Elegant and Luxurious Bowfront Chest

Looking for a great piece for your house, that will not only make it look luxurious, but also sophisticated? If your answer is yes, then you should take a look at the Bowfront 3 Drawer Mirrored Chest. This piece is beautiful and doesn’t need anything else as it speaks for itself.

The Bowfront Chest will bring out the glam in glamorous and will make your space charming. Made out of medium density fiberboard and hand painted MDF, this piece can brighten up any place. It fits perfectly into the atmosphere, providing a special mood that makes you feel at home.

As you can see it is simple and sophisticated at the same time. It has clean lines, interesting legs and modern handles, it is a classic piece of furniture with a contemporary vibe. Furthermore the mirror on the four sides, excluding the back, is a great feature because it can make your place feel bigger, more airy, and, at the same time, it gives it a stylish look.

Having one of these in your home will be a great way to spruce up your space as you can not fail with the Bowfront Chest due to the fact that it is simple, elegant and tasteful. Available for $659.00 this wonderful piece should be added to any space that needs a little charm. It is chic, luxurious and will give flavor to your entire house.

Published by in Furniture, on September 13th, 2011


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