The rustic yet refined lines of the Austen bedroom inspires an air of casualized tradition through its over scaled reinvention of age-old turnings and materials. Austen's grand scaled nickel toned hardware & exposed tack nail trimmings add to this collection's immaculate attention to detail, bringing old world materials into today's casual lifestyle. It's intentional Hickory veined veneer & aged iron corner wrapping rounds out this collection's beautiful ode to fine craftmanship.
||629-050 Queen Panel Bed: 66W x 89D x 70H in.
629-060 CA King Panel Bed: 82W x 93D x 70H in.
629-066 King Panel Bed: 82W x 89D x 70H in.
629-650 Dresser: 65W x 18D x 43H in.
629-660 Mirror: 48W x 2D x 32H in.
629-670 Nightstand: 31W x 17D x 29H in.
629-681 Drawer Chest: 43W x 18D x 57H in.
629-690 Armoire: 44W x 22D x 77H in.
629-823 Bench: 52W x 16D x 18H in.
||For products in this collection that can be used for clothing storage (Chests, Dressers, Master Chests, Door Chests, Armoires):
This product complies with the stability requirements of ASTM International F2057, a voluntary stability standard for bedroom storage furniture. This product is STABILITY VERIFIED - third party verified by Underwriters Laboratories.
All our chests and dressers include an anchoring kit that meets requirements of ASTM F3096, a voluntary performance standard for furniture tip restraints, along with instructions for installation. We strongly recommend using the tip restraint hardware to securely anchor this product to the wall. In homes where children reside or visit, we advise you to anchor all chests and dressers. To learn how to properly secure any chest or dresser, please visit www.anchorit.org .
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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