Wow family and friends with the Homestead king panel bed, dresser, mirror, and chest. Crafted of rubberwood solids with split heart cathedral hickory veneers, this kit features a burnished sage finish with gray cerusing that has subtle distressing for a vintage aged character, distinctively shaped tops, rounded pilasters, bead molding, full extension drawers with premium felt lined top drawers and cedar lined bottom drawers, and is accented with hand hammered antique pewter bail and knob hardware. The panel bed features a scallop shaped crown with heavy bead molding and planked panels. The dresser has nine drawers, including three smaller drawers stretching the top of the case. Attach the scalloped shaped mirror to the dresser with the included bolt-on supports and enjoy the tranquility of the beveled edge. The chest offers six drawers, including one drawer with a bluff-cut giving the illusion of two smaller drawers while still supplying deep storage. A perfect blending of refinement with a casual feel, make the Homestead collection a staple in your home.
Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
Weight: 761 lbs.
- Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ Split Heart Oak Cathedral Hickory Veneers
- Finish: Burnished Sage Finish with Gray Cerused Accents
- Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Box Dimensions: W0 x D0 x H0
- Weight: 761 lbs.
- Cubes: 108.39
- Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Glides (45mm)
- French and English Dovetail Construction
- Bottom Case Dust Proofing
- Cedar Lined Bottom Drawers
- Premium Felt Lined Top Drawers
- Fully Stained Interior Drawers
- Bed Has Scallop Shaped Crown & Planked Panels
- Hand Hammered Antique Pewter Bail & Knob Hardware
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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