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Manhattan White Wooden Dressing Table Stool

Now £74.99 Was From £134.99
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Reasons to Buy

  • Simple yet effective – no complex design means transferrable to any room!
  • Blocked panel underneath the seat provides comfort and protection
  • Lacquered MDF beams a silky smooth look
  • Neutral colour provides attraction for anybody!
  • At just 46cm high, it is perfect for adults and children!
  • White gloss finish means extremely easy to clean
  • Creates a contemporary atmosphere within your room of choice
Sometimes, simple is exactly what the décor calls for. Modern, chic, contemporary: the Manhattan dressing stool certainly ticks these boxes. The white, minimalist design makes it the perfect accessory to any dressing table.

Contemporary Versatility

Because of its clean, white colour, the Manhattan Dressing Stool is perfect for just about anywhere. It can be used as a dressing stool to accompany the matching Manhattan dressing table or, alternatively, it can also be used as a stool for a child’s arts and crafts or study table. The way it is used is completely up to you. The addition of a cushion, especially those you can tie to a chair, to the Manhattan is also super simple due to its box design.

Although on the face of it, the Manhattan dressing stool may not have many storage facilities – be creative! The space underneath the seat provides a small, delicate spot for make-up boxes or other necessities for those early morning starts.

Alternatively, if you are purchasing this for your child, it is a nice place to store crayons, paintbrush holders – the possibilities are endless. The modern household makes storage space out of practically no space at all – this seat being no different. Overall, it is a fresh, contemporary addition to any room. The product is part of the Manhattan White Wooden Bedroom Furniture Collection.

Stool:

  • Height: 46 cm
  • Width: 45 cm
  • Depth: 30 cm
  • Weight: 8 kg



All measurements are approximates.

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