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Queen Panel Bed With Mirrored Dresser and Nightstand

Ashley PKG000021
Bittersweet Light Brown Collection

Features

  • Includes nightstand, queen panel bed (with headboard, footboard and rails) and dresser with mirror
  • Made of engineered wood
  • Replicated rustic pine grain
  • Antiqued brass-tone scroll inserts on mirror and headboard

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  • Type: Bedroom Groupsets

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A fresh take on Early American country furniture. When it comes to style, this 6-piece bedroom set lets nature take its course with details including a brilliant replicated pine grain finish and a clever combination of raised and flat-panel accents. Made to look like wandering vine, the scroll inserts on the dresser mirror and headboard are a naturally beautiful tie-in. Mattress and foundation/box spring available, sold separately.

Features

  • Includes nightstand, queen panel bed (with headboard, footboard and rails) and dresser with mirror
  • Made of engineered wood
  • Replicated rustic pine grain
  • Antiqued brass-tone scroll inserts on mirror and headboard
  • Dresser with 6 smooth-gliding drawers
  • Nightstand with 2 smooth-gliding drawers
  • Mirror attaches to back of dresser
  • Assembly required
  • Foundation/box spring required, sold separately
  • Mattress available, sold separately
Product Specifications
Alternate Package Name Queen Panel Bed with Mirrored Dresser and Nightstand
Id PKG000021
Package Color Light Brown
Package Name 6-Piece Bedroom Package
Package Series B219
Retail Type Master Bedroom
Wholesale Id B219B15

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  • Type: Bedroom Groupsets

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