Jackson Dresser from Dennison, Minnesota

$ 3,280

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The Jackson Dresser is a beautiful organic feeling mid-century dresser with five deep drawers to help keep your sanctuary clean and tidy and soft close slides. Constructed with a walnut veneer applied over solid birch plywood, The Jackson Dresser is stylishly designed with exposed beveled edges and sleek brushed steel legs.

All Eastvold furniture is designed and crafted in Minnesota using the highest quality hardwoods harvested utilizing sustainable, eco-friendly methods and the finest joinery techniques to create artistic, modern furniture that will last for generations.

  • Designed and individually crafted in Minnesota
  • Constructed from sustainable materials derived from locally harvested sources
  • 5 soft close drawers
  • Top bevel handle detail
  • Brushed steel legs
  • Available in walnut veneer over solid birch plywood
  • Finished with an Eastvold Furniture tag with your name and the completion date of your custom piece
  • Ships in 3 to 5 weeks

Built to match the Jackson Bed and Night Stand.

28”w x 19”d x 48"h
Includes Free Home Delivery & Set-up
Constructed of solid, domestically-sourced Birch Plywood with Walnut Hardwood Veneer

Design Details

Homespun in Minnesota

The Jackson Dresser is handcrafted by a small team of artisan furniture makers in Dennison, Minnesota - the team at Eastvold Furniture loves what they do, and it shows through in their beautiful furniture.

The Best of Both Worlds

Eastvold Furniture utilizes time tested techniques, such as reinforced miter joinery on right angle joints and dovetail drawer construction, combined with modern CNC equipment and low VOC finishes.

Eastvold Furniture in Dennison, Minnesota

Eastvold Furniture Dennison, Minnesota

Eastvold Furniture is a small workshop based in rural Minnesota that produces beautiful and lasting mid-century furniture one piece at a time. Matt Eastvold founded the company in 2010 based on his passions for design and working with wood and metal.

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