The perfect spot for a bedside lamp and book, this Bench*Made Maple Bedside Table brings with it the quality American craftsmanship. Each table is hand crafted from solid maple, finished in your choice of 8 hand applied finishes to enhance the natural wood grain. Match the base to the top, or choose two finishes. Visit a store for different hardware options, including knobs and ring pulls. W25" D20" H29"
The maple hardwood timber used for our Bench*Made collection is carefully harvested in the Appalachian Region of the eastern United States, selected for its natural beauty and wood grain character. Bassett Furniture's master craftsmen hand-plane and apply the rich finishes that give these treasures timeless appeal in your home. Bench made (meaning individually created and produced), these pieces are built to stand the test of time and be the centerpiece of your family gatherings for many memorable occasions. Collection includes dining essentials, bedroom collections, and the perfect living room additions. Handcrafted in Virginia. Proud to be American made.
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|Multi-Step Dimensional Finish
||Knobs, Ring Pulls
|Wall Anchor/Tipping Restraint Included
|Country Of Origin
||Artisan crafted in the USA with American and imported materials
|Drawer Guide Style
||Soft Self Closing
|Finished Drawer Interiors
|Screwed On Wood Back Panel
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
Note: delivery occurs from Graham, North Carolina and generally calculates to $2/mile from that location. We offer FREE delivery within 25 miles.
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