This dresser and mirror set appears to have taken inspiration from the grandeur of heavily carved "lodge style" furnishings. Replete with stately elements like framed drawer fronts, thick mouldings and tapered legs, the lightly distressed finish with butcher block effect and aged steel-tone pulls further emphasizes this piece's unique heirloom qualities. Smooth-gliding drawers with dovetail construction are another reflection of quality from the inside out.
- Made of acacia wood, veneer and engineered wood
- Lightly distressed grayish brown finish
- Aged steel-tone hardware
- 7 smooth-gliding drawers with dovetail construction
- Mirror attaches to back of dresser
- Assembly required
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Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets
We offer free careful delivery within a 40 mile radius of our Chambersburg location and a 25 mile radius of our Gettysburg location on purchases of over $298. If your home is outside our free delivery zone, we will delivery your new furniture or mattress at a minimal fee. Please contact us to see if you are within our service area.
All furniture purchased from Colony House Furniture is warranted, to the original purchaser, to be free of defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year from the date of delivery or pickup. In the event a defect should occur within this period, the item will be repaired, or if proper repairs are not feasible, replaced at no charge to you.
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