Three pieces of furniture, a bed, dresser, and nightstand. The customer was looking for something traditional with carving and some kind of burl veneer. The design is named for England’s Queen Victoria, who reigned from 1837 to 1901. This was a style applied to English and American furniture of that time. This style of furniture elaborates on Rococo and Louis XV style, with exaggerated curves and size, lush upholstery, and carvings. This 18th Century traditional design gives this bedroom set an exquisite look, which complement both elegance and grace. Dennis Zongker then engineered the pieces on AutoCAD, except for the carvings, which he drew free hand. He did all the carving by hand. The bedroom set is made out of solid cherry and cherry veneer core plywood, Maple Burl Veneer. Designed by: Dan Zongker
Fabrication and Carvings by: Dennis Zongker