Recently spotted: Bedroom furniture by Alice Tacheny Design, a small workshop committed to using quality domestic hardwoods, natural finishes, and responsible manufacturing practices.
Originally from St. Paul, Minnesota, Tacheny learned her craft during a post-college apprenticeship at a wood shop in Chicago, where she focused on joinery technique and small-scale production. Today, her company is based in the Bay Area and her designs can be found at Erica Tanov in Larkspur, California, and Peace Industry in San Francisco, as well as online at 2Modern and YLiving. Note: Most pieces are made to order and require four to twelve weeks for delivery.
Photography by Jeffrey Cross for Alice Tacheny Design.
Above: The Tilde Five-Drawer Dresser has a seamless frame with custom drawer pulls in solid brass or blackened steel. The dresser is available in American walnut or rift white oak with an oil and wax finish; $10,500 from YLiving.
Above: The Hide Bed features a framed headboard with an angled top rail that cradles the back. It’s made in full, queen, and king sizes in American walnut or rift white oak with maple bed slats.
Above: The Hide Bed is available with or without a leather sling on the headrest in umber (shown) or white; $8,500 through YLiving. The bed is also sold at 2Modern starting at $6,300 depending on size and finish.
Above: As with Tacheny’s other pieces, the hide bed is made of American walnut (shown) or rift white oak.
Above: The Tilda Credenza in rift white oak (American walnut also available) with custom hardware, self-closing drawers, and adjustable shelves. The credenza is 68 inches long, 28 inches high, and 20 inches deep; $10,000 at YLiving.
Looking for more handmade furniture with a modern appeal? See our previous posts: Rest Easy: A New Line of Bedroom Furniture from Another Country and Phloem Studio: Homegrown Furniture from Portland, Oregon.