With alpine height, the Broome Tallboy Dresser has a profile that is at once sleek yet spacious. The five latte walnut veneer drawers with brushed steel drawer pulls fully-extend on European-style soft-closing runners, while the distressed HPL concrete shell gives this dresser an unmistakable urban appeal.
Lift it all onto a set of joined brushed steel legs, and you have a solid dresser for your modern apartment.
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The stately Amsterdam bed's solid construction and grey oak veneer provide an austere look for any urban bedroom. Recessed, angled legs provide sure-footed stability in a black powder finish, and the pine oil treatment on the grey oak wood finish gives this bed a muted shine that anyone can appreciate. Inner-spring or Foam/Latex mattress sits snuggly atop a flat, solid pine platform with air ventilation providing a cleaner, healthier sleep....
Six smooth-gliding, full-extension, soft-closing drawers fill the Amsterdam dresser with a surprising amount of storage space given the low profile of this urban bedroom addition. Finished in a rich pine oil grey oak veneer adding a distinct modern warmth. Concrete top utilizes a proprietary blend of cement, fiberglass, and resin, achieving the sought-after style with a lighter weight material that's less prone to cracking, staining, and other damage. This product...
With its generous footprint, the Amsterdam nightstand keeps everything in easy reach on its lightweight and durable concrete tabletop. The two drawers slide to a soft close each and every time, and the pine oil treated grey oak veneer of the case, black powder finish on the legs, and long, low profile drawer pulls complement any urban decor. Features Available Finish/Color: Grey Concrete on Grey Oak Specifications Concrete MDF Veneer...
Few American designers have impacted modern design more than Charles and Ray Eames. Through unique technology and incredible forethought, this husband and wife duo helped define American Modernism, and their influence continues to impact designers today.