The Chic Bella Mini Chest



Nowadays furniture tends to be less and less mysterious and gets simpler and more basic. Still, there are certain designers that like to recreate that nostalgia of old times and to bring something from the past in our lives. It’s the case of this lovely table or chest.

The unit has two functional drawers carefully hidden behind this elegant and delicate shape. The table or mini chest as it is also called, has been hand painted with a vintage leaf and scroll design on an antiqued beige background. The chest is handcrafted of hardwood solids, laminated lumber and veneers. It measures 24″W x 16″D x 29″T so it’s a rather small unit. This also means that it’s easy to integrate it into just about any décor.

The Bella Mini Chest is as functional as it is beautiful. It features two deep I especially like the shape of the chest. It has elegant curves and an overall delicate shape. The vintage leaf and scroll design also has an influence on the overall vintage look. The chest can be purchased for the price of $699. It would make a very beautiful addition to the living room or even to the bedroom. Of course, it can be adapted to the décor. It’s very distinguished piece, not as easy to match with anything else but worth the trouble.


Published by in Furniture, on November 24th, 2011

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