Item Code: MT100QPK6
Give your bedroom a beautifully transitional look with this 6 piece bedroom set! Featuring Okoume veneer for strong and durable assembly and French dovetail wood construction for the drawers, this set will compliment any décor in your bedroom. With a cappuccino finish, this stunning bedroom set will give you great value and last for a long time!
- Key Features
- - Beautiful transitional look with attractive silver hardware.
- - Finished with a cappuccino coloured lacquer.
- - Arched Slat Headboard and Footboard give a classic look to any bedroom.
- - French Dovetail construction for the drawers.
- - Dust-proof bottom layer.
- Nightstand: 24”W x 18”D x 27”H.
- Mirror: 36”W x 2”D x 47” H.
- Dresser: 64”W x 18”D x 34”H.
- Full Slat Headboard/Footboard: 60”W x 3”D x 51”H.
Okoume is a species of wood that grows in Africa; it come in light to medium mahogany tones. It is very stable and glues well. These exotic Okoume veneers are finished in a beautiful cappuccino.
Originally developed as a substitute for shellac, NC lacquer is made from cellulose derived from cotton or wood fibers that is combined with a plasticizer, a resin, and a blend of solvents and diluents. The amounts and types of these materials produce lacquers with varying degrees of flexibility, color, and resistance to water, acids, alkalis, solvents, and heat. NC lacquer has exceptional clarity, depth, and rubbing properties.
Rich, contemporary look and easily adaptable to virtually any colour scheme!
The hardware is finished in a silver tone and is constructed with a post and handle pull with screw.
French Dovetails are used to ensure a sturdy drawer construction. Dovetailing is a joint technique commonly used to join the sides of a drawer to the front. Tightly fitting dovetails resist twisting forces and control the lumber's tendency to warp. French dovetailing construct a very strong locking joint, often found in special applications like curved drawer fronts and is evidence of heirloom quality furniture. All drawers feature Kenlin metal glides to ensure that the drawers function properly and smoothly.
Finger Joints, or Tongue and Groove Construction, refer to a kind of joint in which a tongue or tenon on one board fits exactly into a groove in another, providing a secure and smooth joint. In the frames of high stress points for case goods, an extra block of wood is often added to joints in order to give additional support. This is known as “corner-blocked”; this technique is used on excellent quality furniture.