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1. 5 Removal Drawer Dresser: 5 removable fabric drawers provide large space to organize your clothes, blankets, scarves, socks and other accessories. Easy pull drawers with wooden handle for smooth opening and closing.
2. Durable Sturdy Construction: The frame of this organizer cabinet is made of high-quality strong steel which provides powerful support to the nightstand itself. Plastic feet protect floors from scratched.
3. Stylish Design: This end table can easily fit into any home style. This drawer cabinet is well match with any decor, great for home, bedroom, hallway or entryway, anywhere you want to place.
4. Dimensions: 32.8 " L x 11.8" W x 30" H. Ideal for storing folded clothes, underwear, and even your daily necessities. Offers concealed storage that is easy to access.
5. Multipurpose Use: Match perfectly with other storage towers. This Organizer Fabric Bins can be used in multiple rooms throughout the home, great for closets, bedrooms, playrooms, entryways and more.
Drawer Material: Fabric
Frame Material: Steel
Dimensions:32.8 " L x 11.8" W x 30.3" H
Large Drawer Dimension: 15.04" L x 11.22" W x 12.2" H
Small Drawer Dimension:15.04" L x 11.22" W x 7.95" H
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