Rectilinear design: Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Midcentury media chest

Midcentury media chest
The piece has three central drawers encased by two large cabinets, each with interior shelving.

Blue Leaf Hospitality launched the Midcentury media chest, a piece with three central drawers encased by two large cabinets, each with interior shelving. The midcentury design is given a new twist with the contrast between the inlaid top crafted from Macassar Ebony wood, and the antique silver leaf finish of the drawers and doors. Rectilinear design features include the square, chrome handles and the diagonal slant of its four freestanding cylindrical legs.

Midcentury media chest

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