Chic and simple mid-century nightstand

With a sleek and stylish design, this nightstand would make any bedroom cheerful. It’s a simple but very beautiful mid-century nightstand. It has a simple construction and very little details. It also has a practical design.The nightstand has been equipped with two large drawers, perfect for storing books, magazines and other small items one might need near them while sleeping. The unit also features slim legs and understated retro details borrowed fro iconic ‘50s and ‘60s models. You can but this beautiful piece of furniture for the price of 200.88 euros.

The nightstand features solid wood legs and a strong and durable frame. It has been finishes with acacia veneer or engineered wood veneer and it comes in white.

The overall dimensions of this lovely piece of furniture are 18″w x 15″d x 24″h. It features a simple but stylish design with beveled front edges. It has two practical drawers on metal glides with antique bronze knobs. The interior drawer measures 14.5″w x 9″d x 2.5″h. The unit requires minimal assembly upon delivery. It’s a chic unit, versatile and easy to match with almost any décor. The same model is also available with a natural wood finish. It’s a practical and functional unit, versatile and easy to maintain. It’s enough to just use a damp cloth to clean it.

Published by in Furniture, on February 6th, 2012


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