I decided to build the chaparral night stand in an effort to incorporate two of my favorite furniture designs, Greene and Greene and Stickley. I chose to use ammonia fumed quarter sawn white oak traditionally used by Gustav Stickley paired with the Asian influenced design of the Greene brothers. The construction consists of integral mortise and tenon joinery, bread board ends and raised frame and panel design. The sides back and bottom of the hand cut dovetailed drawer box and cabinet bottom are solid American black walnut. All of the accents and hardware are done in curly walnut. Careful attention was paid to the grain orientation in an effort to produce the highest quality in construction and craftsmanship possible. The particular version you see pictured below can be reproduced for $6275 or $11400 for a pair. I can also produce similar designs in any number of hardwoods and sizes upon request. If you would like a set of Chaparral night stands please call me to begin a commission.