Finish: Weathered Charcoal
Inspired by the Inns and Wineries in the Napa Valley, the Calistoga Bedroom Collection exudes the ambience of region. Its distressed charcoal finish and brushed pewter hardware mix effortlessly with graceful curves and soft details to create a look that is bold yet refreshing. Touch lighting on all night stands, side mounted ball bearing glides, dust proofed, English and French dove tailed drawer construction, and top drawers with felt lined bottoms are standard Magnussen Home features. Relax, unwind, and pretend that your biggest decision of the day is whether to try red or white.
Touch lighting is available on our iFunction nightstands and even some headboards to light up your space. For our Master Bedroom nightstands, plug any lamp into the specially concealed outlet on the back of our iFunction nightstand and then touch the metal bar on the back to turn your lamp lighting on or off.
For our Next Generation nightstands, plug any lamp into the specially concealed outlet on the back of our iFunction nightstand and then touch the metal button on the side of the nightstand once to turn the lamp lighting on, twice to the turn the lamp lighting off and nightlight on and three times to turn all lighting off.
For our Dining, the cabinet or hutch top of a collection may contains LED lighting. Touch once to turn all LED lights turn on. Touch again to brighten all LED lights. Touch a third time to turn all LED lights off.
For our Home Office, the hutch top of a credenza may contain LED lighting. Touch once to turn all LED lights turn on. Touch again to brighten all LED lights. Touch a third time to turn all LED lights off.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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