American Bungalow Night Stand

$2,170.00$2,510.00

As a member of our American Bungalow Collection, the American Bungalow Night Stand with Drawer finds inspiration from the Arts and Crafts aesthetic popularized during the early 20th century often seen in the cozy, livable architecture of that period. Made of durable, workable North American hardwood, the night stand employs the collection’s sturdy, reverse-tapered square legs, which frame the drawer housing, and support the table with remarkable strength and stability.

Made to Order

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Cherry
Walnut
 
Clear

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Product Information

SKU AC-NS
Dimensions

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Wood

Cherry, Walnut

Drawers

With Drawer

Designer

David Moser/Tom Moser

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Description

The American Bungalow Night Stand will complement the aesthetic of most any bedroom environment, with a presence that suggests its purpose. Ideal for a lamp, a book, and a host of small necessities, the night stand is assembled with a series of meticulous tongue-in-groove joints that provide uncompromising durability.

The drawer fits nealry flush with the night stand’s face to nest snug within the case. Resting on our time-tested hardwood slides, the drawer moves in and out with ease, working seamlessly through variations in temperature and humidity for a lifetime of use. A simple handle is situated at the center of the drawer face for easy access.

Typical of other pieces in its namesake collection, the American Bungalow Night Stand also features signature design flourishes. The table rests atop the case on four lengths of joined wood, with ends that extend past the lower structure for aesthetic appeal. At either side of the night stand, we have placed structural spreaders that suggest Asian antecedents, contrasting both straight and curved lines.