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Sorbus Drawer Furniture Collection

Give your bedside essentials a cozy landing spot with the Sorbus 3-Drawer Nightstand.

This beautiful chest features a tabletop surface and pull-out drawers to tuck away household clutter. The thoughtful design is compact for small living spaces and works equally well by the bed or sofa. Store anything from books, reading glasses, alarm clocks, and other bedside necessities. The lightweight frame makes this unit easy to transport around the home and when not in use, simply fold the fabric drawers flat for storage. Use alone as a single nightstand or pair with any drawer configuration from the Sorbus Furniture Collection. With everything you need right by your side, getting organized has never looked better!

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Number of Drawers 2-Drawer Nightstand 1-Drawer Nightstand Table 3-Drawer Nightstand 2-Drawer Nightstand Table 4-Drawer Nightstand 4-Drawer Narrow Stand
Dimensions 17.75” L x 11.87” W x 20” H 15.75” L x 15.75” W x 18.37” H 17.75” L x 11.87” W x 28.75” H 21.62” L x 11.75” W x 33.75” H 17.75” L x 11.87” W x 37.50” H 7.87” L x 19” W x 29.87” H
Handle Style Pull Handles Built-in Grommet Pull Handles Built-in Grommet Pull Handles Pull Handles
Color White Frame/Light Gray Drawers White Frame/Light Gray Drawer White Frame/Light Gray Drawers White Frame/Light Gray Drawers White Frame/Light Gray Drawers White Frame/Light Gray Drawers
Collapsible Design
Instructions Included

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