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Armoire Top

Liberty Furniture Industries
Magnolia Manor Collection

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W48 x D22 x H63
  • Box Dimensions: W51 x D25 x H67

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  • Type: Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets

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Accent your bedroom with the perfect blend of European Traditional design and casual appeal using the Magnolia Manor Armoire Top. Finished in a an antique white finish with heavy chipping combination this piece is crafted of poplar solids and white oak and birch veneers. The armoire top features an arched crown top molding with bead molding accents and canted corners. The doors have breakaway hinges that allow a wrap around motion. The interior offers storage galore with two adjustable shelves and open compartments along with two storage drawers. A removable wardrobe bar rounds out the armoire. The armoire top must be sold with the base.

Dimensions: W48 x D22 x H63
Weight: 231 lbs.

Features

  • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ White Oak & Birch Veneers
  • Finish: Antique White Base w/ Weathered Bark Tops
  • Dimensions: W48 x D22 x H63
  • Box Dimensions: W51 x D25 x H67
  • Weight: 231 lbs.
  • Cubes: 49.07
  • Full Extension Metal Side Drawer Glides
  • French & English Dovetail Construction
  • Fully Stained Interior Drawers
  • Felt Lined Top Drawers
  • Interior Dimension: 42.5W x 16.75D x 38.5H
  • Removable Wardrobe Bar
  • 2 Adjustable Shelves
  • Antique Pewter Knob and Bail Hardware

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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