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The Modern Master: Allan Breed

The Modern Master: Allan Breed

The Modern Master: Allan Breed Growing up in New Hampshire, Allan Breed began buying, repairing, and reselling antique furniture in his early teens, and before he was 20, he was serving an apprenticeship in conservation at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In the...
Display Cabinet on a Stand

Display Cabinet on a Stand

Display Cabinet on a Stand Joinery takes center stage in this cabinet-on-stand. The base and case are made with contrasting woods, but the straight grain of the riftsawn stock unifies the two. An apron and rail on each side of the case make for a strong, light-looking...
Uncommon Arts & Crafts

Uncommon Arts & Crafts

Uncommon Arts & Crafts There is a wealth of amazing Arts and Crafts design to be found outside the mainstream—away from the well-known and much-heralded pieces by the likes of the Greene brothers, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. During the...
A Short History of Built-in Furniture

A Short History of Built-in Furniture

A Short History of Built-in Furniture Although strictly an oxymoron, since by definition “furniture” in the woodworking sense is generally understood to refer to movable pieces, the term built-in furniture may be taken to mean fixed architectural elements that provide...

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