The Scott Dark bedroom set will update any bedroom with its fashion-forward functionality.
Add additional storage to your room with the captains bed that provides storage in both the headbaoard and footboard.
All storage spaces are hidden behind beautifully craft-ed barn doors found on the chest and bedframe.
The antique, walnut staining compliments the rustic, barn doors, and enhances the wood paneling found throughout the case pieces.
- Poplar wood solids with oak veneer
- English dovetails in in back of drawers
- French dovetails in front of drawers
- Felt lined top drawers
- Built-in ball bearing drawer glides
- Hidden drawers in dresser
- Hidden USB ports in nighstand
- Double drawer with hidden storage on nightstands
||Rubberwood; MDF Oak Veneer; Metal; Butt Joint Construction; Corner Blocked Reinforcements
||Drawer Fronts: French Dovetail; Drawer Backs: English Dovetail; Fixed by Corner Blocks; 3/4 Extension; Ball Bearing Drawer Guides; Built-In Drawer Stopper
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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 Scott 2-Drawer Nightstand is going to look great in your bedroom! This nightstand comes with two USB ports, perfect for keeping your devices charged while you sleep. This bedside staple also comes with a hidden drawer, perfect for storing away your more valuable items. The top drawer also comes with black, felt lining to help protect delicate items. Dark metal hardware pairs beautifully with the walnut, distressed finish.
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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