Mimo 10-Drawer DresserBy Copeland Furniture
Take a trip to the warm sandy shores of Miami Beach with our Mimo 10-Drawer Dresser. This large-scale dresser is a great storage piece for your modern bedroom with its abundant drawers. Constructed by skilled craftsmen at Copeland Furniture, Mimo features solid white finished hardwood maple with American black walnut accents. Easily customized with your choice of metallic bronze or nickel legs and matching knobs.
This piece is sure to complement any style of modern and contemporary decor in your home while providing a great place for storage. Our MiMo Storage Furniture is handmade in Vermont using sustainably harvested woods.
Base Price represents dresser in natural walnut
Shown In natural walnut and maple with bronze legs
Matching furniture is available online in our Copeland Mimo Furniture Collection
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66 1/10"W x 18"L x 52 2/5"H
- Copeland's drawer fronts are solid wood, 3/4" thick
- Drawer sides and backs are also solid wood - cherry, maple or ash - and are a full 5/8" thick
- Drawer bottoms are 1/4" high-grade plywood panels (5 Layer baltic birch)
You'll notice that our drawers are joined with an asymmetrical English dovetail joint. Asymmetrical refers to the fact that the pins (seen on the drawer front) and tails (seen on the drawer side) are of different widths. This is the gold standard in traditional joinery and is both aesthetically and structurally superior to other common techniques.
The drawer front integrates directly with the drawer side. Often you will find furniture where the drawer front is simply screwed on to a pre-existing drawer box. This is usually because the manufacturer has opted to purchase pre-manufactured drawer boxes rather than going to the trouble of designing, engineering and building the components to match their individual designs. Sadly, many manufacturers who market themselves as Made in the USA engage in this practice, effectively outsourcing components that make up nearly half of the product.
Some manufacturers cut corners, leaving drawer boxes unfinished. Not only is this unsightly, it is potentially hazardous to your clothing. Delicate garments can be snagged or even torn on rough unsanded surfaces and this becomes more pronounced with age as the unprotected wood is exposed to changing humidity. Copeland's drawer boxes are fully finished and sanded on the interiors.
Solid Wood Case Sides
Forty-five Degree Miter construction refers to the angle in which solid wood tops and sides are joined to create a perfectly seamless perimeter. Stylistically, these cases are highly refined and visually Modern. The technique to produce this style of case requires extreme precision and is only attainable through exacting detail. The leading edge of the cases is beveled to present a thin delicate, line that belies their considerable heft.
The Catalina collection uses an Under Mounted Soft Close Glide on all bedroom, dining room and media case pieces. These full extension glides provide a gentle bump as the drawer is fully extended and a soft automatic retraction as the drawer closes. Since they are under mounted there is no visible hardware.
Forty-five Degree Miter
Under-mounted drawer glide
At Vermont Woods Studios, each piece of fine furniture is carefully handcrafted and made to order right here in Vermont. The current time for crafting is approximately 10-12 weeks.
Once complete, your furniture is blanket-wrapped and shipped by our white glove delivery partners. The transit time from our craftsmen to you depends on accessibility to your area. Please select your delivery location in the drop down below to get an indication of what the transit time for your order would likely be:
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All crafting and transit times quoted are approximate only and are not guaranteed.
If you live in a location that is outside of our regularly serviced area, please add one to two weeks to your transit time.