Add a classic style to a modern bedroom with the eye-catching Sosia dresser by San Giacomo. Organizing clothes and accessories is a breeze with the three spacious drawers. With ample space on top, it allows for countless decor possibilities to create a one-of-a-kind look. The spaces between each drawer feature a horizontal striped pattern for a captivating touch.
Manufactured in Italy with incredible attention to detail, Sosia dresser is part of the elegant Sosia collection that all complement one another. Various wood finishes are available for the structure to create a custom look.
- country of origin:Italy
- Assembly Required:No
- Shipping Charges:free
- Part of the Sosia collection
- The structure features three drawers
- Wood and colored wood finishes are available
- Made in Italy
- 51¼"W × 23½"D × 28¼"H
manufactured bySan Giacomo
Founded in 1968 in northeast Italy, San Giacomo is an internationally successful furniture company that specializes in the modern style. They create iconic tables, chairs, beds, wall units, and other home accessories with incredible attention to detail and a careful selection of materials. Not only are the creations of this brilliant company ideal for modern homes, but they are practical pieces of furniture that make people’s lives easier on a day to day basis. By doing continuous research about the market and paying close attention to each product during the manufacturing process, San Giacomo has gained its stellar reputation.
The company has over two hundred employees, so no detail is overlooked, and customization is simple. Choose the perfect shape, style, and finish, and the skilled team at San Giacomo will ensure it's of the best quality with long-lasting durability.
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