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Campaign furniture was originally used for — you guessed it — campaigns. Military units appreciated it for its portability, as chairs and chests were made to be easily broken down and reassembled — perfect for a troop on the move. These days, the stylish brass corners and unique drawer pulls make campaign dressers sophisticated focal points of any room.

There may be history behind the style, but you don’t have to pay antique-level prices to sport this trend in your home. In HGTV Magazine’s newest High/Low Challenge, we ask if you can name the price difference between these two chests. One winner will receive a prize package that includes a copy of the October issue, an HGTV Magazine iPhone 5 case, and an HGTV Magazine ice cream scoop. All you have to do is leave your answer in the comments below (i.e. Right: high, Left: low or vice versa). You must answer correctly for a chance to win. Come back tomorrow at 2 p.m. to see if you were right!

green lacquer campaign chests

We’d campaign for either of these gorgeous green pieces.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., age 21 or older. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Sweepstakes ends at 2:00 p.m. ET on September 5, 2014. Full official rules are available here. Sponsored by Scripps Networks, LLC dba Home & Garden Television, 9721 Sherrill Boulevard, Knoxville, Tennessee 37932.

221 Responses

  1. Margaret Qayyum says:

    Left:high – right:low. Love either!

  2. cheryl dinnie says:

    Low-high

  3. yasmine says:

    Left- high Right- low

  4. LindaMary13 says:

    Left Low, Right High. Love both!

  5. Margaret Qayyum says:

    Left:high–right:low. Price difference $528.00!

  6. Libby Berk says:

    Left: high
    Right: low

  7. ness says:

    High left . Low right

  8. maly bryan says:

    left is high @ $2,700, right is low @ $600

  9. Lori Kaszubinski says:

    Left low; right high by 700.00

  10. Shaun says:

    Left: High
    Right:Low

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