Boston Single Pedestal Dressing Table (Ambidextrous)
Boston Single Pedestal Dressing Table (Ambidextrous)
Boston drawer handle
Can be built left or right handed.
Boston Single Pedestal Dressing Table (Ambidextrous)
This item is Self Assembly

Boston dressing table, dark wood, 3 drawers.

Rich, old colonial style.
Left or right pedestal.
Antiqued metal drop pull handles.
110 cm wide, 47 cm deep, 75 cm high.

No. 4 sellerin Boston

£213.00 £156.00

Save £57.00 (26%)
✔️ 24 in stock
🚚 Delivered Wed 24nd April (est)

The Boston premium range is mostly bedroom furniture like this item. They are finished in a rich, dark old colonial style, and come complete with real metal handles.

Here’s our (reversible) single pedestal dressing table from that range. The pedestal has 3 drawers, hopefully more than enough for any beauty essentials you might have. As with the other Boston pieces, this too is made from framed plywood. Because the top on this will be used so much, it is 25 mm thick and has a matching insert to level it out.

The drawers are solid pine with screwed joints, and plywood is used for the bases.

Assembly time for this item is about 1 hour (for 1 person) and you will only need a starhead screwdriver for most of it, and a hammer for the rear panel nails. You can decide when building it which side you want the pedestal to be on, we have shown both options in our images to try to help you decide.

110 cm wide, 47 cm deep, 75 cm high.

Weight20 kg
Main colour

Dark wood

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Self assembly

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2 reviews for Boston dressing table, dark wood, 3 drawers.

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amber Blake.

    Hi, this arrived promptly, but we only just got round to putting it together, thank you. We’re well-pleased with it indeed, it suits the rest of the furniture we already had and looks almost as nice as the real furniture which cost lots more so result.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    Lilly Townsend

    A beautiful thing to look at and use. Time consuming to build it but worth it. I thought it was hard wood though, even thought it doesn’t say so, maybe make it clearer that it is stained? Thank you.

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