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Form Darwin Oak effect Bedside cabinet (H)546mm (W)500mm (D)566mm

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Product Information

  • Build your own chest with this cabinet - mix and match any of our Darwin chest cabinet drawers to make something bespoke and perfect for your style, space and needs.
  • Compatible with Darwin bedside cabinet Doors & drawers
  • Fixings supplied
  • Assembly required

Features and Benefits

The exciting thing about our Darwin range is that you can create the individual look and feel of your room. There is no 'one size fits all' here. You can add as many cabinets as you need, with a range of door fronts or drawers.

  • 1. Choose your cabinet size, style and colour. Available in 5 different sizes and 3 colour options.
  • 2. Choose your cabinet interiors. Whether you want tie racks, shoe holders or drawers, you can create the storage solution to really maximise your furniture.
  • 3. Choose your doors and/or external drawers. You can choose between 9 drawer options and 10 different doors, so the combination is completely personalised to you and flexible to be changed at a later date if you'd like a refresh down the line.

Technical Specifications

BrandForm
RangeDarwin
FinishOak effect
Height (mm)546mm
Width (mm)500mm
Depth (mm)566mm
Thickness (mm)18mm
MaterialChipboard & MDF
Timber approvalFSC® approved
Timber certificateTT-COC-003110
Product code3663602001355

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nellyduffer - 2 years ago

I bought two of these and matching wardrobes. I was surprised with the quality, B&Q have obviously improved their quality since my last purchase many years ago. Very easy to assemble. Just be careful to lock the drawers in correctly as my drawers didn't line up correctly and the instructions are not very clear in this area. You must lock the little clips at the back by angling the drawer and then pulling the rails forward to engage, then the forward metal pins engage underneath at the front, followed by green plastic clips to lock it all in place. There are then adjusters to rotate to get them perfect. If your drawers can tilt at all on the rails, you have not done it correctly. Check both sides of each drawer. I bought oak cabinets with white slab doors, I will be ordering some panels of safety glass from a local glass merchant to place on top of each unit to protect the surface, awesome product