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Alfresco Vecchia Three-Drawer Chest

Alfresco Vecchia Three-Drawer Chest

Regular price $59.99 USD
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In a graceful silhouette with relaxed European provincial styling distinguished by cabriole legs and architectural bail pull hardware in hand-hammered Florentine gold color, the Vecchia Chest is focal-point worthy. The Gustavian Blue finish is in a serene light blue with scraping that reveals neutral undertones from the Oak Veneer wood construction. Featuring a solid-wood top, the drawers have self-closing undermounted drawer guides.

Collection Features: Delivering the casual look and feel of ageless pieces acquired during travels in the Old World, Hooker Furniture is featuring Alfresco, a whole-home collection with relaxed European provincial styling. The Alfresco collection has a well-traveled aesthetic that is inspired by heirloom pieces found in homes perched on cliffs along the Italian coastline of the Adriatic Sea. The collection of bedroom, dining room, occasional and accent furniture features moderately distressed designs that are enhanced by accent paint finishes that create an eclectic feel. Alfresco is constructed of oak, maple and hickory veneers and poplar solids, and includes several pieces with stone and metal accents.

Width: 43 1/4" (109.9 cm)
Depth: 19 1/4" (48.9 cm)
Height: 32 1/4" (81.9 cm)
Weight: 122.5 lb (55.1 kg)
Volume: 19.19 cu ft (0.5 m3)

Carton: 45.5" L x 21.75" W x 33.5" H (116 cm x 55 cm x 85 cm), 145.2 lb (65.34 kg)

Features: Three drawers with self-closing undermounted drawer guides
Rectangle shape
Cabriole legs

Material: Oak Veneers with Solid-Wood Edge Top

Finish: Blues

Finish: Gustavian Blue (light blue) finish. Distressing includes hand planing, worm holes, rock, rasping edge and scraping. Architechtural bail pull hardware in hand hammered florentine gold color.

Style: Casual

Collection: Alfresco

Number of Shelves: 0

Number of Drawers: 3

Number of Leaves: 0

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