Is the perfect marriage of rustic charm and industrial edge, the sophisticated Chesters Mill Bedroom Collection would work in a loft in the mountains and in a home in the suburbs. The bright Alabaster finish on each frame - constructed of pine solids - is complemented by Aged Iron hardware for a look that's modern and refined. Nine bed options are available in this collection, including three sizes of a knockout poster bed with an open canopy, as well as three sizes of a panel bed with optional storage underneath. The panel beds feature handcrafted metal detailing, providing additional handsome detail. Casegood pieces, including chests, nightstands, a dresser and a mirror, echo the industrial design with fresh forms highlighted with large bale pulls. A highlight is the unique Door Chest with sliding door, reminiscent of an old warehouse or barn, which is complete with two shelves, six drawers and wire management capabilities. The nightstand options - one open with two drawers and a pull-out shelf on the top, and one closed with three drawers - both feature on/off touch lighting control and wire management. This collection is also available in a warm Rustic Pine as well as a Weathered Charcoal finish, providing even more design options. Choose Chesters Mill for a modern, light industrial look and watch your space be transformed.
- B5405-10: Drawer Chest
- 46"W x 19"D x 54"H
- 116.84cm W x 48.26cm D x 137.16cm H
- Construction & Features:
- 5 drawers with felt lined top drawer.
- tinted drawers w/french dovetail in front & english in back.
- side mount ball bearing guides.
- sealed case piece.
- metal with nails decoration at top 2 sides.
- weight capacity: 150 lbs for top.
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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