Traditional and modern design perfectly defines this 9-drawer chesser and mirror combo With turned, carved feet, simple drawer fronts and other enchanted decorative touches, this beautiful chesser will add warmth and flair to your bedroom suite. Stainless steel ball bearing drawer glides are durable and move easily, offering full extension to easily access your items. Three different drawer sizes are featured for organization and storage needs. Four large drawers, three medium drawers, and two small drawers will store plentiful clothing. Pair with the chesser mirror for the perfect compliment and vanity look in your bedroom.
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The Cambridge collection features a transitional style that is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design. Furniture lines are simple yet sophisticated balancing both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortably contemporary design. This unique and attractive collection features bedroom, occasional, and media room furniture. Features include paneled doors with interchangeable wood or speaker grill and the occasional functional iPod dock. These media storage devices feature lots of drawers, shelves, and doors; perfect for storing all of your DVD players, stereos, and game consoles! Avoid unsightly mess with these fabulously organized TV consoles. Liv360 occasional tables are featured with StoreCharge drawer for your cellphones, iPods, PDA's and other high tech gear. Each piece features finely crafted wood construction and smooth and finished edges. Table legs and elegantly carved and turned adding a beautiful finishing touch. Turned wood feet add a touch of class to each piece in this collection. Add these attractive pieces to your living room, family room, bedroom, entertainment room, or apartment style living today!
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