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Posted on Dec 5, 2013 by

Plan chests are hugely popular at the moment – and they make a great storage solution, particularly for those mounds of paperwork we all seem to accumulate! This colourful chest of drawers from The Old Cinema was originally used for storing documents in The Natural History Museum. Today, with many of its drawers painted inside and out, it will make a striking addition to your study or living room. At 90cm in height, 72cm wide and 71cm deep, this is a good size for most rooms and deceptively full of storage space. There’s a metal label holder on the front of each drawer, helping you organise and catalogue all those letters, statements and photos. For the chance to own a stand-out piece from one of Britain’s most iconic museums, be sure to get in touch with The Old Cinema before this smart chest of drawers is, well, history..!

Chest of drawers from The Natural History Museum, £950, The Old Cinema

Chest of Drawers from The Natural History Museum, The Old Cinema

Chest of drawers from The Natural History Museum, The Old Cinema
Image courtesy of theoldcinema.co.uk

A few things have caught our eye from The Old Cinema recently, including this vintage French industrial sorting desk, this 1950s steel locker and this Limited Edition upcycled dining table. Will any of these amazing industrial pieces find their way into your home?

And did you see our recent feature “Artisanal Archive”, about the Archive storage coffee table from Made?

 

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