Montaigne - Mango wood chest of drawers W 120cm
Are you looking for an 18th century style wood dresser for your bedroom?
You'll love the Montaigne with its elegant lines crafted from bleached, aged mango wood. This 4-drawer style stylishly contrasts a natural wood frame with a sleek slate grey top.
In the same style, take a look at the large oval table.
This range in solid mango wood is a blend of elegance and refinement.
Each piece is lightly ceruse-finished by hand to retain a very natural look.
The flowing lines, curved legs, sculpted cornices and slate-gray tops reveal subtle, authentic craftsmanship.
The plain traditional handles and locks in aged brass highlight the pure lines of this range.
Since we have nothing to hide, we wanted to tell you the history of the piece of furniture you're buying. Scan the 2D code on the label and you can learn all about its journey: from the tree plantation right to the finished product. This unique traceability system is available thanks to a collaboration with The Forest Trust (TFT) which works on the ground to ensure that the timber comes from sustainably managed forests. This means you can have a guarantee that the beautiful piece of furniture you own also has a good history.See the product story and discover our videos
|Dimensions (cm): Height85 x Width120 x Depth50|
|Weight (kg): 52|
|Botanical name for main wood: Mangifera Indica|
|Origin of main wood: India|
|Main wood variety: Mango wood|
|Made In Inde|
Frame, sides and drawers: Mango wood
Top: medium density fibreboard, aged, satin-finish slate gray paint
Rear panel: medium density fibreboard
Finish: Aged, lightly bleached, matte wood finish
Handles: Aged brass
Each tree at the origin of any mango or sheesham wood furniture with this label is geolocated, which enables us to verify its origin and even identify the planters. The QR code on these products lets you find out all about them! Read more about our traceability programme.
This product is recyclable. When it comes to the end of its useful life, remember to take it to a recycling centre.
As a member of the 1% For The Planet programme, Maisons du Monde donates 1% of revenue made from furniture, including traceable or recycled wood and eco-designs, bearing this logo to environmental charities.