Oliver Furniture - Nursery Dresser 6 drawer in White (Half Top)
Without doubt the most exclusive and stylish children's bedroom furniture available.
This beautiful dresser with six drawers from the Wood range is a piece of designer furniture with a practical aim, encompassing a large changing station on top.
The epitome of beautiful Scandinavian design combined with amazing build quality. The curved corners and elegant design hark back to a gorgeous 50s Scandi style.
The six drawers offer plenty of space and are mounted on high quality rails with ‘soft close’ technology to help protect little fingers. The Wood Dresser is available in oak or white finishes.
The Wood six drawer nursery dresser is available with plates in 2 sizes – covering either half or the entire surface of the dresser. The smaller nursery plate is designed to hold a single changing cushion, while the larger plate has room for two.
As with everything Oliver Furniture, the dresser is built to last. Its form, function and quality is designed for long time use and when the nursery plate is not needed any more it can be removed easily. This leaves you with an aesthetic dresser.
Approx 3-4 weeks.
Please note express delivery may be available. Please contact us here for further information.
Unfortunately we can not accept returns on furniture items unless they are faulty.
Dimensions - W: 118 x H:91 x D:76.4 cm
This item of furniture may require some self assembly. Unfortunately Scandibørn is not able to offer an fitting or assembly service.
Like all other items from Oliver Furniture, the dresser is made in Europe and designed to meet the strict EU norms for safety and health. We use the best possible materials, which must pass strict FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) demands for certification, and finished products are treated with only non-toxic interior lacquer and paint. Non-visible screws – a defining trade of Oliver furniture – emphasises the design and impeccable quality of our products. The dresser is part of our exclusive Wood Collection, which seeks to highlight the natural layers of beauty hiding in wood as a material.