ESA Chest of Drawers, 1970s
Delivering from: Chesterfield, United Kingdom (UK)
These charming drawers by Esavian have a lot to offer! Designed by James Leonard for the Educational Supply Association (ESA) in the 1970s, these drawers have history. Whatever their original use in the classroom, we really love the touch of colours left behind in the handles of each drawer. A true nod to their past. Inside, each drawer is very clean. One of the cleanest examples we have ever seen for these drawers. Wrapped in the mushroom colour, we feel it really brings out the warm tones of the teak and beech wood of each drawer. Whether you see a place for these drawers in your children’s room, bathroom or even kitchen, this unique chest is the ideal solution for a special place in your home.
– Shows signs of patina due to age and past use
– Very clean drawers
– Part refinished in our own workshop
– Made from Teak and Beech wood and the sides in Ply
– Upcycled sides in Little Greene Paint, in the colour Mushroom
– Dovetail drawers
|Dimensions||120 × 35 × 70 cm|
Retro Cactus Furniture
Retro Catcus Furniture is a boutique family run business that specialises in Mid-Century furniture. Based in Chesterfield, all items are refinished using a unique process, from their eco-friendly premises.
The seller will provide a delivery quote following order. Estimates for UK: £0 -£70 | Europe: £120 – £220. For the rest of the world: please contact the seller.