19th Century Dutch linen press in oak

A classic period Dutch linen press in oak. Painted in a muted linen grey colour with a light distressed finish. The interior features five drawers offering extensive storage. The top section is easily removed and disassembled for easy transport.

A Dutch linen press is a piece of furniture traditionally used to store and press linens, such as sheets, pillowcases, and towels. Nowadays, many of these pieces are used to store more modern day items such flat screen televisions and audio equipment. Typically, the Dutch linen press consists of two vertical sections, with shelves and drawers in the lower section, and a hinged top section that opens to reveal a space for storing linens. The decorative cornice is a classic feature of the Dutch linen with its intricate carving.

  • Height 224 cm
  • Widest point 166cm
  • Deepest point 55cm
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Frequently asked questions

Q. Does the linen press disassemble?
A. Yes, the top section is separate to the base and easily disassembles into its component parts – doors, drawers, panels, shelves and cornice. The base does not disassemble.

Q. How easy is it to reassemble the top section?
A. Everything slots into place secured by dowels and several screws.

Q. How long does it take to assemble the top section?
A. 10-15 minutes.

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