This campaign style crednza in Benjamin Moore’s Champion Cobalt was ordered by a New Jersey based interior designer for a client in Manhattan. It features two soft close inset doors (each with two shelves inside) and three dovetailed drawers. The brass legs, campaign trim, and solid brass handles look sharp against the deep glossy blue.
The dovetailed case, drawers, and inset doors are constructed of sold Pennsylvania-grown Poplar. Doors and drawers are impossible to slam, thanks to the soft close hinges and slides- they glide gently and automatically shut when pushed. We’ve fielded repeat requests for credenzas like this one, and think the client will be pleased- it’s beautiful!
Amazingly lively bookmatched European Walnut drawer fronts are framed by blackened Pennsylvania Maple in this pair of new original Springhouse designed dressers. These dressers are even more stunning in person.
Three dovetailed drawers with integral handpulls on self closing soft close concealed slides. Substantial solid wood construction- no veneer here!
Dimensions 47″ w x 34 1/2″ h x 21″ d (Larger than they appear).
Here are two Black Walnut Credenzas being delivered to Manhattan today. They feature solid slab construction with veneered doors with no hardware visible on the exterior. The doors push to open. Drawers are constructed of dovetailed matching walnut.
The smaller Credenza (two doors) is for a living room and serves as a bar- see interior below.
The three door Credenza (interior pictured above) is destined for a Dining room.
The latest installation was this long walnut credenza for a New York City residence. The base measures 14 1/2’ long and sports ten doors and a matching walnut counter. The doors are push to open and reveal an inner shelf.
The three floating shelves with integral LED lighting are over 90” long and 2 1/4” thick. The finish is a satin waterborne lacquer. The drawing for this job can be viewed here.
These are preliminary drawings for two Walnut Credenzas that are being built for a Manhattan home. The design hasn’t been finalized yet- the legs may change- but they are both built of slab Pennsylvania hardwood, and are rather clean and modern-looking, with no exposed hardware. Next up: progress shots of the veneered walnut demilune.
The French Walnut custom Credenza is en route to its new home in Philadelphia this morning. It is made from very thick slabs (2” stock) of imported walnut and is finished with Tung oil and protected with wax. Three doors slide alongside one another. Inside there is one large adjustable shelf.
Everything about it is solid, very unique, and beautiful.
Filled with delightful swirling grain, the credenza’s stunning slab lumber was sourced from a single tree cut into flitches by specialists in imported and figured logs.
The three doors slide to reveal an adjustable shelf. It will make quite a statement in its Philadelphia home.
This piece has been described as a low console table, or a credenza.
According to Wikipedia, “Originally in Italian, the name meant belief. In the 16th century the act of credenza was the tasting of food and drinks by a servant for a lord or other important person (such as the pope or a cardinal) in order to test for poison. The name passed then to the room where the act took place, then to the furniture.”