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campaign furniture

Emily Oster

One of things I am always searching Craigslist and Ebay for is Campaign furniture. This particular type of furniture is very on trend at the moment although it has been around since the days of Julius Caesar. Campaign furniture was originally made for travel specifically military "campaigns". It was designed to break down into multiple pieces and be highly durable so that it could be easily packed up and carried on the march. The furniture is most typically associated with the 18th and 19th century British Army as Campaign furniture was the preferred means of luggage for military officers. Today, the most common piece of furniture of this type is the chest. Personally, I think Campaign furniture is timeless. I like its history, functionality, clean lines and of course the brass hardware. Below are a few favorites. 

1. Campaign chest via Cottages & Gardens photo by Peter Murdock  2. Campaign dresser by Elizabeth Dinkel Design Associates, Inc. photo by Karyn Millet  3. green Campaign chests via Lonny  4. via Canadian House & Home designed by Sasha Seymour photo by Michael Graydon  5. jet setter credenza by ModShop  6. nursery Campaign dresser by   7. Campaign desk via At Home in Fairfield County design by Lara Spencer

1. Campaign chest via Cottages & Gardens photo by Peter Murdock  2. Campaign dresser by Elizabeth Dinkel Design Associates, Inc. photo by Karyn Millet  3. green Campaign chests via Lonny  4. via Canadian House & Home designed by Sasha Seymour photo by Michael Graydon  5. jet setter credenza by ModShop  6. nursery Campaign dresser by   7. Campaign desk via At Home in Fairfield County design by Lara Spencer