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South Shore Newbury Kids White Twin Wood Captain's Bed 4 Piece Bedroom Set

Item# SPM625277501 | Model# 32630804PKG | Added on December 3, 2016 |
South Shore Newbury Kids White Twin Wood Captain's Bed 4 Piece Bedroom Set
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South Shore Newbury Kids White Twin Wood Captain's Bed 4 Piece Bedroom Set

South Shore Newbury Twin Bookcase Headboard in White and Maple

The clean, linear lines and spare decorative detail that define traditional Shaker style are reflected in the Newbury Headboard. This headboard features a combination of shelves and cubbyholes, specially designed for all kinds of treasures.

 

Features:

  • Headboard only; bed not included 
  • Headboard features solid particleboard construction
  • Headboard has a white and natural maple finish
  • Constructed of CARB compliant materials
  • Four storage spaces, and one shelf
  • Fits twin size bed
  • Ready to assemble
  • Perfect for girls and boys

Specifications:

  • Overall dimensions: 42"H x 43"W x 10"D
  • Weight: 51 lbs.
 South Shore Newbury Collection White Nightstand

The clean, linear lines and spare decorative detail that define traditional Shaker style are reflected in the Newbury Nightstand. It features a warm natural maple top, distinctive inner arched apron, and a wooden knob-style drawer pull, all in a pure white finish that will look great next to your single bed.

Features:

  • Nightstand features solid particleboard construction with a laminate finish
  • Nightstand has a pure white finish
  • Constructed of CARB compliant materials
  • Maple finish top and drawer knob
  • Nightstand features one drawer with open storage/display area
  • Perfect for boys and girls

Specifications:

  • Overall dimensions: 25" H x 18" W x 16" D
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