- Includes: Bed, Dresser, Mirror, Chest and Nightstand
- Panel Bed
- 3D Distressed Paper Finish
- Panel Insets in Headboard and Footboard
- Dark Gray Tops on Headboard and Footboard
- Spacious Storage in Case Pieces
- Velvet Lined Top Drawers
- Dark, Metal Drawer Handles
- Block Feet
- Dust Proofing on Bottom Layer
- Transitional Style
- Mattress and Box Spring Required
||Main Bedroom>Bedroom Sets
||Rubberwood;Particle Board with 3D Paper;MDF;Plywood;Finger Joint;Corner Blocks;Wood Cleats and Screws;4 Slats;4 Slat Supports
||French Dovetail;English Dovetail;Ball Bearing Drawer Glides
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions
||Twin Bed: 81x42x59,;Dresser: 16x61x38,;Mirror: 1x41x38,;Nightstand: 16x24x26,;Chest: 16x34x52
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
|Prop 65 Chemical
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||The Millers Cove Twin 5PC Panel Bedroom Set is going to look great in your bedroom! This set comes with a bed, dresser, mirror, chest and nightstand. This bed features a panel inset in not only the headboard, but also in the footboard; instantly adding extra flair to this already stylish piece. The case pieces offer plenty of storage space for your belongings, and the top drawers are lined with velvet; allowing you to easily store away your more delicate belongings. The collection has a 3D paper finish, giving a cool update to traditional bedroom staples. The tops of the pieces are finished in a dark gray, and contrast beautifully with the light gray color. Add this collection to your home today, for a look you'll love coming home to day after day!
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