|Kearny Panel Bed||51.25" H x 64 - 80" W x 87.75 - 91.75" D||Unavailable|
|Kearny 3 Drawer Nightstand||28" H x 24" W x 17" D||Unavailable|
|Kearny 6 Drawer Dresser||37.25" H x 67" W x 19" D||Unavailable|
|Kearny Square Dresser Mirror||38.25" H x 45" W x 2.25" D||Unavailable|
|Kearny 5 Drawer Chest||53" H x 35" W x 19" D||Unavailable|
|Kearny 5 Drawer Dresser||42.25" H x 48" W x 18" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Bedroom Sets|
Questions & Answers
Wildon Home ® Kearny Sleigh Bedroom Collection
Not worth it, look at other options
R from Bridgewater, CT.
Nice looking design, but completely lacks any quality. Right off the bat you could tell where there were dents in the wood during construction or scratches in the stain as they later went back to touched them up with stain - completely obvious and disappointing. That's something you and I might do when we mess up, not something you expect on a brand new bed. Also not all the panels were stained properly. Meaning they stained the areas you see and completely skimped on the bottom of the panels and did not even stain them, they just left exposed raw wood. Come on folks how hard is it to cover another 1/2 inch of exposed wood? And I use the term "wood" loosely, most of it was pressboard or some super cheep wood composite. The wood composite trim is stapled on and not nailed. And where the staples and indentations are are completely obvious. Hey folks how about a little wood putty to cover the indentations?