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Manoir Painted Bedside Cabinet

£ 1,080.00

The Manoir Painted Bedside Cabinet is part of a luxury furniture collection, available in a range of delightful colours. With simple hand-carved details, it is the perfect companion to our Manoir Painted bed. A full range of luxury painted Manoir furniture is available, including a bedside chest, a five drawer chest, a dressing chest with mirror and wardrobes.

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Details

    • Luxury painted wooden bedside cabinet, available in a range of painted finishes
    • Available with left or right-hand opening doors
    • One internal adjustable shelf and one drawer using traditional dovetail joint construction
    • Incorporating an antiqued brass or polished nickel door pull
    • Part of the Manoir Painted furniture range that includes beds, a chest of drawers and wardrobes
    • Also available in a wood finish
    • Imperial dimensions: W 20” x D 14” x H 29.5”
    • Metric dimensions: W 50 cm x D 35 cm x H 75 cm

 

Features

CARE FOR YOUR PAINTED WOODEN FURNITURE

 

Hand-painted furniture has an intrinsic beauty of its own and a suite of furniture may comprise several items of varying hue. Once painted, every piece of furniture is then artistically distressed to mimic the wear and tear associated with the passing of time.

 

Looking after your painted wooden furniture
Textured and brush-applied painted finishes have an eggshell sheen lacquer. You should not use wax on these finishes. Instead, clean with a cloth dampened in mild soapy water. To avoid warping and splitting keep wooden bedroom furniture away from direct heat sources such as radiators. Avoid bleaching by keeping your furniture out of direct sunlight.

 

Moving wooden furniture
Never move a fully loaded wardrobe. Instead, empty the contents first.When positioning a wardrobe, ensure it is on a level surface so that the doors will open and close correctly. Never pick up a chest by holding on to its top surface. Instead, hold the sides of the chest and lift. Where possible, use two or more people to move heavy items of furniture.

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