Combining the clean, unadorned lines of the International Modernists with organic and geometric forms, the Catalina Collection is suggestive of the works of America’s Mid-Century Modern designers. The years following WWll were a time of uncertainty but also of great hope and progress. Designs of the period reflected that sense of hope and the promise of an ideal future. In our current period, one finds comfort and nostalgia in Catalina’s retro-modern shapes and sensibilities.
The Catalina bed is low and sleek, designed for a mattress only, and is available in two heights. The Catalina Bedroom is crafted in solid cherry hardwood with natural finish. Bed headboard panel is laminated with cherry veneer. The Catalina Bedroom is also crafted in solid American black walnut hardwood with natural finish.
Perfect dovetail cuts, edge shapes, hole drills and other intricate processes are executed with computer numerically controlled (CNC) machining centers. Copeland craftspeople combine this state-of-the-art technology with traditional woodworking techniques to turn out the highest quality joinery, case construction, and finishing. Your Copeland furniture will be enjoyed for generations.
Asymmetrical English dovetails – the traditional gold standard in joinery – are used in drawer construction.
Drawer bottoms are “jet welded” firmly in place adding to overall rigidity while minimizing vibration and rattling. Drawer box interiors are sanded smooth and fully finished. Glides are adjustable to keep proper alignment and guarantee proper function in any climate. Pivot stops prevent drawers from being pulled out of the case
Self-locking dovetail joints are used from cross rails, keeping them from separating from side panels and adding to strength.
Solid hardwood interior corner blocks stabilize bed, case, table and chair legs.
Bed side rails are joined to the headboard and footboard with a rigid inserted bolt.
Case backs are made of selected veneer panels are
Copeland Furniture continues to manufacture 100% in the United States. The challenges of domestic manufacturing require that we embrace state-of-the-art manufacturing whenever possible. This has helped us remain competitive and results in a superior product.