Apothecary #2

Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary with worm holes and nail removing holes.
Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary with worm holes, original saw tooth marks and cathedral grain
Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary with worm holes, original saw tooth marks and cathedral grain
Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary with worm holes, original saw tooth marks and cathedral grain
Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary drawer fronts with sequenced drawers and original saw tooth marks
Oak Reclaimed Barn wood Apothecary

Just like apothecary #1, the sides of this piece are the two faces of a single board that was re-sawn. There is a secret drawer behind the top molding.

Oak cabinet molding with original saw tooth marks
Hidden Drawer in the Molding
drawer disguised as Oak cabinet molding with original saw tooth marks

This is absolutely my favorite part in this piece. This hidden drawer is so perfectly made, that you would never intuitively pull on the molding to try and reveal a hidden drawer.

Additionally, the top 3 drawer fronts are the cutoffs from the pirate treasure chest!

With Love, Erika Nora

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