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Product code: 80319002
This stunning range of bedroom furniture is the work behind a collaboration between creative design firm, Roar + Rabbit, and interior decor powerhouse west elm. Each piece blends modern styling with solid, earthy materials to bring a raw and tactile look to your home decor.
Crafted from solid mango wood in an ebony finish, this striking chest of drawers is designed with an inlay of antique-brass finished metal, that lends a luxurious look and feel while tapping into geometric trends. Complete with coordinating geometric brass legs, its three spacious drawers open from the side on angled metal glides.
Made in a Fair Trade Certified facility in India, this statement piece will elevate your bedroom aesthetic. Coordinate with other pieces from the Roar + Rabbit for west elm bedroom furniture range.
Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display.
- Assembly Required
- Self-assembly required
- west elm
- Care instructions
- Wipe with a soft dry cloth
- Country of Origin
- H83.4 x W81.2 x D47cm. Drawer depth: 38.1cm
- Wood: ebony finish. Metal detailing: antique brass finish
- Furniture Range
- Roar + Rabbit
- Mango wood, MDF, Promivera Veneer
- Number of drawers
west elm is a homeware brand hailing from Brooklyn, New York, founded in 2002 to bridge the gap between choice, community and consciousness. The eclectic assortment of furniture, bed linens, tableware, lighting and more aims to help customers to create a home that tells their story through the individual look and feel of the product. The brand, which has over 70 stores worldwide, ethically sources from the developing world and collaborates with established and emerging designers to give them a platform for their work.More from west elm