"If space is tight why not consider having a French style Chest of Drawers next to your bed that doubles-up as a Bedside Table. And, we have it on good authority that our Chests of Drawers make great baby-changing tables too!"
"Every elegant boudoir should possess a beautiful painted mahogany chest that'll serve up a slice of French flair as well as provide storage for the likes of lingerie, hosiery and cosmetics."
About Luxury Chests of Drawers & French Cabinet Drawers
Complete your bedroom with a handmade French armoire to sit alongside your beautiful French furniture. Our wardrobes and armoires are hand-carved by master craftsmen and will stand the test of time in both the heirloom and style stakes!
Transforming Your Bedroom Storage with French Style Chest of Drawers
Bored of bland storage options? Our bedroom chests of drawers are beautifully detailed, offer ample storage space and will complement your French style boudoir. Each set of drawers are intricately hand-carved from solid wood and finished by hand in a seven-stage process, so you know you’re investing in a piece that will stand the test of time.
Whatever the size of your bedroom, you’ll find a stunning set of drawers to transform your bedroom with us. From wide set chests with 7 drawers for all your storage needs to shapely two drawer designs, perfect for the more petite space, our collection offers organisation and sophistication.
Choose from rustic natural wood options for a French country feel, or the white painted chests of drawers with gold detailing and ornate metalwork handles for a glamorous take on bedroom storage.
Our Chest Designs, Your Style
Rest assured you're at the home of elegant French bedroom furniture designs. We hope you love our furniture as much as we do, and that it will give you many years of compliments and enjoyment.
Thank you for visiting our online boutique, we have a feeling that finding beautiful French furniture for your home won't be a challenge; but limiting yourself to just one piece might just be!
How To Organise Your Chest Of Drawers
When we’re getting ready in the morning, we want to dress serenely and without stress, and that’s just not possible when your drawers and cabinets are overflowing with crumpled clothes. So how do you get organised?
Step 1: Empty your drawers. Simple as that, just get everything out, without editing.
Step 2: Categorise. Gather together like items, lingerie, tops, jumpers etc. This is the point where you edit if you need to. Remember to gift or donate clothes you no longer want!
Step 3: Decide what goes where. Bulky items like sweaters might work better hung in an armoire, and you might have enough drawers to allocate one for each of your knickers, socks and tights, for example.
Step 4: Use separators or organisers. If you have big drawers with a number of items within, drawer organisers allow you to separate out different categories and prevent them from getting tangled or lost.
Step 5: Put everything back! If you’ve devised a new system, expect some teething problems as you get used to it as you may forget where things now live, or even find that you need to move things around.
Step 6: Don’t forget to style the top. Avoid using this space for storage, and instead use it as a styling moment. Read our blog post on How to Style a Chest of Drawers.
How To Stop Drawers Sticking
Hand carved wooden furniture is the perfect addition to any home, however, as a natural material, wood can very occasionally swell. This is often caused by a change in humidity, as wood naturally expands in higher temperatures. In the unlikely occasion you experience sticking drawers, do not panic. This can be fixed very easily using household items and is just a sign of your gorgeous new furniture being made from the most natural materials.
Before starting, ensure that the surface is dust free, using a soft cloth or hoover attachment on the inside of the unit and alongside the outer edge of the drawer. Then, using a bar of wax, simply rub along the inner web frame and the underside of the drawer edge. You can use paraffin wax, beeswax, or candle wax, just make sure to avoid anything scented or coloured! If you do not have any of these in your home, wax paper folded up would also work. Just be sure to do this gently and watch out for splinters.
How To Clean Drawers
Caring for your French drawers is almost as important as choosing them. To keep them looking as beautiful as the day you first laid eyes on them, we recommend doing a general dust of the body every week and cleaning out the inside once a month.
To care for the outside of your drawers, use a clean, soft cloth to dust lightly. Remove any items you may have stored on top to make sure it has been dusted evenly.
When cleaning the inside of your beautiful drawers, remove all items stored within each drawer and follow the same process of dusting with a clean, soft cloth. For any hard-to-reach places, use the soft bristled brush attachment of your vacuum!
To freshen up further, sprinkle a little bit of baking soda along the bottom of the drawer and allow it to sit for a couple of hours before vacuuming this up.