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Sliding Door Dresser

Liberty Furniture Industries
Allyson Park Collection

Features

  • Wood: Poplar & Rubberwood Solids w/ Cathedral White Oak Tops
  • Finish: Wirebrushed White Finish w/ Charcoal Tops
  • Dimensions: W61 x D17 x H31
  • Box Dimensions: W65 x D20 x H35

Quick Specs

  • Type: Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets

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by Liberty Furniture Industries

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Create a classic cottage style with this sliding door dresser. The wire brushed white finish adds a taste of vintage, allowing this piece to work from the mountains to an industrial loft. The top is accented by planks while the white base is highlighted by bead molding and antique pewter hardware. Crafted of poplar and rubberwood solids, this piece features a sliding door, full extension drawer glides for easy access to storage, fully stained interior drawers, and felt lined top drawers, anchored by tapered feet. Style uncompromised with storage abound, enjoy the ample drawer storage, each equipped with bottom case dust proofing.

Dimensions: W61 x D17 x H31
Weight: 160 lbs.

Features

  • Wood: Poplar & Rubberwood Solids w/ Cathedral White Oak Tops
  • Finish: Wirebrushed White Finish w/ Charcoal Tops
  • Dimensions: W61 x D17 x H31
  • Box Dimensions: W65 x D20 x H35
  • Weight: 160 lbs.
  • Cubes: 26.4
  • English Dovetail Construction
  • Full Extension Drawer Glides
  • Bottom Case Dust Proofing
  • Fully Stained Interior Drawers
  • Felt Lined Top Drawers
  • Two Adjustable Shelves and 3 Drawers
  • Sliding Door
  • Tapered Feet

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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