Our solid wood drawer boxes feature dovetailed corner joints and roll easily on steel and nylon drawer runners. Drawer bottoms are secured in a groove on all 4 sides - the bottom will never fall out of your CD Furniture drawer.Dimensions
Consider adding a lacquer finish to the top only, to increase moisture resistance and make cleaning easier.
Overall: 42" wide x 20" deep x 30" high. SKU: 7011Materials
Drawer openings: 35" wide x 16 1/2" deep x 6" high
Case: Solid Southern Yellow Pine
Top: Solid Southern Yellow Pine surrounding an engineered wood panel faced with Southern Yellow Pine veneer
Drawer bottoms: Plywood
No assembly required.Warranty
We guarantee that our furniture will have gaps and cracks, but will not fall apart for as long as you own it! Shipping charges for replacement parts are included during your first year of ownership. Foam, fabric and mechanisms (non-wood parts) are guaranteed against faulty workmanship for a period of one year from the date of delivery. As most mills do not guarantee their fabric we will not be held responsible for wear or fading of our products' fabric. This guarantee is limited to the original purchaser & also limited to furniture used indoors under normal residential conditions only. Your invoice is your proof of purchase. Shipping
This item might qualify for free shipping!
Shipping is unavailable to Newfoundland & Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, the Yukon and outside of Canada.
- Self-closing drawers run smoothly on steel and nylon runners.
- Recessed plywood back.
- Lacquered top, add $40 (T7011)
- Made in Canada
- Lifetime Structural Guarantee.
- Manufactured with Southern Yellow Pine
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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