Mod Mom Furniture Bertie Toy Box

Mod Mom Furniture Bertie Toy Box
  • Mod Mom Furniture Bertie Toy Box
  • Mod Mom Furniture Bertie Toy Box
The Bertie Box is a perfect storage option for the short set -- it's low to the ground, on casters so it moves easily about the house , and puzzle piece top makes putting toys away more fun! Designer: Kiersten Hathcock Manufacturer: Mod Mom Furniture Dimensions (inches): 17 W 18 H 14 D 17" W x 18" D x 15.5" H with casters (Actual storage space is 12 x 15.5) Materials: Clear coat 1/2 inch Purebond birch plywood. Notes: Made in USA. Construction Details: Made from 100% formaldehyde-free birch Purebond plywood. Miller dowels are used to insure strong joints. Comes with white painted body, natural birch top, painted bird/chick lid, and walnut wood veneer appliques for beak and legs. Natural birch interior of box. The wing cut-out acts as the hand-held opening for lifting the lid. Entire box is coated with low voc, water-based polyurethane for sheen and protection.
designpublic discovered 73 months ago
Prices
  • 475.00 USD
Comments
  • beris_tamlar

    beris_tamlar says

    .....very very nice .....:) Smiling

    73 months ago

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