The Weekly chest – one drawer for each day

Some people like to keep everything clean and organized. Some like to do the opposite. Whatever your case is, this cabinet is here to help you. The weekly cabinet is handcrafted in sustainably-harvested rosewood, so it’s study and durable, ready to serve you for many years to come. Moreover, it also has proprietary pulls and other fittings in solid brass.

The Weekly chest – one drawer for each day

Even though there are no official information regarding its name, I could guess that it’s called the Weekly chest because it has 7 drawers, one for each day of the week. This makes it easier to organize your items and will also help you become more organized in case you’re not. If the items you’re planning to store don’t allow you to separate them according to the day of the week you should use them, you can find some other classification.

The cabinet has lift-top center trays with hidden spaces, perfect to hide small objects. Because it’s made of wood, small details that naturally occur on this material might be visible. They are not considered defects. In fact, this is what makes each item unique. The product measures22w 16d 49h and it comes fully assembled so you don’t have to worry about a thing, except getting it inside. You will receive it in 5 to 12 business days, depending on the item and the carrier.Available for $3,095.

Published by in Furniture, on September 15th, 2011


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