Your favorite books will find a proper home in this beautiful cottage-style bookcase. The surface is a recreated Aged Whitestone chip-away, evoking the feel of prized antiques. The worn pewter finish bar pull enhances the antique look. The surfaces of the piece are finished in a soft, warm gray finish and then given a moderate aged effect through wire brushing, creating an irresistibly touchable piece. The drawers offer soft self-closing guides - the perfect, quiet touch for a library piece. We invite you into our stores to discover customization options. Dimensions: W40", D20", H84".
Bassett Furniture's extensive Bella collection faithfully recreates the look of prized antiques for the romantic upholstered panel bed, wood panel bed, dressers, chest, nightstand, bedside table, and mirror. Eclectic Aged Whitestone chip-away finish, worn pewter-finished bar pulls, and all over wire-brushed warm gray finish tell the whole bedtime story. Textured stone top option is available on dressers and nightstands. Case pieces feature self-closing drawer guides.
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Bookcases / Curios / Cupboards / Armoires
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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