The Obaby Stamford Sleigh Double Wardrobe gives you lots of storage space in a sleekly compact design.
The Stamford wardrobe gives you elegant design without compromising on features. This beautiful unit is crafted using solid wood and features the same elegant scroll design that flows through the rest of the Stamford range.
Sleek lines and recessed handles create a stylish and uncluttered look, whilst ensuring it remains snag free and simple to use. The quality of the design is complimented perfectly by the generous storage options available.
A full height, soft close door encloses the main cupboard section with 2 hanging rails for storing little one’s adorable outfits. For the smaller belongings, the left hand side of the wardrobe is divided between 3 height adjustable shelves and 3 full depth drawers ensuring that there’s always a perfect place for storing or displaying any precious possessions.
Obaby offer a free 5-year guarantee to UK and Ireland when you register your product within 28 days.
Assembly: Self Assembly
One full length cupboard with two hanging rails & soft close door
Three half width, height adjustable shelves
Three half length drawers on smooth gliding, metal runners
Easy to use recessed handles
Elegant scroll design coordinating with the rest of the Stamford furniture range
Coordinating cot bed, mini cot bed & changing unit available separately
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