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Following the curve of the Swingtime Dresser's serpentine front is almost impossible to resist. The gentle swoosh is an eye-catching detail that brings a certain panache to the bedroom. Coupled with the casual, yet sumptuous Chelsea finish, the dresser commands attention. Nine drawers offer ample storage space for all your needs. The addition of a fluted bar pull completes the look, a final finishing accent that will compel your consideration again and again.
Stanley Furniture was founded in 1924 by Thomas Bahnson Stanley, a dairy farmer who eventually became the governor of Virginia. The furniture manufacturer made such an impact in the industry that the town where it got started was later named Stanleytown.
You will find extraordinary pieces from Stanley Furniture. It doesn’t matter which room in your house you are shopping for, chances are, Stanley Furniture will have something for you.
Stanley is a great source of bedroom furniture. If you are looking for a Stanley bed, they have a wide variety including sleigh beds, poster beds, panel beds, and canopy beds. Within the same collection, you will typically find a matching Stanley nightstand, dresser, and chest. Perhaps you are also looking to add a desk to the room. Stanley desks are great for the bedroom or home office.
Another category that is hugely popular within the brand is Stanley dining furniture.
The most well-known collection from Stanley Furniture is Coastal Living by Stanley. This collection is a collaboration between Stanley and the editors of the magazine Coastal Living. Within this collection, there are two distinctive looks: Resort and Cottage. The collection comes in a multitude of coastal colors, finishes, and materials to choose from.
This consumer rating is based on 6 reviews of all Stanley Furniture products. The Stanley Furniture Avalon Heights Swingtime Dresser and Mirror Set in Chelsea has not yet been reviewed, be the first!