The Koehler nightstand is a simple but really fun design. The drawer was intentionally created to not need any hardware so the piece could have a clean feel to them. The drawer front has a finger pull built into the top channel. The drawers are outfitted with a lovely soft close slide that is concealed from sight and is always a pleasure to open and close. Underneath the drawer is a nice space for books and decor.
The nightstands are built out of solid maple wood. After construction, it and was primed and painted with a multitude of coats of paint and top coats to give it a beautifully smooth and durable finish. The joinery attaching the box is all floating mortise and tenon joinery which will ensure that the desk outlives anyone reading this website in my lifetime.
We had a lot of fun building these nightstands along with the and the matching Koehler desk but were incredibly busy and didn't end up having an opportunity to take any in progress photos of these pieces. If we build another of these we will be sure to take some photos and share how this piece comes together.
Delivering the Koehler nightstands to this bedroom hardly even felt like work...the view of the Pacific ocean and San Diego skyline was something to behold.
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