The commanding Barkly Square suite features numerous design elements that set this group apart. Its unique bed with spool beading details, fluted bun feet, and intricate resin work, accented by its mirror. Rosette rings with drop handles, full extension glides, felt lined top drawers, and French and English Dovetail construction add quality to its beautiful case pieces. A hidden felt lined push drawer and cabinet compartment found in the dresser are signature features setting this set apart from the rest.
- Three Spacious Drawers
- Felt-Lined Top Drawer
- Media Compartment
- Chord Control Cutout
- Antique Bronze Finished Knobs
- Fluted Bun Feet
- Spool Beading
- Dust Proofing Layer on Bottom Drawer
- Warm Oak Finish
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||Butt Joint Construction French Dovetail English Dovetail Corner Blocked Reinforcements Ball Bearing Drawer Guide
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||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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||The Barkley Square 3-Drawer Media Chest features a classic warm oak finish. This piece is adorned with antique bronze finished knobs and handles that are decorated with spool beading details. This TV stand comes with three, spacious drawers; perfect for storing away all of your DVDs or games. The large media compartment up top creates a designated space for your media devices. The chord control cutout in the back helps maintain and keep your wires out of sight. Bevel edges and bun feet complete the look of this traditional design.
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