In the early 19th century, Biedermeier craftsmen grew tired of the styles dictated by court architects and began designing their own furniture. As the middle class grew, these pieces were made for a new, professional class of clientele - doctors, lawyers, merchants - and not the aristocracy. Chests were lighter in scale and had taller legs that gave them a simple, restrained elegance. The Julius Lifestyle Cabinet is a Biedermeier interpretation of neoclassic styling. This six-drawer chest has two smaller drawers and a drop-front extension feature for a laptop in the center drawer.