Wall units are very popular furnishing elements, especially with todays wide range of entertainment technologies. Despite the fact that Im not the biggest fun of traditional furniture, I'd like to share this one with you. Upon request from Toronto interior designer Marcia Boule to create a very traditional looking entertainment wall unit inspired by 17th century Ethan Allen
and its early-American furniture style, I took this challenging task very seriously. For this particulate configuration I used Indian Rosewood, for its strong and unpredictable grain structure and excellent polish taking ability. Wall unit has tall, open shelving on bought sides, that can be also closed with doors and used as a bookshelf plus curved, front drawer faces that are coping bent middle part of the whole unit. The whole structural integrity of this unit lies in its legs and solid wood posts on each corner, witch was a very typical construction type for this style of furniture at that time. I have to say, even though Im not a traditional furniture dude I like this one.