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Love the color of this wood. And Shaker-style furnishings have such a modern, contemporary look. What's old is new again ...

Did I mention craftsmanship? ... These were made by masters.
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  • Copeland Furniture Mansfield 3 Drawer Chest with Media Organizer
    allmodern.com
    The Mansfield Bedroom represents a striking combination of the familiar and the unconventional. Mitered frames support the cases producing complex facets that create visual interest and highlight the collection's solid Cherry construction. The geometry of the black bronze ring pulls reflects that of the overall collection and is a fresh take on a traditional form. Features: Care over the years to come will not require oil, polishes, or cleaners. Eco-friendly. Natural in solid wood and hand-applied finishes make each piece unique. Mansfield Collection. Made in the USA. Product Details: Frame Material: Wood. Style: Contemporary. Dimensions: Overall: 37.38" H x 33.5" W x 18" D.
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  • Thos. Moser New Gloucester Rocker, cherry
    thosmoser.com
    As seen on This Old House. New Gloucester was home to our first shop, not far from the last remaining Shaker Community at Sabbathday Lake. This homage to the spare, graceful design found there will bring a place of serenity to your home. Ideally spaced to envelope the back in comfort, the ash spindles are joined to the back crest and sculpted cherry seat with wedged tenons, fitted at precise angles to allow both adequate flex and deceptive strength.
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  • Adams Media Cabinet
    roomandboard.com
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    The Adams media storage collection brings the simple elegance of Shaker design into the modern home, with details like tapered legs and frame-and-panel doors. Each media cabinet is handcrafted from solid wood and signed by the West Virginia artisans who built it.
  • Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair
    thosmoser.com
    Annual Dining Sale From now until February 28, 2015, we're offering 15% off on Thos. Moser handmade dining furniture. To purchase, visit any of our showrooms , call 800.862.1973, or click to select an item at the right and then click the Add to Shopping Cart button. Sale pricing of 15% off will be reflected at final checkout after entering promotional code FEB15. Sale pricing applies to new orders only, and cannot be combined with other promotional offers or discounts. Sale price will be shown in shopping cart after entering promotional code FEB15 before final checkout. Sale ends February 28, 2015. Our signature piece, the Continuous Arm Chair, remains a unique, trademarked Moser design. To form the arms eleven knife-cut slices of the same board just one-tenth of an inch thick, called flitch, are laminated together. Then each continuous arm is painstakingly rasped, filed and sanded to a perfect smoothness. Learn more about this iconic design below... The Origin The continuous arm chair is a Windsor chair, a design that originated in England in the 1700s for use as garden furniture. Some people think the name Windsor came from the castle of the same name. One thing for certain, the original Windsor chairs were large, heavy (thus, hard to move around) but offered a good deal of comfort, which is the chief reason the style endured. In about 1750, Rhode Island cabinetmakers came up with the idea of making the arm and the back of the chair from a single piece of hickory or ash, two types of wood that lend themselves to being steam bent and curved. While undoubtedly beautiful and comfortable, the Continuous Arm Chair took tremendous skill and patience to make, because of the need to form a compound curve with right angle bends. In the early 1970s, Tom Moser set out to create a new generation of Continuous Arm Chair. It took him many years to perfect the design. He made the first prototypes for the back of the chair out of copper plumbing pipes, because they were easily bent and held their shape. Once he got the form just right, he created a wooden prototype and began experimenting with lamination and bending techniques. As Tom recalls, 'Originally I used wedges, then I used a cams and straps to create the right pressure to form the bend. It still wasn’t right, so I employed a stainless steel strap with a couple of arms that came off a logging truck and some ratchets. Finally, I graduated to using air pressure. The whole process took years, a little piece at a time.” By the late 1970s, the Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair was ready to make its debut. Judging from the reception the chair received from our customers, it was well worth the effort. How it’s Made The continuous arm in our signature chair is created using flitch-cut cherry. The process involves quartering and steaming sections of logs, then slicing them into tenth-inch thick