The Mohawk sideboard was commissioned to double as a room divider. It is made entirely of solid walnut and curly ambrosia maple with hand-cut joinery. Exposed tenons join the cabinet’s floor to the ends and the vertical divider to the top; dovetails join the top to the ends.
In keeping with its minimalist aesthetic, the large piece (which measures approximately 72″ long x 22″ deep x 40″ high) stands on four shop-made legs. Critical support comes from a length of steel angle concealed by the skirt at the bottom.
The walnut and ambrosia maple for this piece came from Davison HQS in Spencer, Indiana.