Packed with function, the 60-inch high Saint Germain Drawer Chest has six roomy drawers and a velvet-lined jewelry tray tucked into the cornice. The top drawer can be used as a drawer, or fold the front down and use the drawer to hold A/V technology. The bottom drawer is lined with aromatic cedar. Pecan and hickory veneers are finished in warm coffee and treated to bring out the grain and the bronzed hardware is custom designed.
- Dimensions In Inches: w-42 x d-19 x h-56
- Dimensions In Centimeters: w- 106.68 x d- 48.26 x h-142.24
- Weight: 46.19lbs.
- Furniture Piece: Chests
- Collection: Saint Germain
- Historically identified with dark finishes and delicate details, the St. Germain collection interprets the Louis Philippe style in an entirely new way. Gentle curves accentuate robust frames while fresh finish tones add an unusual richness and depth to Pecan and Hickory veneers. Tailored upholstery and custom hardware complete an aesthetic that, while adhering to the ideal of understated luxury, offers practical function and casual comfort, just right for today's home.
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