Giolla Fhaolain drawer, 2017-10-10 09:14:38. The most contemporary collection is in a dark coffee cherry color, and has a high satin finish which makes it look lovely. The English drawers have kenlin glides, and are designed to make using the dresser easy. The tapered legs help to keep the design fresh, and the simplicity of the style makes it able to be used for many years to come without looking dated or old.
Amor Pistis drawer, 2017-10-09 19:21:44. The Pan Tree is a fantastic way to take care of the excessive space that is usually taken up by pots, pans, and lids. The pan tree can securely hold up to fourteen pieces of cookware while taking up only about half of the space that would be needed to store them normally. The Pan Tree also allows you to easily access any of the items being stored, without having to remove all of the pieces to search through all of the items.
Aggie Lala drawer, 2017-10-09 20:16:40. Many eighteenth-century Pennsylvania German furniture pieces, especially blanket chests, were decorated with sulfur inlay. This was done by first carving out a shallow decorative design into the wood chests using very sharp wood chisels. From there, molten sulfur was carefully poured into the incisions. This material, which was ivory-colored, was first mentioned in historical art literature in 1958.
Naiara Reinders drawer, 2017-10-10 07:27:27. 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.
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