Description: Open Nightstand
Product Description: Easygoing elegance meets modern convenience with the Harmony open nightstand. Outfitted with a roomy, high-quality felt-lined top drawer and two open lower shelves, this nightstand also features integrated power to keep unsightly cords concealed. And a built-in USB port keeps devices powered up and close at hand. A chalky, weathered finish is contrasted with a gunmetal finished pull, while shiplap details, reeded accents and turned bun feet add to the unique vintage charm.
- Case Good Options: White chalk paint-like finish. Made with birch veneers and rubberwood solids. Picture frame moulding. Lifetime limited warranty on ball-bearing drawer glides. Antique gunmetal hardware. One drawer and two shelves provide ample storage. Two hidden USB and power outlets.
||25" (63.5 cm) 25 INH
||17" (43.2 cm) 17 INH
||28" (71.1 cm) 28 INH
||103 lb (46.4 kg) 103 lb
|Case Good Options:
||Crafted with birch veneer and solid rubberwood construction for beauty and durability. Distressed white chalk paint finish provides a well-worn and cozy aesthetic. Turned bun feet, shiplap detail and reeded accents add warmth and charm. Planked top and picture frame molding offer a vintage look. Features gunmetal finished pull hardware for a striking contrast. Felt-lined top drawer protects contents and keeps them in place. Two open shelves provide easy to access storage. Two integrated outlets and USB ports keep cords hidden and out of the way and devices charged.
||9.72 cu ft
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**Pricing and delivery available in Iowa only.
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