Dresser dimensions: 53W x 17D x 34H in.
Optional mirror dimensions: 31W x 38D x 2H in.
Solid hardwood construction
Dresser, Mirror (optional)
Create a charming, timeless look in your child's bedroom with the Acme Furniture Manhattan Espresso Kids Dresser with Optional Mirror. This low dresser features six spacious storage drawers for all your child's clothing and bedding, while the dresser top provides room for them to display their favorite pictures, books, or accessories. The optional attachable mirror gives your child an easy way to get ready in the morning without having to run between their dresser and the bathroom mirror. The versatile traditional look of this dresser translates beautifully to the modern era with a warm espresso finish, shaped drawer fronts, and square metal drawer pulls, all of which combine to make this dresser a true modern classic.
About Acme Furniture
Acme Furniture was founded in 1985 and quickly became a large, global home furnishing manufacturer and importer. Now with five branches in the U.S. and a 400,000-square-foot warehouse in its home town of Los Angeles, Acme maintains an extensive inventory that ensures fast delivery of its versatile, competitively priced furniture. Acme believes that nothing is more important that quality, and therefore maintains its own quality control personnel in every country where Acme does business. Great products and amazing service make Acme the perfect choice for your home furnishing needs.
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