Ripple French-Style Five Drawer Tallboy Chest

by Out There Interiors
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This Ripple Five Drawer Tallboy Chest makes for a fantastic storage item inside your home. Part of a larger collection of furniture, this piece is distinctive for its beautiful 'ripple-effect'.

Skillfully handmade, the chest comes with a smooth tall surface and includes five drawers. Each drawer features ornate double handles which complement the distressed antique white finish of the piece. You'll also find subtle, decorative touches here like leaves and scrolls around the legs and body of the chest giving it a very shabby chic/French appeal.

Add this to your bedroom or maybe use it in your kitchen or dining room area for storing various items. It's not just beautiful but also has room for your items.

Materials Used: Mahogany
Handmade product
Handpainted finish
Beautiful design
Lovely ripple effect
Includes 5 drawers
French inspired

Height: 116 cm
Width: 66 cm
Depth: 44 cm

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DestinationDelivery cost
England - standard delivery FREE
Scotland - standard delivery £35.00
Wales - standard delivery £25.00
Northern Ireland £95.00
Ireland £95.00
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £35.00

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