The sophisticated Cameron bed boasts a dark sultry cherry semi-gloss finish. It's drawers are constructed with French and English Dovetails adding to the quality of this set while felt lined top drawer protect you valuables. Full extension drawer glides ensure ease of use as well as maximum drawer space. The dresser features an arched, beveled mirror for added elegance.
- Traditional Cherry Finish
- Spacious twelve drawer dresser
- Top three drawers are hidden with felt lining for safe storage
- Drawers feature full extension metal side glides with built in stops
- Dust proofing on bottom drawers for added protection
- Antique brass decorative knobs
||Birch veneers, solid wood and select hardwoods
||Finger and butt joint construction with wood block reinforcements
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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||The Cameron Cherry Dresser combines curves, sleek lines and a warm cherry finish to render classic refinement. The twelve drawer dresser is solidly built with custom select hardwoods and birch veneers. The three top hidden drawers feature felt-lining which offers a safe place for your treasured items.
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