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Due to the popularity of chests of drawers and the volume in which they were produced, only those that are unusual or of exceptional quality will command the highest prices at auction.
campaign, launched globally in stores and on Ikea's website, Ikea urges customers to inspect their chests of drawers and dressers to ensure that they are securely anchored to the wall according to assembly instructions," Ikea said in a statement.
IKEA has included restraints with our chests of drawers for decades, and wall attachment is an integral part of the assembly instructions.
Furniture tip-over is a serious safety risk in the home; however, Ikea chests of drawers and dressers are safe to use when assembled according to the assembly instruction and attached to the wall using the restraints provided in the packaging of these products.
Moreover, Dali often resurrected his predecessor's major innovations in the decorative arts, whether in the melting watches that evoke Gaudi's gilded wooden wall clock with a spiraling face, or the human/furniture hybrids that recall the architect's earlier transformations of desk legs into bones and chests of drawers into torsos.
Offering up endless possibilities, they work well as end tables, night stands, coffee tables, chests of drawers, towers or as room dividers.
Gail Rankin, Glasgow, two chests of drawers and boys' clothes.
Official statistics show that nearly 10,000 people of all ages, needed hospital treatment after accidents involving chests of drawers or dressing tables during 1998.
The middle level conceals television and stereo equipment, and the bottom level serves as built-in chests of drawers.
Chests of drawers tip-overs were associated with an estimated 2,000 hospital emergency room-treated injuries per year from 1982 through 1986.
Twenty woodworkers, each specializing in the carving, turning or laminating of a variety of domestic or exotic woods are offering such works as candlesticks, salad bowls, jewelry boxes, toy trains, lamps, chairs and chests of drawers.
DARK, curvy and extremely glamorous, these chests of drawers are anything but dull.
Pine chests of drawers were made in their own right, but aimed at the poorer purchaser and are often not as well finished.
Other techniques include only having one bed-side table and not installing chests of drawers or wardrobes.