Case goods represent pieces of furniture such as chests, dressers, beds, and tables. Fine Furniture Design™ pays strict attention to detail when constructing both the inside and the outside of our furniture.
Structural integrity is of the utmost importance on all of our furniture. Frames are square. Corners are joined and aligned. Care is given to contruction techniques that insure that the products do not wobble or rack. Parts are joined with screws, corner blocks, dowels and glue to assist in properly shaped joints. Beds are assembled with bolts, supports and metal brackets for sound contruction.
Doors and Drawers
Drawers function smoothly on both wooden drawer guides and metal ball bearing slides(where necessary due to use requirements). Doors are in alignment across the top and bottom. English dovetails in the front and back of most drawers are found in the furniture. Insides of drawers and shelves are smooth to the touch.
The back panel on our chest, dresser or entertainment centers are stained and top coated.It is attached to the piece with screws, adding stability to the furniture and preventing racking.
We reinforce the structure of a chest or dresser by inserting wood between the drawers. These pieces of wood, known as dust proofing, keep the contents of your drawers clean and add to the structural integrity of the piece.
Look at the detail of the carving on the furniture found at Fine Furniture Design™ . You will find that it is clean and crisp in detail. Many of our collections have items that require hours of hand craftmanship, adding to the beauty and detail of the piece.