The versatility of the tall units, useful for furnishing different spaces
The group of furniture that furnishes the bedroom, that is bedside tables, chest of drawers, sestini and septets are essential to keep the master bedroom in order but let's discover together the other spaces in which it can be placed.
In this article we focus on the versatility of the tallboy that can become a piece of furniture in other rooms of the house.
The septet is an antique piece of furniture, whose origins date back to the early nineteenth century. The seven drawers that compose it were used to organize the seven days of the week. In the 1950s and 1960s, the sevens became trendy again, becoming the protagonists of many rooms in the house.
Not just the bedroom: tall units to organize with style
The septets can be placed in different places thanks to their shape and functionality. Being a vertically developed chest of drawers, it is able to offer a lot of space to organize objects and accessories of all kinds.
Let's start from the classic use, that is from the bedroom, where the septet is used to contain bed linen, underwear, towels, jewelry and accessories.
The modern septets are also perfect for the bedroom because in its drawers you can insert accessories and children's clothing, but also everything you need for changing and cleaning the little ones, such as diapers, wet wipes, ...
The high-bay unit also finds its place in the entrance, where it houses small items such as glasses, keys, but also in the living room and study.
Classic and modern tallboy: the Giessegi models
The catalog offers models with clean shapes and discreet shades and other lively furniture with contrasting lines.
The wooden tallboy models with essential and square shapes, such as Madrid and in the light wood version Memory, are perfect for an elegant and rigorous sleeping area or entrance.
Among the different solutions for a modern bedroom we have sets of wooden nightstands, chest of drawers and tallboy with a minimal design and light shades of wood.
For the “classic but not too much” series, here is the modern white septet of the Damasco model, which, like Daphne, has details that break the monotony by creating movement.
Among the models revisited in a modern key that give personality to every space we find multifaceted night groups that can also set up the office.
Stoccolma is a set of rounded chest of drawers and bedside tables, complete with sestini: it is an original model, perfect for a young and dynamic home.
In the collection there is no shortage of furniture with an attractive design, able to meet the taste of the most creative: these are particular bedside tables for the bedroom that adapt to any space and style. In this regard, we mention the Bridge model, a tallboy with an original and sophisticated design: this set of furnishing accessories is not aligned and this gives it a fun shape with both containing and aesthetic power.
Discover all the versatile and functional solutions of Giessegi, always attentive to quality, details and the most contemporary trends.