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.
Substantial 3” thick legs display a nearly white Caesarstone top on this bold Parsons style occasional table. Caesarstone is made from quartz and should be less likely to stain or scratch compared to marble or other light colored natural stone surfaces. That way, you can rest your red wine or coffee nearby without worrying about marks on your tabletop.
The size of this table is 36” Wide x 20” Deep x 17” High. It is constructed of solid Pennsylvania Maple toned to a deep nearly black brown and finished with satin waterborne lacquer.
Inspired by a slightly smaller mahogany dresser, this Long dresser will provide ample storage for clothes in a Nantucket summer home.
This baby is big: 84” wide x 35” high and 24” deep.
The case is a very large dovetailed rectangle flanked by chunky towers of old- growth Douglas Fir. The four drawers and remainder of the piece are sustainably harvested Pennsylvania Maple toned to a rich dark brown and sealed with a waterborne lacquer.
The drawers are modern and sleek with barely noticeable recesses to open them . They are also dovetailed and employ soft close undermount slides.
Next up are a lovely black antique inspired dresser and a modern parsons style end table. All three pieces will share a bedroom designed by Mona Ross Berman.
This simple but elegant cabinet was a re-creation of a loved piece of furniture that the client had in her previous home in Charlotte. In the center is the television, surrounded by art glass, books, and storage for special items.
The look of the piece is clean and contemporary and the finish is “Designer White” lacquer in a satin sheen. The cabinet measures 7’ wide and 8’ tall.
Located on a very narrow street and up a tight staircase, this large cabinet broke down into pieces that could be delivered in one truck and then recombined inside the room as a seamless-looking unit.