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Great bedroom set
Beautiful bedroom set! It arrived very fast. The packing was great! Everything was well protected Upon opening the boxes, I found everything to be very carefully wrapped. All the pieces and hardware were very clearly numbered. Putting it together was easy, i did it by myself . The instructions were clear and easy to follow. The finished product is absolutely gorgeous. The color and weathered finish look very expensive! You will not regret this purchase. Very happy.
Looks very nice! Arrived with a few blemishes.
The frame looks great. We got the walnut and it is a beautiful color. The finish was rubbed off in a few places. I used one of those dry-erase looking wood markers and it covered them right up. Happy with the frame. We built it around the adjustable base for our bed. It was a tight squeeze but ended up being just big enough. Like a glove!
Great quality set!
I am very impressed with this set (we got the bed, nightstand, and 5-drawer dresser). Solid quality pieces that I feel will last us a long time. Not terribly hard to put together considering that my teenager did it all himself. My order was also filled very quickly, thank you!
The End (of the East End)
Located at the very tip of Long Island's North Fork, the hamlet of Montauk is also part of the city of East Hampton and therefore "The Hamptons". However, Montauk long stood as the last remaining place to escape the posh summer escapades of New York City's ultra-rich. Though ever encroached by development, Montauk still gives a special "untamed" feeling - especially outside the busy summer months. With 6 National Parks and one of the few consistent swells in the East Coast, the casual culture established by fishermen and surfers still prevails for a while longer.
Casual and Flexible by Design
The Montauk Collection uses rough-cut solid wood panels and hand-applied distressing to invoke the loose, unscripted feeling so characteristic of the hamlet. The sturdy construction enabled by the quality of materials recalls a culture with a desire to avoid wasteful, disposable consumption.