California contemporary design with a slightly weathered driftwood, natural brown oak finish. The Big Sur Chest with Mirror by homestyles is crafted from hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood. Solid wood surfaces have a wire-brushed texture, providing a weathered look. Three equal 14.75"-deep drawers, with the top drawer featuring a felt bottom to protect delicate items. Mirror features beveled glass and is backed by an engineered wood backing for added support. Can be hung vertically or horizontally and comes with brackets to attach to the back of the chest. Unique open-handle drawer pulls in brushed nickel finish. Raised plinth base adds to the straight-line contemporary design. Finish and measurements may vary slightly. Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service. Assembly required. Measures: 32.25"H x 35"W x 18"D. Mirror: 35"H x 29.25"W x 1"D.
- Crafted from hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood with a wire-brushed texture
- Three equal 14.75"-deep drawers with open-handle drawer pulls in brushed nickel, with felt bottom in top drawer
- Mirror features beveled glass and is backed by an engineered wood backing for added support
- Hang mirror vertically or horizontally, comes with brackets to attach to the back of the chest
- Finish and measurements may vary slightly
- Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service
- Assembly required
- Crafted from hardwood solids and straight grain oak veneers over engineered wood
- Delivered to your door by parcel post service
- Finish and color may vary.
- Assembly required.
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