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Archivist Three-Drawer Nightstand

Hooker Furniture
Archivist Collection

Features

  • Two drawers
  • Cord clip
  • Touch dimmer switch

Quick Specs

  • Type: Nightstands

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by Hooker Furniture

A design archive that captures epic European and American style elements spanning continents and centuries, Archivist exudes a larger-than-life ambience. With a world-traveled pedigree, Archivist embraces both grand opulence and beloved, comfortable and simple forms.

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With a world-traveled pedigree, the Archivist 2-drawer nightstand embraces both grand opulence and beloved, comfortable and simple forms. Accented by bronze-colored ring pulls and shaped block feet, the nightstand is crafted with Pecky Pecan Veneers with a soft casual pecan-colored finish with a rustic feel. Two drawers with a cord clip for electronics and a touch-dimmer touch.

Features

  • Two drawers
  • Cord clip
  • Touch dimmer switch

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