• Dresser No. 1

    This dresser is made from all solid claro walnut. The case is solid walnut mitered on all four corners to give a seamless and smooth look. The front features a 30-degree bevel leading into the inset drawers. The bevel, albeit subtle, highlights the drawer fronts themselves. The slight offset in size is another subtle, yet interesting, design consideration. The pulls are made locally of genuine leather with a solid brass rod stitched in. The drawer boxes themselves are solid walnut and finger-jointed for an interesting look even when the drawers are open. The hardware is under-mounted soft-close hardware.

    The idea behind the design was to have a fascinating piece made from the finest materials I could source. The hope was that mixing the absolute best materials with a simple yet architecturally interesting design would produce a piece that both commands the room and allows it to fit with existing furniture.

    Dresser No. 1

    $6,500.00
  • Dresser No. 4 Tallboy

    This is an upright iteration of our original Dresser No. 4.

    This detail-heavy dresser features solid wood (walnut, maple, oak, cherry – whatever you choose). The finger jointed drawers echo the finger jointed frame around the base for a cohesive design that never gets old to look at.

  • Dresser No. 6

    Another unique midcentury dresser design, this one featuring solid brass accents contrasting the highly figured walnut.

    Dresser No. 6

    $5,000.00
  • Midcentury Modern Dresser

    This dresser is made from all solid wood, including the drawers and built using several forms of exposed joinery and hand shaping. I would put this piece closer to a form of art than pure function. The exposed dovetail case, exposed through-tenons on the top, the exposed box joints on the drawers, and the extensive shaping of the legs makes this a subtle but fascinating piece. Our only goal at Beauty and Bread Woodshop is to design useful pieces of furniture that are undeniably interesting. I believe we have achieved what we set out to do with this piece.

    The shape of the legs mirror those seen in a few of our most popular designs: Bed No. 5 and Side Table No. 2, as well as Bed No. 3 and 3.5

  • Midcentury Modern Tallboy

    The Midcentury Modern Tallboy is a spin off of our first iteration, simply called the Midcentury Modern Dresser. They are both made from all solid wood, including the drawers, and built using several forms of exposed joinery and hand shaping. I would put this piece closer to a form of art than pure function. The exposed dovetail case, exposed through-tenons on the top, the exposed box joints on the drawers, and the extensive shaping of the legs make this a subtle but fascinating piece. One of our main goals at Beauty and Bread Woodshop is to design useful pieces of furniture that are undeniably interesting. I believe we have achieved what we set out to do with this piece.

    The shape of the legs mirror those seen in a few of our most popular designs: Bed No. 5 and Side Table No. 2, as well as Bed No. 3 and 3.5

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