We produce all the Nightstands that we offer at our workshop located in the former Brooklyn Navy Yard. Our materials; often cherry, walnut, maple or oak, are sourced locally.
At Scott Jordan Furniture Inc., we have been making platform beds in our Brooklyn workshop for over 30 years. All of our platform bed frames are made from solid hardwood sustainably harvested from local forests. Our preferred wood species are American Black Cherry (prunus serontina), black walnut (juglans nigra), sugar maple (acer saccharum), or red oak.
We are convinced that the best construction method for platform beds is to bolt the side and end rails to the posts. Crafted in this manner, the platform bed frame can last for the life of the wood; a hundred years or more.
We manufacture our platform beds in all standard sizes; Twin, Full, Queen, King and California King. Please visit our loft located at the Brooklyn Navy Yard – Building 280 – 6th floor (closest entrance is at Flushing Ave & Cumberland Streets) or call us at 212 620 4682.
Our production process is a blend of traditional wood working integrated with computer aided design and manufacturing techniques. This process, enabled by the nature of computer controlled manufacturing, returns a bit of the cabinetmaking methods of two hundred years ago. We achieve efficiencies making one piece at a time.
We are happy to make modifications to our designs where practical to suit a particular need. Indeed much of our work is customized variations on our standard repertoire. We invite your visit to our loft to see examples of our work in person and discuss your particular needs.
We produce a significant portion of the wood furniture that we offer at our workshop located in the former Brooklyn Navy Yard. Our production focuses on producing solid wood residential furniture. Our materials; often cherry, walnut, maple or oak, are sourced locally.
We employ traditional, time tested, construction techniques; mortise and tenon joints, dovetailed drawers; all hallmarks of fine craftsmanship that we have strived to achieve for 35 years.
Our finishing process employs plant oils, waxes and resins; the entire process deemed safe both for our employees as well as our clients. It is important to us, the makers, who labor every day in the shop, that our work contain no toxic substances and that none be employed in our process.Call us Mail us