If you're really on your game, you'll see right away why I named this post "3 blind mice".
But read on for the rest...
It is solid. The drawers are deep & heavy. The hardware was gaudy, heavy (of course) and all the screws were stripped. Sigh.
The cabinet doors that go in the center were a good two inches thick. I removed the lovely brass corner fixtures.
I see this piece more as a sideboard or buffet, than as a dresser. Not sure why, and someone else may feel differently. But it just feels like a kitchen or dining room piece to me.
Of all the pieces that have spent time on this wall in my kitchen, this is the one that I feel like could 'stay' the most. It is perfect for the space. Last night, we celebrated my dad's birthday here and it was so nice to have the extra counter space for desserts, plates, etc. So it may have found its home :)
But do you see why I called it "3 blind mice"?
Seriously, WHAT are those holes in the bottom?! Don't they remind you of the holes in the wall from Tom & Jerry?
If anyone has any insight into what those holes are all about, I'd love to hear it. They are matching, identically on either side under the drawers. It appears from the cuts & the finish that they are original to the piece. I haven't got a clue :)
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