A mission-style cabinet made of quartersawn white oak, a favorite Arts & Crafts material. The particular angles at which the logs are cut at the sawmill reveal the oak's rays in beautiful patterns, shown well here on the stiles of the doors in the middle.
The coloration comes from fuming with ammonia, another classic Arts & Crafts technique, which gives the wood a color change that goes much deeper into the wood than stain.
This piece is made entirely of solid wood, including all of the panels. The sides as well as the doors are constructed with frame & panel design.
Materials: - Quartersawn White Oak, fumed, and finished with an oil / polyurethane blend.
Dimensions: - 44" wide x 24" deep x 37" tall
- If you're interested in this piece in a different size or material, be sure to check out my commissions page. The quartersawn white oak is a classic material for a piece like this, but it could look equally striking in different woods or finishes, such as a darker oak, or a warm cherry. The the size could easily scale for various purposes. Any other ideas? Let's talk! - Check out my Materials page for examples of the various materials and finishes I work with.
- These pieces are all made to order, and vary from one to the next, both due to the materials and hand crafted nature of the work.
- Please allow 4-8 weeks for production and shipping.
- Because these pieces are large and delivered by freight, the shipping charge listed is approximate, and may be adjusted after you place your order. Please email me with any questions.