Danish late Gustavian 1820s distressed blue grey painted wood chest with three graduating graduating drawers and bracket feet. This Danish Late Gustavian chest of drawers circa 1820, combines functionality and aesthetics with subtle elegance. Its rectangular top and graduated drawers offer ample storage, a nod to the practical, unpretentious design ethos of the late Gustavian period.
The chest features three progressively larger drawers, each fitted with Chippendale-style hardware. This brass adornment showcases a traditional, ornate design that adds a touch of Classic appeal to the piece, contrasting the simplistic structure and soft paintwork.
Painted in a distressed blue-grey, the chest emanates a soothing color palette reminiscent of the Scandinavian landscape, infusing a sense of calm into any room. This weathered finish amplifies the antique nature of the chest, inviting stories of its history and use.
Completing the structure are the bracket feet, giving the chest a stable base while enhancing its overall elegance. This design element is a staple of Gustavian furniture, balancing the piece’s weight and adding an additional layer of refined detail.
As a piece of Danish Gustavian furniture, this chest of drawers effortlessly blends utilitarian design with understated style. Perfect for those seeking timeless, high-quality antique furniture, this piece stands as an exemplar of Scandinavian craftsmanship from the early 19th century.
Place of Origin: Denmark
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 43.5"W x 21.4"D x 32"H
Inventory Number: YYG31