This was actually the third piece to complete a bedroom set. Both top and the legs are live edge with the intent of the legs being a tree form suspending the single drawer. The top is part of the same slab used for the dresser as this was a rather large piece of cherry. It consequently matches the dresser completely. The front and sides are made of spalted ash. This happened out of a stroke of luck as spalted Ash is rather uncommon, and there were only a few boards that where suitable. It became quite the chore to make certain that using only two boards we could complete both tables. As you can see, we use ball bearing slides for the drawer. The overall dimensions for this piece are 22 ½" W X 13" D X 26 H but of course we can be quite flexible. If you're looking to match the dresser, please let us know so we can source the wood accordingly.
Also note the way we attach the bottoms to the drawers. A notch is cut around the edges and the bottom itself is Baltic birch plywood attached with screws. This is a very stable arrangement and if there's any difficulties the bottom can be quickly and easily replaced.