The five-drawer art deco chest is a storage cabinet inlaid rosewood and black lacquered wood opening on the front with five drawers dovetail.
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Being a 1930 style furniture, realized on a beech structure with a rosewood marquetry, blond mahogany, American walnut, and Amapa. The furniture base is in black lacquered wood reproducing the style, the five drawers art deco dresser benefits from traditional joints by tenons and mortises, an excellent compromise between aesthetics and solidity. It opened on the front with five drawers dovetail to accommodate your business.
Width: 64 cm - Height: 121 cm - Depth: 48 cm
This five-drawer art deco dresser is a perfect reproduction of 1930s furniture, which has kept its popularity for many years. The carpenters and model makers are perfectly inspired by the works of their predecessor to produce this unique replica, very elegant with a neat finish. What sublimate your interior decoration. This chest of drawers integrates only woods with noble essences, including beech and rosewood, in its structure well worked to resist any test, shocks and insects. It is then decorated with decorative elements in chrome-plated steel and hand-glazed as before. This storage unit allows you to enjoy a harmonious decoration in your home. Thanks to its timeless beauty, it does not go unnoticed in the living room, at the entrance, in the hallway or in the bedroom.
In addition to its aesthetic and decorative side, the five-drawer art deco chest contains all the necessary components for a practical and functional piece of furniture. Its design has been well studied to be easy to use. This chest of drawers opens with five drawers with dovetails, wide enough to accommodate linen or other objects. It will fit perfectly in the bedroom to put a lamp; in the living room to receive a vase or a landline phone; in the dining room to store linens or cutlery, or in the office to file documents. Near the main door, this old chest of drawers will be able to receive the keys or to dispose some objects to take again before leaving the house.