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What's The Difference
Complete your True nursery with the functional and stylish 5-Drawer High Chest. The bespoke grain and deeply sandblasted solid Spruce drawer faces contrast the sleekly smooth, painted surfaces. An unmistakable design that compliments the modern room or the rustic country enclave.
- Solid Spruce drawer face
- Top two drawers have single, inside dividers
- 20-Step Finish process
- Dovetail Birch plywood drawers
- Unique metal drawer pulls
- Self-closing, under-mount, metal drawer glides with soft close mechanisms
- Anti-tipping Hardware
Dimensions: 36" (L) x 20" (W) x 52.75" (H)
Materials: Grade A Spruce, Grade A Poplar, Grade A CARB 2 Birch plywood panels and high-density 15mm(~5/8") Birch plywood drawers
All Milk Street Baby products are finished using only Greenguard Gold certified paints and stains.
All of Milk Street's products surpass even California’s high crib safety standards. Their team of experts stay current with the ever changing, safety standards in the juvenile industry, reviewing any new legislature being considered by CPSC and ASTM. They take their responsibility for the safety of your child very seriously. They want you to sleep soundly (or sleep as much as you can with a newborn!) with the peace of mind that your child is in the best and safest crib out there.
At least 20 sets of skilled hands will have touched your nursery furniture before it ships! From construction to finishing to packing, Milk Street's artisans and woodworkers have built your collection with precision. Just like pregnancy, all good things take time! While their nursery furniture takes a minimum 12-16 weeks to build, They pride themselves on staying fully stocked so you don’t have to wait! You’re expecting a baby and you want this piece to be done long before he or she arrives. Let them take some of the stress out of planning for your new family.
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