American Bungalow Horizontal Dresser

$9,975.00 - $11,975.00

A signature piece in our American Bungalow Collection, the American Bungalow Horizontal Dresser embraces the tenets of the early twentieth century Arts and Crafts movement. Made of durable, workable North American cherry or walnut, the dresser employs the collection’s sturdy, reverse-tapered square legs, which frame the drawer housing and support the case with remarkable strength and stability.

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Product Information

SKU AC-HD [n/a]

32″H x 68″W x 23″L


Cherry, Walnut


David Moser/Tom Moser

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The American Bungalow Horizontal Dresser will complement the aesthetic of most any bedroom environment, with a presence that’s at once powerful and purposeful. The dresser is framed at either end by its legs, which rise in squared, reverse-tapers that integrate with the case and tabletop through the use of durable mortise-and-tenon joinery.

The dresser’s six drawers fit beautifully and recede to the plain of its flush with the face to nest snug within the case. Resting on our time-tested hardwood slides, the drawers move in and out with ease, working through variations in temperature and humidity for a lifetime of use. Simple handles are situated at the center of each drawer face for easy access to stored apparel.

Typical of other pieces in its namesake collection, like the American Bungalow Night Stand, we have placed structural spreaders that suggest Asian antecedents, contrasting both straight and curved lines.

Resting atop the structure, the dresser’s top is crafted of matched planks of North American hardwood, finished to ensure durability, and to celebrate the wood’s dense grain structure.

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