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Palisade Eight Drawer Chest

Hooker Furniture
Palisade Collection

Features

  • Eight drawers
  • Felt-lined top drawers
  • Cedar in bottom drawer

Quick Specs

  • Type: Chests

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by Hooker Furniture

If you embrace modern style but still revere traditional design, and if you seek a contemporary flair but appreciate classic beauty, then the Palisade collection offers you the best of both worlds.

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Warm and sleek, refined yet edgy, the Palisade Eight-Drawer Chest marries chic transitional style with a classic silhouette. Crafted of highly-figured and decorative Walnut with oil-rubbed bronze hardware in delicately-scaled knobs and pulls, the 8-drawer piece exudes warmth. The top drawers are felt-lined, while the bottom drawer is cedar-lined.

Features

  • Eight drawers
  • Felt-lined top drawers
  • Cedar in bottom drawer

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