Rustic Chest of Drawers Resembling a Stack of Firewood
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Rustic Chest of Drawers Resembling a Stack of Firewood

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If you are looking for a charming furniture piece with a rustic touch, than we have just the thing: Facecord was designed by Mark Moskovitz and is an original chest of drawers, suited for any room with a personality. At a first glance, this unusual storage item could easily be confused with a stack of firewood, as its exterior respects the geometry of cordwood. With four built-in drawers, the chest has a highly practical feature as well, offering plenty of possobilities for storage. Perfect for rustic decors, this beautiful piece found on Design Milk could also be integrated in a more contemporary interior, as long as the owners keep a minimalist approach.

5 comments

  • dana April 26, 2011 at 07:41 AM Login to Reply →

    one more piece of kitsch…

  • Morle Evan April 26, 2011 at 11:33 AM Login to Reply →

    wonderful, This is a nice work, when saw these pictures first time, i confused that as stack of firewood. but when i observed closely, i got the point. Thanks for posting this.

  • 17thandRiggs April 26, 2011 at 19:57 PM Login to Reply →

    What an interesting idea! I could see it as an outdoor storage outlet.

    We also wrote an article about bringing Spring into your home that features an end table made of firewood and tree-shaped bookcases. Check it out here: http://blog.17thandriggs.com/2011/03/bring-nature-into-your-home-this-spring/

  • decking designs April 27, 2011 at 00:40 AM Login to Reply →

    thats a lovely piece of furniture, I just hope when the nights draw in and more firewood is needed someone doesn’t start chopping it up!! I wonder what ppl would keep in it?

  • Justin May 24, 2011 at 11:34 AM Login to Reply →

    Moskovitz has managed to keep the beauty of nature in place with this piece. You wouldn’t suspect that it is a chest of drawers unless you tried to pull one of the wood pieces out in your attempt to use it to light a fire, just imagine a lifetime of entertainment as guests to your house try to wrap their head around this. Does Anyone know how much this piece is likely to cost?