Collection on display at Ormes East
Phase uses many of the architectural inspirations found in homes created from 1946 until 1966. It reflects bold architectural lines with overhang casting shadows with a strong sense of structure. The horizontal lines found in the bed design and case pieces echo these traits. The use of walnut as a wood species also is indicative of this “mid-century” period. Hardware is a very simple, clean drawer pull, reflecting the distinctive styling.
Available in many finishes.
67 Width x 19 Depth x 32 Height
OTHER PRODUCTS IN THIS COLLECTION
Making it better
Mortise and Tenon Joints
A centuries old method of joining two pieces of wood, the mortise and tenon construction technique ensures structural stability.
Catalyzed Laquer Finish
This high quality finish enhances the natural wood grain, creating a deep long lasting glow and provides a uniform smooth texture that is exceptionally durable and resistant to various spills and chemicals.
A Flush wood back panel is framed by the top, sides, and bottom of the cabinet to provide added structural strength and elimate racking.
Each drawer features 1/2″ solid hardwood sides and features a fully finished interior to protect your most delicate items. All drawers come as standard with accuride ball bearing drawer slides tested to 50,000 cycles.
Real English Dovetails
An English dovetail join connects the drawer front and back to the sides. It remains tight and snug after thousands of pulls.
Floating Panel Construction
Raised panels on doors, sides, and beds “float” within the frame grooves. This allows for natural expansion and contractions of the wood and prevents cracks and splits.