Mid Century Modern Milo Baughman for Directional Walnut Highboy

$2,595.00

Fabulous vintage c.1970’s mid century modern Milo Baughman for Directional Furniture highboy dresser / wardrobe! All walnut, inside and out, with ebonized hardware and base. Has an amazingly well fitted upper cabinet unit, which hides behind beautifully grained bi-fold doors! The base unit consists of two generously deep and wide drawers. This unit offers load of storage and style!

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Description

Fabulous vintage c.1970’s mid century modern Milo Baughman for Directional Furniture highboy dresser / wardrobe! All walnut, inside and out, with ebonized hardware and base. Has an amazingly well fitted upper cabinet unit, which hides behind beautifully grained bi-fold doors! The base unit consists of two generously deep and wide drawers. This unit offers load of storage and style!

Truly a wonderfully designed and constructed piece, it is very good original condition as you can see in the photographs. There is one small spot of veneer loss along the bottom edge of the bottom drawer, and a minor bit of edge wear along the top front edge in one spot, shown in closeup. Also on the very top, there is an area of dark staining on the top of the upper cabinet, which is very high in the air and not generally visible unless you are very tall. Aside from that there is normal wear from the decades, but very very well kept as shown!

Measures 40″ wide, 18″ deep and 67″ tall overall, with the top of the base unit being 24 1/2″ tall.

DIMENSIONS
40ʺW × 18ʺD × 67ʺH
STYLES
Mid-Century Modern
ARTIST
Milo Baughman
BRAND
Directional
DESIGNER
Milo Baughman
PERIOD
1970s
PLACE OF ORIGIN
United States of America
ITEM TYPE
Vintage, Antique or Pre-owned
MATERIALS
Walnut
CONDITION
Good Condition, Original Condition Unaltered, Some Imperfections
TEAR SHEET
CONDITION NOTES
Very good original condition as you can see in the photographs. There is one small spot of veneer loss along the bottom edge of the bottom drawer, and a minor bit of edge wear along the top front edge in one spot, shown in closeup. Also on the very top, there is an area of dark staining on the top of the upper cabinet, which is very high in the air and not generally visible unless you are very tall. Aside from that there is normal wear from the decades, but very very well kept as shown!