All Chadhaus pieces are made to order in our workshop in Ballard, Seattle.
The Töölo 6-Drawer Dresser features continuous wood grain running horizontally along each pair of full-overlay drawer fronts. Like all of our dressers, the case is constructed out of solid wood, and the drawer boxes feature soft-closing / self-closing drawer hardware, making each opening and closing of the drawers fluid and easy. Pair this dresser with our Töölo Bed and Töölo Side Tables for a matching bedroom set.
Pictured in the 66" length in walnut with a charcoal steel base. The Töölo Dresser is available in 5 wood finishes (walnut, oak, maple, oak whitewash and poplar whitewash). Please note, dresser drawer boxes (visible only when the drawers are open) come in walnut, maple or clear oak finishes. The default option for walnut, maple and oak dressers is to have matching drawer boxes (walnut, maple and oak respectively) unless requested otherwise. Dressers in our poplar whitewash and oak whitewash finishes will have a pleasantly contrasting wood when the drawers are open. If you have a preference on the wood finish for your whitewashed dresser, please indicate walnut, oak or maple at the time of order or reach out to us directly.
Because we hand-build all of our furniture, each piece has the mark of a hand-made object and unique characteristics inherent to the natural beauty and variation of real materials.
How did we curate this product?
While there’s no universal standard for sustainable manufacturing, Living Deep is committed to supporting brands, makers and manufacturers that are on a ‘deep green’ path, making progress towards positive environmental and social benefit. As we consider how this product impacts our health and the health of all species, you can learn more about how we evaluate products, or keep reading below for our curation of this specific product...
Where does the product come from?
What is it made of?
Chadhaus furniture features sustainably sourced Pacific Northwest hardwoods and mild steel (primarily recycled steel produced in Seattle). The Big Leaf Maple, White Oak and Black walnut we work with have unique characteristics inherent to how these species of trees react with elements present in the soil in the region. Poplar is a fast-growing species also grown in the Northwest that represents a renewable forestry product, which happens to be beautiful with whitewash. All pieces made for Living Deep feature low VOC, nontoxic finishes. Please contact Chadhaus for questions on finishes and how to care for your product.
Where does it go at the end of its life?
Chadhaus pieces are meant to last and be passed down to the next generation. In some cases people move and their furniture needs change. Pieces that no longer fit into a customer’s life are typically able to find a new home. At the very minimum, Chadhaus pieces are recyclable.
Co-founded in 2006 by Emily and Chad Robertson, Chadhaus is an American furniture and design studio rooted in the belief that objects can be locally sourced, handcrafted, and made to last. Located in the Ballard Brewery District in Seattle, Chadhaus operates out of a small workshop and studio. The team at Chadhaus includes an excellent crew of skilled craftspeople, and we currently have a shop dog as well! Scroll through the images at left for portraits and a little about each member.
From concept to creation, our small-scale operation is the birthplace of thoughtfully designed furniture pieces. We bring a love of good design, fine craft and carefully executed details to each project. At Chadhaus we design and make every object under one roof, allowing us to give each piece of furniture our full attention at each step of the process.
When we design a piece of furniture, we consider how to best create a functional object that showcases the raw beauty of wood and steel. We believe that clean lines and simple forms allow the materials we work with to bring each piece to life with grain, tone, and color.
Chadhaus pieces feature sustainably harvested Pacific Northwest woods and recycled steel manufactured in Seattle. Hand-selecting materials is one of our favorite parts of the process, and we take care to compose each piece of furniture as a three dimensional art object.