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Franco 52-drawer Dresser With Mirror Burnished Oak

Coaster 200973M
Franco Collection

Quick Specs

  • Type: Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets
  • Width: 17.5"
  • Height: 81.25"
  • Length: 64"

 - Franco 52-drawer Dresser Burnished Oak

Franco 52-drawer Dresser Burnished Oak


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 - Franco Dresser Mirror Burnished Oak

Franco Dresser Mirror Burnished Oak


QTY: 1
Introduce rustic elegance to your sleeping quarters with this spacious dresser, crafted from exceptional New Zealand pine with a burnished oak finish. The five soft-closing drawers and two side cabinets with shutter-style panels provide ample storage, accented by detailed crown molding and molded tapered legs. Pair it with the matching weathered sage mirror, its large rectangular shape and crown molding accents creating an enchanting prep spot atop the dresser, adding a touch of rustic flair and stylish impact to your room.

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Product Specifications
PieceName Dresser With Mirror
Length 64.0
Width 17.5
Height 81.25
Weight 177.39
CollectionCode CL-10984
MainColor Brown
CountryOfOrigin Malaysia
UPC 021032079673
SubBrand CoasterEssence
MainMaterial Wood
ShippingFreight LTL
MainFinish Burnished Oak
CatalogYear 2017
AssemblyRequired Yes

Quick Specs

  • Appearance

  • Type: Armoires / Dressers / Cabinets
  • Width: 17.5"
  • Height: 81.25"
  • Length: 64"

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