Fireside Lodge Cedar Underbed Dresser

Fireside Lodge Cedar Underbed Dresser

Code: FS-12300

$919.00 MSRP: $1,409-$1,589

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Current lead time: 12-14 weeks for production.

Three Drawer Underbed Dresser in Natural Cedar or Vintage Cedar stain. Traditional bed shown is available and priced separately. Handcrafted from responsibly-sourced Northern White Cedar. Logs are hand-peeled to accentuate the wood's natural character and beauty. Features soft-close, full-extension ball bearing glides rated to 100 pounds. High-quality, dovetailed drawers. Recommended for purchase with Fireside Lodge beds only. All three drawers face only one side of the bed (two underbed dressers are required on Doubles, Queens, and Kings in order to occupy both sides of bed). Full line of matching beds and nightstands available. Clear-coat catalyzed lacquer finish for lasting durability. Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects. Individually handcrafted. Made in the USA.

All of Fireside Lodge Cedar Log Furniture is crafted using northern white cedar. They harvest our cedar locally from its Minnesota location. They operate our own cedar saw mill that produces the lumber for their furniture! Northern white cedar is extremely light and quite soft, but boasts excellent decay resistance and strength despite these characteristics. Seeing as they have more than 25 years' experience building it, they have it down to a science - as such, no one can boast a more solidly-built, beautiful natural log furniture.

About Checking: Checking is completely natural and should be expected in most solid wood and log furniture and will not affect the structural integrity of the furniture. Due to the innate characteristics of wood, as it seasons and dries over time, it shrinks and swells at different rates. Because the stress is unequal across the wood fibers, it splits and creates those cracks, or "checks." Some might see a crack and question the structural integrity of the wood; however, it is actually becoming stronger as its density increases through the seasoning process (less moisture = denser). In log furniture, the checks will not surpass the center of the log and will, at times, have a secondary check. With solid woods like our barnwood, the checks should be hairline-sized in width and only a few inches long.