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Simple Nightstand With Functional Slat – Grey
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    Simple Nightstand With Functional Slat – Grey by
    Little Whitehouse

    The Simple Nightstand from the Simple collection by Vox has specially selected finishes tailored to complement a contemporary environment. Perfect for teenagers and kids rooms, this Simple Nightstand features durable materials and elegant contours.

    The oak frame and easy swing door in the colour of your choice, combined with the sturdy wooden legs are both practical and on-trend. The door has a neat handle in the top right-hand corner, opening onto two spacious shelves.

    A unique feature of this dresser is the functional slat on top for which a set of accessories can be added.

    About Little Whitehouse


    Little Whitehouse (previously known as CLM Home) is SA’s premium baby and kids store. They have been inspiring us for over 18 years with exclusively designed furniture, decor and bedding.

    They are best known for their multi-functional flat-pack furniture that evolves and grows with your child. As the exclusive distributor for designer Vox Furniture, their products are functional and stylish with an emphasis on quality. The Vox range is manufactured in Poland and conforms to the highest European standards.

    Their brand has grown since becoming part of the Whitehouse group, which strengthens their commitment to helping you decorate and style your baby nursery or kids room with ease! Little Whitehouse manufactures 100% cotton baby and kids linen locally to help make bedtime extra dreamy!

    Shop online at www.littlewhitehouse.co.za or visit a showroom near you to view their products.

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