In the fashion world, black goes with everything. The same is true of the Camberly group, a transitional collection in a hand-rubbed black finish with deep red undertones showing through. This warm, but contemporary finishing technique and the clean lines of this group give it character that coordinates with multiple design styles.
This night stand comes standard with the following features
Three total drawers see catalog page or sales associate for detailed drawer configuration
Felt-lined top drawer with charging station
Cedar-lined bottom drawer
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 Flexsteel Furniture
That’s built to last. That’s nice to look at. And most importantly, keeps you comfortable.
Our products are built on beliefs and values that evolved through over a century of manufacturing. Through the years, our commitment to craftsmanship, accountability, and leadership has helped us grow and thrive.
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Our design and construction go hand in hand to create comfortable, long-lasting furniture. We’ve proven our commitment to craft through our namesake Blue Steel Spring, which has performed so consistently since its development that its design has not been radically changed in over 75 years.
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In 1893, the Rolph & Ball Furniture Company was established in Minneapolis to manufacture upholstered furniture. By 1901, they sold the company to four tradesmen formerly of the nearby McCloud & Smith Furniture Company.