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Skylar Grey Gloss Triple Wardrobe SKL009

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Product Information

Features we love

  • Neat and contemporary design, perfect for updating your space with a modern touch
  • Six storage compartments plus a hanging rail, perfect for clothes, shoes and accessories
  • Seamless design with integrated door handles finished with curved edges to the top
  • The sleek high-gloss finish gives it a natural shine and reflects beautifully
  • Full Skylar bedroom furniture collection available

All about me

The perfect piece for creating a contemporary abode, this Skylar triple door wardrobe would make a stylish addition to any bedroom. The grey high gloss finish gives it a natural shine, and it'll coordinate well with any décor. It'll look fresh and modern for years to come. With integrated handles which give it a seamless look; the double doors open to a metal hanging rail with a shelf above, and the third door opens to three storage shelves. That's six compartments, perfect for storing your clothes, accessories and shoes.

The full Skylar bedroom collection is available to complete the look and comes in white too.

Need to know

  • Overall dimensions: W111 x D53 x H197 cm
  • Colour: Grey
  • Finish: High gloss
  • Material: MDF
  • Number of compartments: 6 (3 shleves and 1 hanging rail)
  • Weight: 120kg
  • Assembly required: Yes

Item Code:
SKL009
 

Tech Spec

Key Information
Assembly assembly required
Brand Skylar
Dimensions & Weight
Size 3 Door
Width 111cm
Depth 53cm
Height 197cm
Product Details
Colour Grey
Material Wood
Finish High gloss
 
 
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