Atlantic Furniture Windsor 6-Drawer Double Dresser
The Windsor 6 Drawer Double Dresser is well-suited as a storage solution for a traditional or contemporary bedroom. A profiled frame top and gently arched apron base combine with two drawer panel fronts of the top drawers to give the Windsor a nice measure of visual distinction. A selection of finishes and the quality performance afforded by metal slide glide drawer runners complete the Windsor's solid appeal.
- Made of Environmentally Friendly Solid Rubberwood
- Unique Five-Step Finishing Process
- Available in Natural Maple, Antique Walnut, Light Cherry, Caramel Latte and White Finishes
- 6-Drawers With Smooth Metal Drawer Glides
- Rear Box Joint On All Drawers
- Round Wooden Knobs For Casual Style
- French Dove Tail Joinery On Drawer Fronts
- Mirror Sold Separate
- Shipped Fully Assembled
- Overall Dimensions: 31.25" H x 54" W x 17.75" D
- Drawer Dimensions: 4.75" H x 23" W x 13.75" D
- Weight: 109 lb
About Atlantic Furniture
Founded in 1983 as Watercraft, Inc., Atlantic Furniture started as a manufacturer of pine waterbed frames. Since then, the Springfield, Mass.-based company has expanded to Fontana, Calif. The company has moved away from the use of pine and now specializes in imported furniture made of the wood of rubber trees.
The Benefits of Eco-Friendly Rubberwood
Prized as an environmentally friendly wood, rubberwood makes use of trees that have been cut down at the end of their latex-producing life cycle. The trees are removed by hand and replaced with new seedlings. In the past, felled rubber trees were either burned on the spot or used as fuel for locomotive engines, brick firing, or latex curing. Now the wood is used in the manufacture of high-end furniture. It is valued for its dense grain, stability, attractive color, and acceptance of different finishes.
Atlantic's Unique Five-Step Finishing Process
Each product in the entire line is finished with a high-build, five-step finishing process. After a thorough sanding, a wipe-on sealer is applied, followed by a tinted sealer to even the grain and color of the wood. Additional sanding prepares the surface for the first base color coat, more sanding, and a second base color coat. After a final sanding, the finish coat is applied. This process produces a beautiful and durable finish that will last for years.