Neilsville Chest of Drawers

SKU:
EB2120-245
Price:
B$ 562.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Made with engineered wood (MDF/particleboard/plywood) and decorative laminate for the right balance of affordability and durability

Rustic butcher block finish over replicated pine grain with authentic touch

Metal legs with a dark brown finish

Dark pewter-tone linear handle

4 smooth-gliding drawers with vinyl-wrapped sides and back

Safety is a top priority, clothing storage units are designed to meet the most current standard for stability, ASTM F 2057 (ASTM International)

Drawers extend out to accommodate maximum access to drawer interior while maintaining safety

Assembly required

Streamlined design and a stunning finish come together in one simply extraordinary piece. The Neilsville chest of drawers is sure to impress with four smooth-operating drawers, canted metal legs and a rustic butcher block finish over replicated pine grain texture. Its mid-century style is a nod to the past, while the updated finish keeps it solidly in the present.

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 48.534 lb
Dimension : 30"W x 19"D x 51"H

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :EB2120-245
Assembly Required : No Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052816983
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 5.19 ft3

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