Product code: 80315801
Indulge in some Mid-Century style with this exquisite chest of drawers, for a clean yet distinctive interior look. Influenced by the 1950s and 60s aesthetic, it will bring a timelessly retro feel to the bedroom.
Appealingly simple, the chest's angular face and softly tapered legs make its profile an elegant and understated choice, and a wonderfully versatile foundation for a whole host of decorative accessories. Each of its three drawers opens on a smooth solid wood runner, and is finished with an antique bronze-effect handle - a sophisticated final flourish.
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- Assembly Required
- Self assembly required
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- Care instructions
- Lift when moving to avoid damage to base or legs. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth. To protect finish, avoid the use of chemicals or household cleaners. Hardware may loosen over time. Periodically check to make sure all connections are tight
- Country of Origin
- H91.4 x W91.4 x D45.7cm
- FSC Certified
- Furniture Range
- FSC-certified eucalyptus wood
- Number of drawers
- 3 Drawers
Unpackaged weight of the product
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