Made with the same impeccable craftsmanship the company is known for, the Pacific Rim Nightstand is the perfect compliment to the Pacific Rim bed frames and dressers. With clean and simple lines, these solid maple or cherry nightstands are beautiful and built to last. They are hand finished and are available in the Arts and Crafts or Classic style.
The Pacific Rim Nightstand Features
Designed to match all Pacific Rim
maple bed frames and dressers, these solid maple or solid cherry nightstands feature a single drawer at the top and open shelf below. Built using traditional methods these nightstands feature finger-jointed drawers, mortise and tenon joints, and come completely assembled.
Night stands are available in 2 variations Arts and Crafts (the left nightstand in the image above) or Classic (the right nightstand in the image above) both measure 24 inches tall, 17 inches deep, and 17 inches wide. The only difference in design between the Arts and Crafts and the Classic is the slight radius under the drawer in the Classic nightstand.
Pacific Rim furniture comes in solid natural maple or solid natural cherry.
About Pacific Rim Furniture
All of the Pacific Rim furniture is built in Eugene, Oregon. Each piece is made from solid maple or solid cherry and is hand finished with tung oil. For an additional fee, this bed frame can be finished with Tried and True Linseed Oil finish in place of the tung oil, please contact us
to order. Alternatively, furniture can ship unfinished on request. All joints are mortise and tenon. On Platform beds, the slats are made with solid fir held together with jute webbing. With Pacific Rim's beautiful maple and attention to detail, this furniture is stunning: the craftsmanship is flawless and the wood grain is lovely with its natural variation. Pacific Rim is committed to minimal environmental impact and is FSC certified. This means that the wood is harvested from Pacific Coast forests that are being managed with an eye to the future. They donate left-over wood to schools and community centers. Their sawdust is used for compost. We are very impressed with Pacific Rim's commitment to the environment.