In the language of Hardwood Artisans, the term "classic" refers to a construction style we use to make one type of cabinet. It is the fanciest look we do. The overhanging top has an cove edge treatment; the pedestal is put together with through dovetails. In our dressers, the cabinet sides are made of a frame and raised panel. You can see some examples of this in our dresser section. We make a line of bookcases that is similar, but without the raised panel sides. We refer to these as "near classic", and that's what you will see on the price list. (It is unavoidable in thirty years of doing business that we would have developed some peculiar internal jargon.)
But whatever you call them, these bookcases are at least classy. And as with our other bookcase styles, we will build these Classic Bookcases to fit your space. These bookcases would look great on either side of a doorway, as an entry table, or in a kitchen nook as a place to keep your cookbooks. If you need a long run of these, they can be built to "gang" together to get a nice long library wall.
Cove edge treatments.
One inch thick solid top.
Classic pedestal matches other Classic collection items.
Custom sizes are available; contact us for more details.