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Shaker Style furniture and hope chests have been crafted in America for the last 200 years. This furniture style is the end result of the strict Shaker religion viewpoint that that all things were to be created for maximum utilitarian efficiency. Added embellishments were thought to be entirely unnecessary and a wrongful expenditure. This is why the Shaker Style form has simple lines and no decorative elements such as inlay work, added raised wood designs or engraved designs that were common among other Early American hope chest styles. Only on a few furniture pieces is there a little bit of beaded work design. The same reasoning went into why the legs were always straight and without any curves. In addition, Shaker furniture is usually stained rather than painted in holding with this viewpoint.
Similar to organizing your garage, sometimes finding ways to store all of the items in your kitchen can be a difficult task as well. Organizing your cabinets, drawers, and refrigerator are crucial steps to getting your kitchen in order. Refrigerators and cabinets hold a certain amount of space that can be wasted if not utilized properly. There are organizational products you can invest in that will enable you to properly use all of the space you are given. While removing the clutter of your kitchen can at times be a challenge, with the appropriate items you will be able to maximize every nook and cranny in your kitchen, making future cleaning and organizing much more manageable.
The groups of people known as the fancy people would have been the ones that made blanket chests with inlay designs. The plain people rarely added embellishments of any type to hope chests, their homes or their clothing which is why they were referred to as the plain people. The fancy people not only added inlay to their wooden blanket chests, they also liked fully painted designs which had specific meanings for individual families.
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