4 - Piece Tobak II Queen Bedroom Set
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Delivery:When you lease with Aaron's, delivery and set up are free! Please contact your local store for store-specific delivery guidelines designed to keep you and our team members safe. Set-up does not include connection of gas or water, or installation of AC units or video doorbells.Service & Repair:If you have a service problem, Aaron’s will dispatch a repair technician at no additional charge. Plus, a natural disaster waiver is included too, in order to protect you in the event of fires or floods. When you pay out your lease, we even provide you an additional 60-day limited extended warranty (N/A in NC or WA). Some restrictions apply.
Crafted in a beautiful Tobak Ash finish, the clean lines matched with the stylish designed cut-outs and deep grain appeal add to the contemporary charm. This spacious headboard is the perfect focal point of any bedroom.
- Innovative “Everwood” Tobak Ash Finish
- Moisture and Scratch Resistant
- Composite Panel Construction
- Stylish Rectangular Cut-outs
Product Weight: 61.00lb
Warranty: 24 months from the commencement of the first lease agreement.
Product Care: Dust with moist cloth and polish
- Dresser 51.00''W x 43.00''H x 18.00''D
- Headboard 66.00''W x 57.00''H x 4.00''D
- Mirror 38.00''W x 33.00''H x 2.00''D
- Nightstand 28.00''W x 22.00''H x 16.00''D
- Configuration Queen Bed with Dresser, Mirror, & Nightstand
- Style Casual
- Bed Material Other
- Base Finish Ash
- Nightstand Included Yes
- Dresser Included Yes
- Footboard Included No
- Mirror Included Yes
- Wood Type Everwood Veneer over MDF
- Collection Name Tobak II
- Bed Size Queen
In addition, after the same as cash option expires, you can purchase the merchandise for more than the cash price but less than the total of remaining lease payments, as described in your lease agreement. This early purchase option amount varies by state and is explained in the lease agreement.