With a handy drawer, this Night Table is great for bedside storage, as well as for use as an end table in the living room. The bold black steel legs and frame are standard, and you also have the option to use another leg color. Then decide whether you like the 2-color look as we show here: a contrasting top and drawer. Or, of course, you may match the top and drawer in color and finish. The black drawer pull is decidedly contemporary. Add a matching lower shelf for extra functionality. With all of our end tables, there is a discount for purchases of 2 or more.
Measurements: 28h x 22w x 18d
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