Thursday, February 21, 2008

Greek Key Cabinets - Architectural Digest

Just ran across these Kittinger greek-key pattern dressers in Architectural Digest and had to stop and admire. This mid-century design is such a discovery and these dressers would look lovely in so many interiors, I don't know where to start.


So if you are in love with them as well, but can't shell out $14,500 for the pair, here are a few alternatives that might just appeal to a smaller budget.
White Pagoda Chest from Worlds Away - $1100

Ming Cabinet from Worlds Away - $1250

Would these work for you? Or would you just "have" to pay top dollar?

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5 comments:

CC said...

You're right - these cabinets are so versitle. Perfect for adding a bit of Dorothy Draper flair to just about any room. I like the crispness of the white cabinet, although the cabinets featured in AD are pretty spectacular!

Bayou Contessa said...

I'm wild for anything with a greek key on it, including this post.Thanks!

Things That Inspire said...

I have admired these chests on the Wrold Away website. I think they would look amazing in a gray and white combo. Have you seen them in person? They look like they could either be fabulous or a little rough around the edges.

TonicHome said...

I've seen the black one in person and it's actually very smooth. The gold on the handles is very pretty and adds a punch to the shape. It has two drawers that slide open very easy and are wonderful for storage.

Wonder about taking the white one and painting the greek key part gray. I LOVE gray!! That would look pretty cool actually. Thanks for the idea!

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