Amish-built for life,

Custom-crafted for your lifestyle.


From time to time the builders who manufacturer the custom Amish furniture we sell discontinue older products in order to offer new designs.

We are no longer able to sell the product on this page, but below we have some recommendations for similar products you may like.

Kashima Six Drawer Dresser with Mirror


Trendy and sophisticated, the Kashima Six Drawer Dresser with Mirror will give your bedroom an edgy feel. So check out the driftwood stain and dark gray top. Plus the unique sled-like base.

Yet, this chest is solid to the core. Skilled Amish craftsmen custom-craft each Kashima Six Drawer Dresser with Mirror. And they use solid Midwestern hardwoods, like oak, hickory or maple. Plus, they built the top, bottom and both sides with 1-inch-thick hardwood. Also, they finished the back with 1/2-inch-thick hardwood. So the chest is very sturdy. In fact, you can expect it to last for generations to come.

The six drawers open full extension, giving you easy access to the entire drawer – even items at the very back. Also, dovetail joints in the drawers keep them strong. You could use the dresser as a stand-alone piece or to complement the Kashima bed, chest and nightstand. Available as shown or unfinished, the Kashima Six Drawer Dresser with Mirror is customizable.

For a quote, click on the “Custom Options” link, and make your selections regarding the hardware, wood specie/finish and mirror. Then, complete the “Request Your Quote” field, where you can tell us your other custom preferences. And if you’re relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana, visit our store to explore our wide assortment of quality, Amish-built, solid hardwood furniture for yourself.

  • Solid Wood Construction
  • Six Full-Extension Dovetail Drawers
  • Two-Tone Design
  • Bronze Hardware
  • Shown with Driftwood and Dark Gray Stain
  • Available Unfinished
  • Customizable
  • Dresser: 62 1/4 W x 20 3/8 D x 35 5/8 H
  • Mirror: 38 1/4 W x 42 H
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