LuxWood Quality Hardwood Chests
Reminiscent of the old world...
The hope chest is a long-standing tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation. Dating as far back as the 15th century, cedar chests were used to collect items such as clothing, towels, bed linens, household linens, quilts, and occasionally dish wares, by young women in anticipation of married life. The hope chest legacy provides a link to the past, present, and furniture - all within its depths.
LuxWood Home Accents celebrates the value of the hope chest and is honored to bring you many different styles of chests in a variety of woods and finishes. Take a moment to explore our catalog - we believe you will find one that you will come to treasure for the years to come!
This finish is painted with a Harvest stain undercoat. The edges get a rubthrough finish and the chest is finished off with a flat sheen finish.
OLD WORLD DISTRESSING
Distressing techniques are randomly applied to the face of your furniture throughout the design to simulate the look of age and wear. It may include rounded and worn corners and edges, rasping, dips, simulated cracks, worm holes, chain distressing, and shading. Glaze will be applied to furniture highlight the distressed areas. Comes with a flat sheen to complete the look.
STANDARD CHEST FEATURES
Chests are standard with a cedar bottom.
OAK & CHERRY HINGES
Oak and cherry chests are standard with spring-loaded support.
Solid cedar chests come with a hinge that allows it to open at 90° wile providing support.
OPTIONAL CHEST FEATURES
Cedar protects your woolen, fur, or linen treasures from damage by moths.
Casters provide easy maneuverability to select places in your room. (Contact us for availability on specific chests)
CEDAR SLIDING TRAY
A cedar sliding tray, 3" deep by half the length of the chest is available for all chests. Rails allow the tray to slide from side to side or be removable
This historical detail adds value and beauty to your chest.
RED OAK STAINS:
QUARTER SAWN WHITE OAK STAINS: