Find this and similar styles at a retailer near you. Chateau Drawer Chest has a casual inviting feeling with its antique French bisque finish, its smoothly arched crowns and deep picture frame moldings. For more great storage options pair it with the matching Cheateau Chest and Nightstand.
- Appealing design elements include turned bun feet, cannonball bedpost finials, scored bed panels, ogee shaped moldings, arched crowns and picture frame drawer fronts.
- The Dresser offers great storage options with two double deep sweater drawers and a center door cubby.
- A Chesser is available for extra storage or it may serve as a media chest.
- Queen and King Poster Beds have camelback shaped crown rails, weighty cannonball finials and scored back panels for a hint of country French charm.
- Drawers are framed with raised moldings, have stained interiors, fixed felt top liners, ball bearing metal glides with safety stops.
- Knob hardware has a center metal insert finished in an aged bronze color.
- Chateau's finish is a warm French bisque paint finish with burnishing, crackling and a bit of distressing for a well-worn antique character.
- It is constructed of quartered cherry veneers, Asian hardwood solids and some engineered products.
- Traditional Styling
- Camelback shaped bed & mirror crowns
- Horizontal scored bed panels
- Cannonball finials on bedposts
- Raised frame moldings on door & drawers
- Bun feet on case pieces
- Stained drawers, felt insert tops, ball bearing glides
- Knob hardware with bronze finish metal insert
- Finish has brown burnishing, crackle & distressing
- Antique French bisque paint finish color
- Quartered cherry veneers & Asian hardwood
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