Long, tapered legs aren't in vogue for no reason; they distribute the visual weight of furniture and objects in a room off the floor and into the vertical negative space, giving your home a lighter, floating appearance despite the actual robustness of the furniture in question. This handsome high dresser is an example of a piece that marries sturdiness and elegance without infringing upon either.
Aesthetic pleasure can also be found in the rich quality of the walnut wood, the gentle curvature of the solid walnut trim, and the well-spaced brass and walnut pulls.
The top doors conceal 4 spacious drawers, giving you 7 drawers in all to play with. Organizing and separating your going-out shirts from your might-as-well-stay-home-today shirts will never be easier.
Restored by Niji to emphasize the natural character of the walnut. Often, mid-century furniture was covered in thick finishes and stains ostensibly to have pieces appearing more uniform for catalog purchases. We think that this flattening of the aesthetic is no longer necessary for those who love the variations in color and texture that wood has. Some minor wear may remain.
42W x 19D x 53.5H
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