Nelson Three-Drawer Chest

Series of dimensioned drawings of the Nelson Thin Edge 3-Drawer Chest with measurements for height, width, and depth

The Nelson Chest with three drawers is a chest with environmentally sustainable veneers and 85% recycled materials. It was designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller, where Nelson was the director from 1945-1972. The dresser is made with walnut, ash, or santos palisander veneer with solid birch drawers, and aluminum legs for a striking look.

The Nelson Three-Drawer Chest has an overall height of 28.75” (73 cm), width of 34.0” (86 cm), and depth of 18.5” (47 cm).

Details

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Height: 
28.75” | 73 cm
Width:
34.0” | 86 cm
Depth:
18.5” | 47 cm
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Materials:
Wood veneer (walnut, ash, Santos palisander); birch drawers; polished aluminum legs
Designer:
George Nelson
Year:
1952

Properties

Drawings include:
Nelson Thin Edge Three-Drawer Chest elevation (front), elevation (side), plan

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Dressers, also known interchangeably as chests or bureaus, are furniture pieces made up of multiple stacked drawers for storing items. Most commonly used to hold various clothing items within the bedroom, dressers are multi-functional items designed with various sizes, capacities, and proportions.