Bring chic, cottage style to your bedroom with the 5-Drawer Chest - Antiqued White. Featuring ball feet and molding this dresser offers storage in style.
Additional Matching Pieces Available: The 3 drawer chest features exquisite details such as solid wood knobs and turned feet, eye-catching molding and grand feet. The mirror features a clean look and mounting brackets for wall or dresser use. The twin headboard features two window shutter like panels and bulbous finials atop. The armoire can be used as a TV armoire or bedroom armoire. As a clothing armoire, use the garment rod and drawers to store and organize. As a television armoire, the cabinet can accommodate most 24" TV sets and some 27" sets that weigh 95 lbs. or less. Divided shelves and drawers complete this armoire.
This Antiqued White 5 Drawer Chest brings a decorative element to the home that is comfortable, yet elegant. The antiqued white finish has a pleasant and cheerful presence, reminiscent of a seaside cottage. This chest of drawers features exquisite details such as solid wood knobs and turned feet. The dresser is constructed from quality MDF wood with a worn white finish, for a charming antique look. The white dresser feet are grand and bulbous, adding sturdiness as well as character. Eye-catching moulding around the top of the chest gives it sophisticated, clean lines. The vertical design of this bedroom dresser is space saving and perfect for smaller rooms! All Pieces made of MDF.
Comments about 5-Drawer Chest - Antiqued White - by Sauder - 158015:
We bought this product to add closet and drawer space for my husband in the master bedroom. We did not realize it would come in several flat boxes and require many hours to assemble. Some of the pieces were damaged. The bottom of the drawers slide into slots on the side, but not on the back. The clips provided do not hold the bottom to the back, making the drawers weak. If we put heavy clothes in the drawers, the bottom falls out. We were really left with no recourse, as we couldn't tell the pieces were damaged until after we'd unpacked the heavy boxes.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend