notch in one corner of the leg. Or you can halve them or quarter them to dress up the faces of base cabinets. Choose in Cheery, Maple or Red Oak in two column heights: 36" and 42", and in two widths: 3-1/2" and 4-1/2".Technical Details:Gives any project an elegant, finished look with minimal effortIdeal for island cornersEasy to install, just cut a V-notch in one corner of the legAlso may be halved or quartered to dress the faces of base cabinets

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