Mid Century Room Divider by Milo Baughman for Drexel

Mid Century Room Divider by Milo Baughman for Drexel

This is a truly breathtaking vintage room divider designed by Milo Baughman for Drexel. It has dropfronts and sliding cabinet doors on both sides, a brass skeleton key, and plenty of versatile shelf storage. The drop front on one side reveals a shallow cabinet with glass shelf and leather bar surface, while the other side features secretary storage and a wood writing surface. You really have to see this piece in person to appreciate it. The gorgeous mahogany-esque veneer used on this piece is Primavera, a rare South American hardwood customarily used for accents on high end furniture. It is quite unusual, and very striking, to see it as the primary material on a piece this large. Measures 63″w x 19.5″d x 61.5″h

Mid Century Room Divider by Milo Baughman for Drexel