This is a rustic reclaimed barnwood dresser with many cool details. There is an inlay in the top that appears as something different (a flower bud, a bird) to different people. If was formed by knots in 16" wide pine boards. This wood came mostly from a barn in Wyoming and was used as panelling in a house in Loveland, CO from the 1970s through the 2000s when I bought it.
The drawer face panels are hand-stamped rusted steel from an old barrel and the top is rimmed with small pine tree trunks that were burnt in a Colorado fire. They are very etched out by the burn and the sun from the 15 years they were standing after the fire.
The drawers are on ball bearing drwaer slides for greater functionality. There are also adjustable shelves behind both cabinet doors.
Dimensions: 62"W x 25"D x 34"T
Made in Boulder, CO
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