Kent Coffey Dressers and Chests of Drawers

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Perk Up Your Interiors with Classic Kent Coffey Dressers

For those who can’t play favorites when it comes to Mid-Century aesthetics, Kent Coffey dressers and chests of drawers are here for you. Kent Coffey, who was a direct competitor of brands like Broyhill in the 1950s and 1960s, created a name for itself producing durable, quality designs in a wide range of Mid-Century styles. Today, Kent Coffey chests of drawers and dressers can be found in a vast array of Mid-Century styles, ranging from Ming-influenced chinoiserie dressers to sophisticated atomic-styles chests of drawers that feel reminiscent of higher-end makers like Edward Wormley. For those looking for an alternative to Broyhill’s Brasilia dresser, consider a Kent Coffey Perspecta dresser. These classic Mid-Century dressers showcase a swoop pattern similar to Broyhill’s; however, the pattern on Perspecta dressers is a bit more reserved, making it ideal for those who love the look of Broyhill’s Brasilia pieces, but feel that the design may overpower a room. Like the Brasilia line, these Kent Coffey dressers can be found in a wide range of configurations, ranging from lowboys to highboys to mixed chests and armoires. Those who favor even more minimal styling may want to consider Kent Coffey dressers from their Continental line. These dressers feature basic, flat drawer fronts and miniature swooped legs. On the hunt for a Kent Coffey blonde dresser? The brand’s Teakway line showcases dressers and nightstands with dramatic teak grain drawer fronts encased by an ebonized wood frame. Atomic pencil legs make these pieces feel akin to designs from sought-after makers like Edward Wormley, Paul McCobb, or Harvey Probber.