Chest. Thursday , April 27th , 2017 - 05:18:13 AM
In an age when chairs and other furniture pieces are designed with a somewhat otherworldly appeal, a vintage item still stands out. Take for instance a three-tier chest or highboy (which refers to drawers raised on high legs) that looks quite elegant. It will look elegant in a stylish, laid back home or a contemporary house. A drawer in unpainted wood like oak or mahogany, reminiscent of the 18th century, certainly has class and character written all over it. Standing on carved or molded bracket feet and with the original handles still intact, such furniture item which can fit nicely in a bedroom, living room, dining room or even in a spot in a hallway, can add beauty and elegance.
Some of the finest chest creations were fashioned by British cabinet makers that include Thomas Chippendale. Today, you`d find elaborate bombe chest of drawers reminiscent of the 1700s era, or magnificent chests during the reign of Louis XV and XVI. Bombe chests have elegant curved lines, shapely contours. They are perfect for most furniture buyers who want the stylish period look that can fit well even in compact dining room or entertaining areas or a guest room. For a girl`s room, a modern chest of drawers in pink and black can look thoroughly modern and can inspire fresh, imaginative ideas and create a feel-good aura.
These drawers are also significant to add some color and texture in the appearance of your home. Many of these drawers have been designed and can be customized according to your motif. They offer a lot of variety these days and may come in several types of materials. You can also place these in your bedroom, your living room, the kitchen or the library to give a little twist to the design of your room.
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