The Big Red – a functional and colorful addition to any home



It’s hard to find storage units like cabinets or chests that are both functional and good-looking. It’s usually one or the other. But there are cases when such items have a design that makes that possible. One of those items is the Big Red, a practical and simple storage unit that would easily integrate into just about any home.This item can be ordered and it’s available for international delivery. However, due to its size, it’s not eligible for automatic on-line International Checkout.

This minimalist red chest that we like to call Big Red is a very practical and functional storage unit. It features three spacious drawers and slim recessed “L” gunmetal legs. For a uniform look, the chest is red on the inside as well. The Big Red was designed by Mash Studios.

The chest is crafted with metal legs with a gunmetal powdercoat finish while the structure is made of wood. The chest is finished with hi-gloss lobster red lacquer, a color that makes it very easy to spot and not that easy to match with everything else. It has three drawers on metal glides and its overall dimensions are 36″Wx18″Dx34″H. The same model is also available in white. You can buy this chest for EUR 311.93.


Published by in Furniture, on November 22nd, 2011

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