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Fairfield 72″ Dresser

$2,899

With an updated take on classic forms and fresh, casual finishes, our Fairfield Collection creates a unique juxtaposition with an unexpected approach to this neo-traditional furniture. The dove white finish on sand-blasted oak showcases texture and depth with a very clean sensibility.

This Fairfield Dresser features a clever design with an interplay of textures with the sand-blasted oak and reeded framed drawers with a circle motif. The oversize ring hardware,and metal collars on the tapered legs offer a touch of bling and glamour while the overall flair remains casual, yet refined. Reflecting a sophistication that is inviting and appealing, this 9 drawer dresser is a timeless design.

Overall Dimensions: W 72 5/16″ | D 19 1/8″ | H 37″

SKU: 35851 Category:

Product Description

PRODUCT DETAILS:
Available only as shown
Sand blasting techniques to achieve multi depth wood finish
Nine drawers
Reeded framed drawer fronts
Metal collars on leg posts
Wood species: Select Hardwood, White Oak and Oak Solids with Quartered White Oak veneers
Center support leg
Adjustable glides
Anti tipping kit

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS:
Mortise & tenon construction to securely fasten pieces of wood, creating a stronger joint for lasting stabitlity.
Door and drawers are contructed with a precise, tight fit to prevent gaps and sagging, enhancing their appearance and structural strength
English dovetail constuction is featured in the front and back of each drawer to deliver a durable drawer box that will remain solid over time
Wooden blocks are nailed and glued behind each drawer to ensure that the drawer stops solidly and in the proper position when closed
A full-size drawer box is used to offer increased drawer volume and maxmum storage capacity
Veneers are used to make furniture stronger and more durable than solid wood. They resist shrinking, swelling, warping and cracking due to humidity and other environmental changes

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