Ada’s Dresser

Modern dresser made of Spalted European Beech with oil rubbed bronze edge pulls. Inspired by the mid-century modern period, the form is left clean with a amphioxus on the wood and veneer pattern. This piece was made with a single slab style top with a grain chase over waterfall edges. The drawer faces are a book and butt match veneer pattern with a centered rabbit looking figure in each drawer bank.  Solid hardwood dovetail drawers with a soft close under mount slide for a clean smooth operation. The “Spalting” in the wood is a form of wood coloration caused by fungi, found in primarily dead trees or trees under stress. The unique color and patterns of wood are expressive, fluid, and rare making a playful and exciting form.  Currently in Europe this is a art form taking place with scientists and saw mills to artificially produce this sought after pattern by making swamps with different types of fungi and the right time and conditions. Certainly a very interesting wood and great for statement pieces like furniture or small cabinets. This piece is a great example of how you can utilize a sustainable veneer product and create fun playful patterns to suit the client and the space. This piece was built in March 2017 for a baby girl named Ada Jane.

63” L x 29” H x 17” W

da’s Dresser Modern dresser made of Spalted European Beech with bronze finger pulls. 63” L x 29” H x 17” W

Ada’s Dresser

da’s Dresser Modern dresser made of Spalted European Beech with bronze finger pulls. 63” L x 29” H x 17” W

Modern dresser made of Spalted European Beech with oil rubbed bronze edge pulls. Inspired by the mid-century modern period, the form is left clean with a amphioxus on the wood and veneer pattern. This piece was made with a single slab style top with a grain chase over waterfall edges. The drawer faces are a book and butt match veneer pattern with a centered rabbit looking figure in each drawer bank.  Solid hardwood dovetail drawers with a soft close under mount slide for a clean smooth operation. The “Spalting” in the wood is a form of wood coloration caused by fungi, found in primarily dead trees or trees under stress. The unique color and patterns of wood are expressive, fluid, and rare making a playful and exciting form.  Currently in Europe this is a art form taking place with scientists and saw mills to artificially produce this sought after pattern by making swamps with different types of fungi and the right time and conditions. Certainly a very interesting wood and great for statement pieces like furniture or small cabinets. This piece is a great example of how you can utilize a sustainable veneer product and create fun playful patterns to suit the client and the space. This piece was built in March 2017 for a baby girl named Ada Jane.

63” L x 29” H x 17” W

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