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38/44″W x 20″D x 72″H. The Country Farm 4 Drawer Cabinet Chest is a unique take on a chest of drawers with open storage behind its top doors. One shelf behind doors. These chests are part of our Country Farm Furniture Collection of custom made wood furniture. Shown in blackberry.
- Materials: pine, poplar, oak, cherry, maple.
- Custom widths, depths and heights are available.
- Hand-fitted tongue & groove, mortise & tenon construction.
- Base styles – open, closed, shaker, scroll, bun foot.
- Door styles – beadboard, raised panel, wire panel, screen panel, flat panel, glass panel.
- Drawer styles – flush, raised panel, recessed panel.
- Euro glide roller drawer glides or optional ball bearing glides.
- Drawer boxes stained or painted to match color.
- 9 stains, 45 paints, custom color options.
- One color rub, two color rub or two tone finishing.
- Light or medium hand distressing.
- Made to order in the USA for over 20 years.
Additional options include split top drawers and more. Contact us at 866-223-2757 to speak to a design consultant.
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38/44"W x 20"D x 72"H. Custom dimensions available. Material options: pine, poplar, oak, cherry, maple. 5 base and 3 drawer styles. Stained or painted. Shown in Snow.
Material: Pine, Poplar, Oak, Cherry, Maple.
Janka Hardness (Higher = Harder): Pine: 420, Poplar: 540, Cherry & Maple: 950, Oak: 1290.
Density (lbs/cubic ft): Pine, Poplar = 30. Oak, Cherry, Maple = 45.
Moisture Content: All wood is dried to a 7-9% moisture content to minimize swelling and cracks.
All woods are all selected at furniture grade quality levels to ensure uniform characteristics and appearance for each wood type.
Pine: White Pine. White pine wood is straight-grained softwood with an even medium texture. It also tends to feature quite a few dark knots, as pine trees grow branches down almost the entire trunk of the tree. Most are familiar with white pine as a soft white color, sometimes with a touch of yellow to it. Pine is an economical material, stains nicely and, since our tables are already distressed, can be an excellent choice. Even furniture grade select white pine will have some knots that can bleed through surfaces, particularly with lighter colors. However, knots do add character to distressed wood tops. Bleed through on painted finishes can be avoided with a poplar, oak or maple top. Bleed through on stained finishes can be avoided with a maple or oak top.
Poplar: Poplar is one of the most common hardwoods in the United States. The wood is straight grained, uniform in texture and moderate to light weight. It has a medium density, machines and glues well. Pine is a softwood while poplar is a soft hardwood. There is really not much difference in the strength between pine and poplar. Poplar is better for painted finishes to avoid knots which can be present in pine.
Oak: When it comes to choosing hardwood for a custom table, many people consider oak. It’s a good choice as oak is one of the most durable types of wood as well as one of the most readily available. Forested throughout the U.S. Oak is also considered more environmentally friendly as it has a much lower carbon footprint than more exotic woods. It is a light to medium brown, commonly with a reddish cast. The grain is straight, with a coarse, uneven and distinct texture and pattern. The wood is hard, tough and durable. It can be stained or painted but the grain will still be visible.
Cherry: Cherry is a hardwood with a fine, straight grain that ranges from reddish-brown to blond. It has medium density, with good wood bending properties, medium strength and shock resistance, but low stiffness, and can be steam bent with care. It resists warping and shrinking, even in the most humid environments. It is highly prized for furniture and interior joinery. Particularly good for detailing and carving, cherry is good for making such furniture for the home as armoires, dining room tables, nightstands, and dressers. Natural cherry wood does oxidize when exposed to UV lights, causing it to gradually darken over time. In most cases, 80% of the oxidation happens in the first year. If the wood is in a particularly sunny spot, most of this oxidation will likely occur in the first three months This color change is most noticeable with natural or light stain finishes.
Maple: Maple is strong, heavy, hard, straight-grained and fine textured. It is a light white hardwood that sometimes has a reddish tinge. One of the hardest wood species, maple is often chosen for heavy-use items, like dressers and kitchen cabinets. Along with cherry, walnut, and oak, maple is considered to be among the favorite hardwood choices for furniture building. Maple is generally considered to be very durable, and attractive when properly finished.
Drawer Glides: Standard Euro roller glides – steel rails and high impact plastic rollers. Optional double extending ball bearing roller glides available for an upcharge.
Drawer Boxes: Standard pine/poplar. Glued and nailed shaker lap joint construction with floating fitted groove ¼” furniture grade plywood bottoms. Full finished stain or paint to match color.
Back Panels: Standard pine/poplar. Dadoed ¼” furniture grade plywood screwed and stapled to the back of the frame.
Options: 9 standard stains, 43 standard paints.
Stains: Furniture grade lacquer based cabinet stain.
Paints: Minimum of 2-3 coats of low/no VOC cabinet grade paint. Paints are LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified. In addition to the standard one color rubbed finish, 2 color and 3 color rubbed finishes are available.
Clear coat: All non-white paint and stained finishes include 3 coats of an ultra durable, natural, water based, low VOC polywhey clear coat. White paint colors receive 3 coats of an ultra durable, non-yellowing lacquer clear coat.
Custom Colors: Custom colors are available using either Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore paint colors. Please provide manufacturer, paint color number and paint name. Custom colors require an up charge.
Distressing & Rub
Distressing: Distressing applies to both stained and painted tables. Distressing refers to nicks and dings in the wood. Our casegoods are carefully hand distressed to provide the look and character of an aged table. Distressing can be specified as light or medium.
Rub: Rubbing applies to painted pieces only. Rub refers to where the top color is rubbed through to reveal the wood or a second color underneath. All of our hand rubbed paint finishes can be applied with a light or medium rub depending on how much of the top color should be removed to achieve the targeted appearance. Rubbed painted finishes show small areas of the paint rubbed off, revealing light brown stained wood underneath. Light rub is generally visible on the edges of the piece.
Two Color Rub: A Two Color Rub is when one paint color is applied over another and then rubbed off to reveal the underneath color and the light brown stained wood. A Two Color Rub is available with a light or medium rub.
All casegood dimensions are to the outside of the top or crown molding. Custom dimensions are available on all products.
Top Thickness: Standard Top = approx. .75-.875".
Base Heights: Standard base H is 4” to 5” depending on specific unit and style.
Corners & Edges: Rounded bullnose: 1” corner radius on standard top with ¼” radius on edges. Thumbnail edge on top: ¼” concave edge radius on all four sides.
Drawer Boxes: Depending on the specific style and configuration the inside width of the drawer boxes are approximately 9” less than the width of the furniture frame. The inside depth is approximately 4” less than the furniture frame, drawer heights vary from 4”H to 8”H. Specific inside drawer box dimensions are available on request.
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Premium Wood Stains: *Natural, Brown Cedar and Storm stains only available on premium woods. Maple not available in darker stains.
Any two colors can be combined in a two color rub
We loan our wood, wicker & metal samples out free of charge; we ask that you return them so we can reuse them. Paper and fabric samples are yours to keep. Thank you!
Country Farm Furniture Collection Collection production lead time is 10 - 12 weeks.
Furniture Orders: Production Lead Time + Transit Time (5 – 15 business days) = Delivery to Your Home
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