Addison Nightstand, Natural
The Novogratz Addison Nightstand has a simple design with a Scandinavian color scheme in white and a light brown natural woodgrain. For a bright bedroom look, this nightstand fits the bill and can help give your child a calming atmosphere. Place this Nightstand next to your child’s bed so they have easy access to a lamp, books and toys with the smooth top surface, pull out drawer and lower cubby. This Nightstand has the sleek no handle design to match the rest of the Addison bedroom collection. Constructed of laminated particleboard and MDF, this Nightstand has been tested for juvenile use and meets or exceeds standards. Two adults are recommended for proper assembly of this unit. Once assembled it measures 21.97"H x 15.67"W x 15.67"D.
- Bring the popular Scandinavian style to your child’s bedroom with the Novogratz Addison Nightstand
- The simple design is created with a two-tone white and natural brown woodgrain laminated on particleboard and MDF boards
- The top surface is perfect for keeping a reading lamp on and the drawer holds glasses, pens and small toys. The bottom cubby can hold larger toys, shoes or books for a bedtime story
- The drawer front has a sleek no-handle design with an easy-to-open angled top drawer
- Coordinate your child’s bedroom with the additional Addison pieces: 4 Drawer Dresser, 6 Drawer Dresser, Twin Headboard, Twin Daybed, Bookcase, and Kid’s Desk (each sold separately)
- Each Nightstand ships flat to your door and is recommended to be assembled by 2 adults. The top surface and bottom shelf both hold up to 40 lbs. and the drawer holds up to 15 lbs. Assembled dimensions: 21.97"H x 15.67"W x 15.67"D
- With over 30 years' experience in RTA furniture, Ameriwood Home offers a wide range of home furniture products for every room of the house
- Acquired by Dorel Industries in 1978, Ameriwood Home has become a leader of RTA furniture growing in Bedroom, Home Office, Entertainment, Storage and Youth products
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