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Item No. 100082163

Raleigh Bedside Table

C$ 2,835.00
3.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100082163

Raleigh Bedside Table

C$ 2,835.00
Oak
Walnut
In Stock
  • Solid wood drawers and legs.
  • Features a drawer and an open cubby.
  • Stands on turned wood legs.
  • 22¾" H 18¾" W 18" D
Detailed Dimensions

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1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
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Raleigh Bedside Table
C$ 2,835.00
Details

Details

Designed for today but with a bridge back to the past, the Raleigh Bedside Table (2017) shows off expanses of wood uninterrupted by drawer hardware. “Raleigh is all about celebrating wood,” says co-designer Jeffrey Bernett. “Can we celebrate that in the bedroom?” This nightstand answers that with a resounding “Yes!” Made in Canada.
  • Solid wood drawers and legs.
  • Features a drawer and an open cubby.
  • Stands on turned wood legs.
Brand
Design Within Reach
Collection
Raleigh Bedroom Collection
General Dimensions
  • 22¾" H 18¾" W 18" D
Product Weight
65 lbs
Assembly
Requires Assembly
Warranty
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Raleigh Bedside Table

Raleigh Bedside Table

  • Height (in): 22¾
  • Width (in): 18¾
  • Depth (in): 18
  • Weight (lbs): 65
  • #of Drawers: 1
  • Oak or walnut veneer top
  • Solid wood drawers and legs
  • Soft-closing drawer glides
Jeffrey Bernett

Jeffrey Bernett

With his commitment to function and simplicity – and a singular attention to manufacturing detail – Jeffrey Bernett has won accolades in a range of disciplines, including architecture, interior design, residential and office furniture, lighting, graphic design, transportation design and fashion.

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Nicholas Dodziuk

Nicholas Dodziuk is the son of an artist and a mathematician, so it’s no wonder he is able to combine creativity and precision in his work. Dodziuk names “real-life observed behavior” as an inspiration for his creative process. “Once you dig deep enough into both stated and unstated needs,” he says, “rarely are there any bad ideas to work from.” He believes good design improves quality of life.

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