Our Dawson Creek rustic bedroom collection features a sultry semi-gloss, deep chestnut lacquer finish. This carefully crafted set features clean lines throughout, sturdy panels in the headboard and footboard as well as brass metal knobs to com-pliment this warm and cozy look. Spacious drawers in case pieces, a three drawer night stand as well as additional drawer space in the footboard allow for ample storage space while the overhanging apron tops add a touch of sophistication to this ever charming bedroom group.
- Deep chestnut lacquer
- Custom select solid hardwoods and veneers
- Corner block reinforcements with wood cleats and screws
- provides solid construction
- Brass finished metal knobs
- Dust proofing on the bottom shelf for added protection
- Full extension side glide drawers
||Solid hard wood; MDF; Plywood; Acacia Veneers
||French and English dovetail drawer construction; Ball Bearing drawer glides; corner block reinforcements; dust proof case good bottoms
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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 Dawson Creek 8-Drawer Dresser is where style and function come together! This standard bedroom staple comes with eight, spacious drawers; perfect for keeping all of your belongings neatly stored away. The bottom drawers feature a dust proofing layer to help protect your belongings. The brass finished metal drawer knobs pair beautifully with the deep, chestnut finish. Sleek, clean lines and straight leg feet complete the look of this rustic dresser.
Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets
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