These are a set of 6 salon stations for a new salon opening in Charlotte, NC. They are constructed with oak plywood for the main carcass, with a solid quarter sawn white oak top and drawer faces.
The top and the drawer faces were all cut from the same glue up of oak - this way the grain pattern ran in the same direction - a little twist on the traditional horizontal grain pattern typical on most drawers.
These were made to the client's specification and designed by me. The style ended up looking like a hybrid of mid-century modern and modern rustic.
The drawer boxes are birch plywood painted grey and mounted using ball bearing full extension accuride slides.