It doesn’t sound pretty or vegan but it’s both. Use this resin stand-out in a room that needs a focal point or otherwise lacks character. Mother of Pearl bone inlay furniture was originally created for India’s palaces. Now, thanks to Richard, mere mortals with taste can enjoy this intricate detail too.
These are solidly handcrafted masculine maple chests with dovetail jointed drawers, carved bun feet, and oval brass knobs. A raised celtic pattern overlays the smooth French polished wood.
No I didn’t inadvertently leave “his” out of this blog title. Let’s face it, with wide deep generous drawers like these most men could survive with just two and let “her” encroach to four.
It’s payback time for nylons and pantyhose.
The rich colour tones of this 1940’s chest would bring warmth to a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room or even a front hall. Typically we lack storage for extra shopping bags, scarves, hats and gloves. This chest works harder than a console yet has the same proportions. Its sculpted shallow depth allows it to fit into narrow spaces and display just the right amount of art objects. Keys, wallets and phones can be placed in the top drawer rather than messing up your carefully planned tablescape… (but will he?)