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Amsterdam Nightstand

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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
Steel

Dimensions:
Overall Size: 24W x 16D x 20H inches/ 84 Lbs

Assembly Required
Yes

Ships within 5-7 days




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