Create a room of your own that provides the perfect start and end to every day with the River Place bedside chest with charging station. Crafted with excellence using Pine solids and veneers, this bedside chest features a heavily distressed two-tone Riverstone White with Tobacco top finish. There is one full extension drawer with soft closing drawer guides for an elegant touch. The drawer offers premium felt lining to protect your valuables. One open adjustable shelf for additonal storage and display items and an included basket in the open bottom shelf. The framed end panels and top feature a high-low veneer pattern for added dimension. Place the bedside chest next to your bed and take advantage of the built-in charging station complete with two AC outlets, one USB port and one USB-C fast charging port for all your electronic devices. Wide pilasters flow into angled block feet to complete the farmhouse styling with a timeworn feel that we all know and love. The custom Antique Pewter knob hardware accents the River Place bedside chest to help create an inviting, airy atmosphere in your home while providing comfort in your own private getaway.
Dimensions: W34 x D17 x H34
Weight: 94 lbs.
- Wood: Pine Solids & Veneers
- Finish: Riverstone White & Tobacco
- Dimensions: W34 x D17 x H34
- Box Dimensions: W37 x D19 x H37
- Weight: 94 lbs.
- Cubes: 15.47
- Soft Closing Side Mounted Drawer Guides (45mm)
- English Dovetail Drawer Construction
- Premium Felt Lined Top Drawer
- Wood Framed Drawer Front
- High-Low Veneer Patterns
- Built-In Charging Station w/ 2 AC Outlets, 1 USB & 1 USB-C Ports
- Open Bottom Shelf w/ Basket
- Custom Antique Pewter Bail Pull & Knob Hardware
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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