Our experience in building fine antique reproductions began out of an appreciation for the Chippendale style of furniture. Knowing our lowboy dresser’s place in history will only make you appreciate it more. Both the lowboy and tallboy were favored throughout homes of 18th century England and America. Thomas Chippendale, the celebrated cabinetmaker after which this lowboy is named, reflected the popular tastes of the time period ranging from 1750 to 1780, such as Neoclassical motifs, exquisite carvings, and intricate designs. Our Chippendale lowboy pays homage to the dressers that preceded it with hand-carved acanthus leaves, brass escutcheons, cabriole legs, and claw-and-ball feet.
Each antique lowboy is carved, sanded, and finished with incredible attention to detail. We build each decorative dresser with Honduran mahogany, because it is less brittle than pine yet more flexible than oak. This kind of mahogany is also resistant to moderate rot and has superior dimensional stability. To help the unique, swirling grain pattern of this beautiful wood glow, we complete every lowboy dresser with a satin semi-gloss finish. Best of all, our Chippendale lowboy is completely customizable. Submit your project proposal online or contact us directly today to get started.
Add a distinctive touch to our ornamental antique lowboy today:
- Request a custom finish, paint color, or stain to complement your décor
- Fine-tune the dimensions to better suit a particular space in your bedroom
- Modify our design to create a one-of-a-kind solution that speaks to your taste
Complete the look of any room by pairing our luxurious lowboy with one of our equally beautiful Chippendale chairs and a matching vanity mirror. If you have any questions about this replica or would like to learn more about customization, please contact us today to speak with a specialist for additional information.