The Artesia dresser provides a commanding presence in any room. This contemporary dresser in a salvaged natural wood finish features a five storage drawers. This beautiful dresser is accented with raised and scrolled motifs. This fashionable dresser will fuse with the surrounding Decor and transform a room from ordinary into something interesting and sophisticated.
•5 Drw & 2 Doors
•Door w/Raised Scrolled Inlays
•Drawer: Raised/Recessed Fronts, Side Metal Glide Drawer (Full Ext.), Dovetail French Front & English Back, Felt Lined Top Drawer, Hardware: Single Oversized Handle
•Wood: Pine, Poly-Resin Moldings
•Wood Bracket Base
- 5 Drw & 2 Doors
- Door w/Raised Scrolled Inlays
- Drawer: Raised/Recessed Fronts, Glide Side Metal (Full Ext.), Dovetail French Front & English Back, Felt Lined Top Drawer, Hardware: Single Oversized Handle
- Wood: Pine, Poly-Resin Moldings
- Wood Bracket Base
- 68""L x 18""W x 42""H
- Weight: 218 lbs
- Materials: Wood
- Materials (Type of Wood): Wood (Pine), Poly-Resin
- Assembly Required: Yes
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
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