Transitional Media Chest
by Stanley Furniture
At A Glance:
The Transitional Collection combines elements of Old World furniture and modern design for a versatile look and feel. The Transitional Media Chest was built for contemporary functionality. One of the top drawers folds down to house a media console, and the middle of the chest has a pull-out occasional work surface. Pull-out hangers fold out of the flanks of the dresser for a quick place to hang your clothes.
- Dimensions: 48.5" h x 48.38" w x 21.3" d
- Champagne-finished metal knobs
- Polished sable finish
Materials & Measurements
Measurements: 48.5" h x 48.5" w x 21.5" d
Weight: 248 pounds
About The Manufacturer
Stanley creates their stylish furniture using only the finest-grade woods and high-quality, well crafted joints and hardware. Their hand-crafted designs - both solid wood and veneer on a solid wood core - focus on grain quality and a superior cut for a result that is remarkable in its quality. Stanley's wood is air dried for up to six months, depending on thickness, and then further drained of moisture in a dry kiln for two to eight weeks. The result? Stable, well-acclimated furniture that is as dependable in dry climates as it is in humid regions.
When each piece of Stanley furniture is ready to be finished, it goes through a 30-step process. Stanley's process results in a durable, lustrous finish. Even the pieces that are antiqued or distressed are given protective coatings by hand at the end of the process. Then, as a final step, they are hand waxed and rubbed before final inspection. Stanley is rigorous in their inspection process to ensure that you receive only the best furniture for your home.
Shipping & Delivery
- Stanley case goods ship within 5 business days and arrive within 2 weeks.
- Upholstered items arrive within 4-6 weeks.
Free upgrade to Inside Delivery. This service includes a four-hour delivery appointment and placement inside your room of choice (two flights of stairs max).
This piece is warranted for one year against manufacturer defects.