Prague 5-door Mirrored Wardrobe in White Ash-Effect, Oak-Effect, Walnut-Effect, Grey Ash-Effect or Black Ash-Effect - from our great value Home Essentials range
With an updated wood-effect finish that provides greater clarity and grain detail, this wardrobe takes the Prague bedroom furniture range to even more stylish heights.
Available in traditional oak-effect and walnut-effect, there's also a more modern white ash-effect, black ash-effect and new grey ash-effect.
One side has a hanging rail for longer items plus an upper shelf, while the other has a further 2 rails (one on top of the other), providing twice the hanging space for shorter items.
The middle section is fitted with 3 adjustable shelves, and a range of matching bedroom furniture is available separately.
Home Essentials We know how expensive furnishing your home can be. That’s why we created the Home Essentials range – a collection of some of our best-loved furniture pieces, selected specially for their high style and low price points. Featuring everything from wardrobes and bedside chests to TV units and coffee tables, there’s never been an easier or more affordable way to transform the look of your space.
Please remember to measure your available space before ordering.
Dimensions: Height 199, Width 201, Depth 53 cm
Please note: this wardrobe comes with 3 shelves only.
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