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Kimberley Nightstand

Kimberley Nightstand
3-drawer UL307-K3DN (shown)
1-drawer/1-door UL307-K1D1DN

Material Options

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Available Wood Types

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Available Finishes

Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ol' Yeller/Black Glaze Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ol' Yeller/Black Glaze
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Windswept Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Windswept
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak White/Black Glaze Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak White/Black Glaze
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Tavern Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Tavern
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Royal Blue Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Royal Blue
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak R-R Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak R-R
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Provincial Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Provincial
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Pewter Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Pewter
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Husk Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Husk
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ol' Yeller Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ol' Yeller
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Medium Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Medium
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Light Brown Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Light Brown
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ebony Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Ebony
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Driftwood Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Driftwood
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Distressed Pearl Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Distressed Pearl
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Creek Slate Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Creek Slate
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Clear Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak Clear
Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak #3 Glaze Rough Sawn Barnwood Oak #3 Glaze
Maple Clear Maple Clear
Maple Ebony Maple Ebony
Maple Driftwood Maple Driftwood
Red Oak Clear Red Oak Clear
Red Oak Driftwood Red Oak Driftwood
Red Oak Onyx Red Oak Onyx

About Our Barnwood Furniture: Barnwood is a unique natural resource and no piece has the exact same wood grain or color characteristics. On chair seats, all nail and knot holes are filled for a smoother user experience. On table tops and benches, you will need to request holes to be filled, if desired. Our reclaimed barnwood furniture uses 100% solid oak that has been kiln dried to exterminate all bugs, insect eggs, and fungus. Wood is sourced from barns primarily in the Eastern US and may be 200–300 years old.