Roland

Six-drawer Chest Of Drawers, Natural Mango Wood & Black Steel

£699
£699

Edition limited to 9 • Only 4 Left

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Design

You know how some people just make stuff look so easy? Like figure skaters and illustrators. Well, the Roland is to the furniture world as these people are to us.

Making the mechanism of an opening drawer look stunningly simplistic, this six-drawer chest is designed for storing pretty much everything while showing off your eye for originality.

Using space as its biggest ally, and with a stark metal frame encasing sleek timber boxes, this design speaks to Japanese-inspired minimalism.

Details

  • Dimensions: W: 122 cm D: 40 cm H: 75 cm
  • Drawers (inside): W: 55 cm D: 35 cm H: 15 cm
  • Weight: 40 kg
  • Materials: mango wood drawer fronts, boxes and body panels, engineered drawer bases, steel framework
  • Finish: natural wood, drawer bases painted to match timber, metal powdercoated in black
  • Number of drawers: six, on iron runners
  • Assembly: none

Delivery
  • Two-man specialist delivery service to a room of your choice (up one flight of stairs), on a day that suits you
  • Unpacking and assembly if required, and removal of packaging
  • 14-day, no-quibble returns. We’ll collect your product from your home and refund the delivery fee and the product cost. A collection charge may apply.
  • There may be a surcharge for delivery outside of UK Mainland
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An original piece for the contemporary home, progressive and beautifully designed. In the Swoon Studio, we create with urban landscapes as our point of inspiration. Cracks running through concrete on city streets, the architecture of an old railway station, the birds-eye view of paths in a green space. We see the extraordinary within the ordinary. We use it to fuel a new wave of design.