Contemporary design with rustic character. The Sedona Dresser with Mirror Set by homestyles is crafted from mahogany solids and cherry veneers over engineered wood, with hand-applied, aged cracks and distressing for an authentic rustic aesthetic. The set features an aged toffee-colored finish. The top two drawers feature felt bottoms to protect delicate items. There are four additional drawers. All drawers are 14.75"D x 6.5"H. The drawer fronts are framed with antiqued nickel-finished drawer pulls. The mirror is solid mahogany with a molded frame and beveled mirror glass. Mirror mounts are included, as well as wall hanging hardware for vertical or horizontal hanging. Finish and measurements may very slightly. Assembly required. Dresser: 36"H x 52.75"W x 18"D. Mirror: 37.5"H x 31.5"W x 1.25"D.
- Crafted from mahogany solids and cherry veneers over engineered wood, with hand-applied, aged cracks and distressing for an authentic rustic aesthetic
- Features an aged toffee-colored finish
- Top two drawers feature felt bottoms, with four additional storage drawers
- Drawer fronts are framed with antiqued nickel-finished drawer pulls
- Mirror has molded frame and beveled mirror glass, with hardware for mounting, or hanging vertically or horizontally on a wall
- Mirror is solid mahogany with a molded frame and beveled mirror glass
- Assembly required
- Crafted from mahogany solids and cherry veneer over engineered wood
- Delivered to your door by parcel post service
- Finish and color may vary.
- Assembly required.
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