Chest of drawers
This element of furniture has become an essential. Some imagine that the chest of drawers originated in the distant past and struggle to see beyond its most classic representations. This is a twofold error. First of all, the chest of drawers is a rather recent piece of furniture, which appeared for the first time in France in the bedroom of King Louis XIV in Trianon, according to experts. Secondly, modernity has profoundly transformed it. So much so that we have resolutely entered into the era of the design chest of drawers , as you might note in browsing this section. For your entrance hall, living room, bedroom or office , Saulaie offers you a variety of forms, materials and sizes. A chest of drawers for each style of interior, from classic to industrial modern. Read more
The vintage chest of drawers, a magnetic furniture piece
We understand the attraction they currently draw. The vintage chest of drawers and the design chest of drawers are in high demand. The combination of wood and stainless steel or aluminum have a notably strong appeal. Today we seek an aluminum chest of drawers as often as a traditional wooden chest of drawers! Also, by comparison with original models, designers have taken great liberties, not only with materials, but also with forms. Priority is given to material in the "Baron" line, offering a solid wood structure covered with aluminum plates, a perfect illustration of modern industrial style. The "Delta" models offer a fresh look at form, with their triangular shape posed on its apex...A touch of originality, for a furniture piece at the summit of innovation.
The traditional chest of drawers remains a reference
If modern creations seem to have taken the place of classic models, the traditional Louis XV chest of drawers and Louis XVI chest of drawers are still strong points of reference. The Saulaie selection remains loyal to tradition by offering you models inspired by classics. The curved form, bronze ornaments and scrolled feet of the "Croissy" chest of drawers/writing desk evoke the Louis XV-style chest of drawers. As for his heir, the Louis XVI style appears in the rectangular form and fluted feet of the "Berry" models. These elegant reproductions of antique furniture are designed and made according to artisanal methods.