Montana has a casual rugged character that welcomes you home with its hardy styling and rustic buckskin color knotty pine finish accented by metal corner brackets. Design details include clean square top and drawer edge shapes, straight wide posts and base rails, open slat bed panels and riveted metal corner brackets.
- Dresser: 6 Drawers
- Chest: 6 Drawers
- Nightstand: 2 Drawers
- Inviting design details include clean square top and drawer edge shapes, straight wide posts and base rails, open slat bed panels and riveted metal corner brackets.
- Queen and King Beds have open slat board fence look panels
- Cases for storage include a Six- Dresser with Landscape Mirror, Five-Drawer Chest and Two Drawer Nightstand for the bedside.
- Case pieces include aged metal brackets with nail heads wrapping corners under their tops.
- All drawers have wrapped snag free interiors, French box dovetails and metal side guides with safety stops.
- Cast metal footed bar pull hardware and metal corner brackets are finished in a dark aged pewter color.
- Buckskin color pine laminates are visually enhanced with knots and sawmarks for a rustic board look.
- Montana has sturdy v-groove folded case construction, using engineered wood products wrapped in laminate veneers.
- Wide straight case pilasters
- Buff cut deep top drawers
- French dovetail drawers, wrapped interiors
- Sturdy v-groove folded case construction
- Wide footed bar pulls in aged pewter color
- Aged pewter color riveted corner brackets
- Materials: Engineered wood products wrapped in laminate veneers
- Finish: Buckskin color knotty pine finish, cast metal are finished in a dark aged pewter color
- Care: Surfaces clean easily with a soft cloth
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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