Acme Furniture Noralie Coffee Table in Clear Glass, Mirrored & Faux Diamonds 83580
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The Noralie Coffee Table will add a contemporary touch to any room in your home. With its clean lines, this brilliant rectangular occasional table showcases a distinctive style for an intriguing look. The table features a fully mirrored beveled frame and tempered glass top with a magnificent mirrored sled base. An open bottom shelf provides ample display and storage to keep items tucked out of the way when not in use. This beautiful accent table will modernize any space you place it.
- Occasional Tables
- Storage: Open Compartment
- Glass Top: 4mm Clear Tempered with Faux Glam Inlay
- Mirrored Sled Base & Shelf
- 48""L x 29""W x 19""H
- Weight: 130 lbs
- Materials: Mirror, Glass, Faux Crystals, Composite Wood
- Materials (Type of Wood): Mirror, Glass, MDF, Faux Glam Inlay
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
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