From Storage Drawers to a Trundle the Kensington Collection offers options that not only look great under the bed or bunk, but are extremely functional. Knowing how much stuff kids accumulate, the tremendous storage and organization potential of the Storage Unit makes this item a must have.
Storage Unit Dimensions:
Storage Unit: 75.25”l x 40.50”w x 11.75”h
Hand crafted using Eastern US Poplar and veneers over engineered wood, this collection is available in either finish, Antique White or Antique Silver.
STORAGE UNIT FEATURES:
- The Storage Unit features two large storage drawers and an extra large cubby.
- The extra large cubby can be added to either end of the two drawer unit. This important feature allows the cubby to be positioned at the head of the bed regardless of what side the storage unit is placed.
- The cubby is intended to be positioned at the head of the bed on both the twin and full size Kensington Beds or behind the ladder on the Victoria Bunk. The advantage of having a cubby as opposed to a drawer is that the cubby makes this space accessible and therefore extremely useful.
- European drawer interior: The drawer sides and back are as tall as the drawer face.
- Four piece drawer boxes with English Dovetail joinery at the front and back of the drawer.
- Full Extension, Side-Mounted, Ball Bearing Drawer Guides.
- Outfitted with 5” solid iron drawer pulls.
Please note that the finish or fabric of this product in-store may be different than the photo currently pictured. Please contact your local store to confirm product pricing, availability, finish and fabric colors and promotional dates.
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About NE Kids
It all began almost 60 years ago. A small workshop in Puglia has grown to become a large company that now exports worldwide.
"We put our most sincere passion into what we do, in search of perfection, beauty, and harmony inside and outside us. Every day like the first day. With the firm belief that being entrepreneurs involves a commitment to common growth, to our community and to our country.
Love for our work: this is what has made us the greatest artisans in the world."
Pasquale Natuzzi was born in Matera, lives in Santeramo, is married and has 5 children. The son of a cabinet maker, at the age of 19 he opened a workshop in Taranto. In 1962 he moved to Matera, where in 1967 he started to produce sofas on an industrial level. In 1972 he founded Natuzzi Salotti S.r.l., and one year later, after a fire completely destroyed his factory, he transferred the business to Santeramo in Colle (Bari, Italy), where the Group still has its headquarters. In the 1980s, during a trip in the USA, Pasquale Natuzzi saw the opportunity to bring leather sofas "to the masses", and in 1985 founded Natuzzi Upholstery Inc., based in New York. Success in the United States, confirmed by the listing on Wall Street in May 1993, was a springboard for Natuzzi to conquer other markets. 1998 saw the opening in High Point, North Carolina, of Natuzzi Americas' headquarters. The building was designed by Mario Bellini.
While continuing its expansion in the North American market, the Group strengthened its presence in Europe and in Italy, where the first Divani & Divani by Natuzzi store was opened in the 1990s.
His passion and dedication to the company's growth was recognized with an honorary degree in Education Sciences awarded in December 2001 by the University of Bari. In 2008 Pasquale Natuzzi was inducted in the American Furniture Hall of Fame, becoming the first non-American to receive this recognition.