Dresser: 65″W x 22″D x 43″H
Mirror: 51″W x 2 1/2″D x 32″H
– Plank Top with Breadboard Ends*
– Decorative Tenons
– Curved Posts
– Reverse Panels
– Dovetailed Drawers
– Full Extension Drawer Slides
Wood is a natural product and most hardwoods have open grain, which allows the boards to expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity. Even solid furniture with protective finishes can experience movement from time to time. This can be especially noticeable in plank-top tables with breadboard ends.
Breadboard ends do not expand/contract in the same direction of the main planks due to the grains running in opposite directions. This could create an offset between the planks and the ends. This is not something to be alarmed over, as you may see the table go through the expanding/contracting cycle as the seasons change. This is not a defect in the material or an issue with the workmanship; it is the result of the natural movement of the wood. We recommend keeping your humidity between 35-40% to minimize these effects.
With this in mind, breadboard-end tables cannot be returned due to expanding/contracting.