Dressed in a distressed gray oak finish, the handsome Nathan bedroom collection adds warmth and style to any room.
Featuring clean lines and modern black finished hardware, this transitional set is sure to impress.
- Dresser: 6 Drawers
- Materials: Plywood and Solid Wood with Wire Brush
- Finish: Distressed gray oak finish
- Drawer Construction: English Dovetails with Kenlin drawer glides
- Care: Surfaces clean easily with a damp soft cloth
||Solid Wood w. Wire Brush/Plywood; Particle Board w. Melamine
||Dust Proofing; Front & Back English Dovetail; Bottom Panel fixed with Corner Blocks; Kenlin Drawer Glide w. Built in Stopper
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead and Lead Compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/furniture.
|Prop 65 Chemical
||Lead and Lead Compounds
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||The Nathan 6-Drawer Dresser is what rustic farmhouse dreams are made of! This dresser comes with six, spacious drawers; perfect for keeping all of your belongings neatly stored away. Store away your more delicate items in the felt-lined top drawer to help keep your items looking new. The bottom drawers feature a dust proofing layer, also to help protect your items and keep them looking like new. The dark, metal hardware pairs beautifully with the weathered gray oak finish. Sleek lines and bracket feet complete the look of this rustic design, that will become a staple in your home for years to come.
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