This welsh dresser has been crafted using specially selected oak wood, which has been chosen due to its unique features, such as wild grains and growth cracks. The special highlight of this piece of furniture is represented by its straight edges. The wild oak, however, is not a special subgenus of oak, but rather a grading of the oak wood as described above. Wild oak is just as robust and durable as normal oak and is therefore ideal for the production of furniture. The dresser was produced through traditional craftsmanship in a family joinery. In order to preserve the natural grain and liveliness of the individually selected wood, the surface was also oiled by hand. This protects the wood from external damage. To ensure that the wood remains protected, it is recommended that the oiled wooden surface be treated regularly with wood care oil. This two-door dresser features one glass door. The hinged doors and the three drawers have soft close functionality, which means that both the wooden and the glass doors have an integrated shock absorber within the hinges which prevents the doors from slamming, letting them close quietly and smoothly instead. The drawers run on high-quality, ball-bearing metal rails. This also prevents the drawers from slamming when shut. Behind the glass frame door there are two glass shelves and a lower wooden shelf, as well as two shelves and a wooden shelf behind the wooden door. Further space can be found in the three drawers.