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  • Herman Miller® Nelson Miniature Chest 9 Drawer
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Miniature Chest 9 Drawer
    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Solid wood, laminate top, metal base & pulls. Made by Herman Miller® "The simple joy of taking an idea into one's own hands and giving it proper form, that's exciting." -George Nelson. Japan had a profound effect on George Nelson. During his first trip to Tokyo in 1951 and several more that decade, Nelson became fascinated with all things Japanese. That influence is evident in the 1952 design of his miniature chests. Reminiscent of tansu, cabinets with many small drawers used for storing a variety of items, the Nelson miniature chests provide wonderful little places to keep things. An interesting addition to nearly any room-whether at home or the office-these chests embody what Nelson appreciated most in Japanese design: "a sense of fitness in the relationship between hand, material, use, and shape." -George Nelson. Each drawer is hand-fitted by cabinetmakers to ensure proper alignment so the wood-on-wood glides work smoothly. Each model has a drawer with dividers to organize and store small items. True to the original design, the chest body and drawers come in walnut, white ash or teak wood and 4-star aluminum base. Drawers have metal knobs. Chest with pedestal has adjustable glides. Chest without pedestal has solid brass glides. nine-drawer chest without pedestal base: 10.5" w | 13" d | 23.5" h. nine-drawer chest with four-star pedestal base: 10.5" w | 13" d | 43.5" h. Ships partially assembled; pulls & base (if applicable) need to be attached.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Miniature Chest 6 Drawer
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Miniature Chest 6 Drawer
    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Solid wood, laminate top, metal base & pulls. Made by Herman Miller® "The simple joy of taking an idea into one's own hands and giving it proper form, that's exciting." -George Nelson. Japan had a profound effect on George Nelson. During his first trip to Tokyo in 1951 and several more that decade, Nelson became fascinated with all things Japanese. That influence is evident in the 1952 design of his miniature chests. Reminiscent of tansu, cabinets with many small drawers used for storing a variety of items, the Nelson miniature chests provide wonderful little places to keep things. An interesting addition to nearly any room-whether at home or the office-these chests embody what Nelson appreciated most in Japanese design: "a sense of fitness in the relationship between hand, material, use, and shape." -George Nelson. Each drawer is hand-fitted by cabinetmakers to ensure proper alignment so the wood-on-wood glides work smoothly. Each model has a drawer with dividers to organize and store small items. True to the original design, the chest body and drawers come in walnut, white ash or teak wood with laminate on the top surface and 4-star aluminum base. Drawers have metal knobs. Chest with pedestal has adjustable glides. Chest without pedestal has solid brass glides. six-drawer chest without pedestal base: 30.25" w | 13" d | 6" h. six-drawer chest with four-star pedestal base: 30.25" w | 13" d | 26.25" h. Ships partially assembled; pulls & base (if applicable) need to be attached.
  • George Nelson Nelson Thin Edge Chest
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    George Nelson Nelson Thin Edge Chest
    The Nelson Thin Edge Chest offers abundant storage in a classic and streamlined mid-century modern style appropriate for many uses in your home—bedrooms, guest rooms, office, family room, dining room. It is available with three drawers or four, all of which have soft-closing slides, and in a variety of beautiful and sustainable wood veneers.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Chest
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Chest
    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Plywood, veneer, polished aluminum, metal. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. Designed to look and feel exquisite, these cabinets, chests, and cases were produced in 1952 as application of George Nelson's continuing exploration of storage furniture, first introduced in 1945 in a Life magazine feature on his modular "Storagewall" concept. Originally called the Rosewood Group due to its use of rosewood veneer, this group was later renamed after the feature that gives it its aesthetic quality: the thin edge framing the doors and drawers. Fifty years since they were last available, the pieces are updated with environmentally sustainable veneers and finishing processes, including santos palisander, which shares - and honors - the rich personality of rosewood. The chest features your choice of either three or four drawers built of solid wood construction with soft closing slides. It's also available with polished aluminum legs with adjustable glides and your choice of two drawer pulls. Back panel can be requested finished to match or unfinished (matte black). Ships partially assembled, draw pulls need to be attached. This series consists of a buffet unit, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors. Please note: - walnut/dark brown combination, the case finish is walnut & drawers/door fronts are dark brown walnut. - white ash/walnut combination, the case finish if white ash & drawers/door fronts are walnut. chest: 18.5" d | 34" w | 28.6" h.
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