Salina Dressing Table
The collection consists of a dressing table, stool, bedside table, 4 drawer chest, 6 drawer chest, tall 8 drawer chest and a 2 door wardrobe which are made from a mixture of solid ash and ash veneers which are finished in a white washed stain and clear matt lacquer giving a feeling of light airiness to the room.
The Salina dressing table is an eye-catching piece for any room. Featuring a practical design, the dressing table comes complete with a tray top to prevent items from rolling off the back or sides and a vanity drawer divider for easy practical storage. The classic oval mirror makes an immediate statement, whilst providing a functional space to get ready.
Practical tray top to prevent items from rolling off the back or sides.
Vanity drawer divider provides functional storage.
One half of the drawer is fitted with a vanity drawer divider for storage.
Materials & Information
Material: Solid ash and ash veneers.
Finish: Pale timber
About Your Delivery
A Heal’s Furniture delivery
What happens when I order?
- Many of our items are built to order.
- Once you've placed your order we place ours.
- As soon as our suppliers have made it and delivered to us, we contact you directly to offer a suitable delivery date.
- Deliveries are Mon-Fri but Saturday slots can often be arranged for most of the country.
- All online furniture orders can be returned within 14 days of delivery, regardless of reason.
- Contact us and we will arrange for a crew to come out and collect the furniture.
- There's no charge if it's faulty, but we do charge for change-of-mind returns.
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Designed By Lisa Gould Sandall
A recipient of the Design Guild’s Mark Award for excellence in furniture design in 2015, Sandall is an established name in the design industry. Her designs find the perfect balance between her desire to create fresh, interesting products for the modern home with the heritage and nostalgia often associated with ercol.