Gracefully-designed with a modern sensibility, the simple contemporary profiles of the Lenox Collection of bedroom furnishings come alive with architectural elements and mixed materials including wood, metal, glass and clear mirror. Crafted of Random Width Cathedral White Oak Veneer and Hardwood Solids, Lenox combines the soft Arcadia White finish with Warm Silver metal accents and Bronze Glass for a refined and romantic elegant glam. A signature geometric fretwork in the Warm Silver finish appears on case fronts, the border of bedroom mirrors, running vertically in the center of the Panel Bed headboard, giving a designer flair to the collection. Metal ferrule caps in the warm silver finish on the bench legs and the legs of the panel beds are a sophisticated touch and complement the Silver Mist hardware. Three stunning bed selections include a panel bed with the headboard and footboard framed in the Warm Silver fretwork, a panel bed with the decorative fretwork in the center of the headboard, and a bed with headboard and upholstered footboard. Both the panel beds and the upholstered bed have a storage footboard option. Bring grace and glamour to your home with the Lenox Collection.
- B5490-07: Bachelor Chest
- 34"W x 18"D x 32"H
- 86.36cm W x 45.72cm D x 81.28cm H
- Construction & Features:
- 2 wood framed bronze glass doors with PU fretwork on front.
- 1 felt lined top drawer and 1 adj. wood shelf behind the doors.
- tinted drawer w/french dovetail in front & english in back.
- side mount ball bearing guides.
- sealed case piece.
- metal caps on feet.
- weight capacity: 150 lbs for top, 100 lbs for shelf.
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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