strips. Because the strips are cut with a knife, not a saw, no saw dust is created and the strength of the board is preserved. Hence, when you glue the pieces back together, they are just as they grew in the tree. The beauty is that while it retains the appearance of a solid wood, the continuous arm is actually comprised of eleven different layers. It takes a tremendous amount of hand work to shape each continuous arm, because it’s shape is oval in at the top, becomes round, then U-shaped with a flat surface where it meets the arms. Each arm is trimmed, then filed by hand using a course file called a horse rasp, then a finer rasp, and finished with a hand sander. Even the holes are drilled by eye. The Continuous Arm Chair also includes other refinements, such as a highlight (raised section) that runs around the back of the chair, where the spindles join the seat. The spindles extend all the way through the seat and are wedged top and bottom, making them not only aesthetically pleasing, but easily repaired, should the need ever arise. The spindles are so finely tuned, you can pluck them the way you would with a string on a harp and they should resonate at the same frequency. One more well consider
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  • Astrid 6 Drawer Dresser By Copeland Furniture
    2modern.com
    Made in Vermont by Copeland Furniture. The Astrid collection is crafted in solid cherry hardwood, solid walnut and dark chocolate maple or solid maple with several finish options. Details Natural variations in solid wood and hand-applied finishes make each piece unique. Slight grain and finish irregularities tell you that the furniture has been crafted from solid wood and are considered hallmarks of quality. Fixture comes with (HGN-155) Hourglass Brushed Nickel Knob.
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  • CH44 Armchair
    conranshop.co.uk
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    The beautifully handcrafted CH44 armchair by Hans J. Wegner is designed with a low, reclined frame for enhanced comfort. The carefully selected materials give it a soft, calming appearance, and its lightweight frame make this chair an ideal companion to any interior scheme. Designed in 1965, the frame is constructed from solid soap oak, which is admired for its raw wood grain, and the seat is hand-woven from natural paper cord. The design uses timbers sourced from responsible sawmills in Wegner’s native Denmark. The CH44 armchair boasts a decorative ladder back and small footprint – making it easy to move and taking up relatively little space. This offering is perfect where a heavy armchair would be too dominant and a lighter look is required for an airy, naked approach to interior design which is effortlessly modern and inspiring. Home life - Carl Hansen & Søn from Monocle on Vimeo. View our entire range of furniture from Hans J. Wegner. Dimension: 64cm (w) x 80cm (h) x 66cm (d)
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  • Trade Winds Furniture Tobacco & Bone Tuscany Buffet/TV Console
    purehome.com
    Finally, a piece that does what you desire. Versatile enough to be used as a buffet or TV console, this Trade Winds' piece is handmade form is hand-painted and hand-rubbed to create a distressed finish that exudes warmth. Removable shelves in the center can be used to store wine or hold entertainment systems. Two glass-paneled doors on either side and three drawers below provide ample storage for dishware or DVDs, and electrical cut-outs update it for the modern age. Plantation-grown and kiln-dried hardwood / MDF. Handmade, hand-painted, and hand-rubbed. Corner blocking. Four removable shelves. Removable wine storage. Three drawers. Two doors. Electrical cut-outs. 65" W x 19" D x 36" H.
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  • Astrid 3 Drawer Dresser By Copeland Furniture
    2modern.com
    Made in Vermont by Copeland Furniture. The Astrid collection is crafted in solid cherry hardwood, solid walnut and dark chocolate maple or solid maple with several finish options. Details Natural variations in solid wood and hand-applied finishes make each piece unique. Slight grain and finish irregularities tell you that the furniture has been crafted from solid wood and are considered hallmarks of quality. Fixture comes with (HGN-155) Hourglass Brushed Nickel Knob.
  • Carl Hansen & Son Ch25 Lounge Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Hans Wegner, 1949. Oak with hand-woven cord caning. Made in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son. The special profile of the forelegs is probably this chair's most characteristic feature. Their unusual shape make them carry most of the user's weight and serve as a stable support for the armrests at the same time. Another interesting detail is the hind legs, which flush with the rail. The rope weaving of the seat and back form a distinctive pattern. The broad armrests add to the comfort of the chair and make it easy to get up from, even with its low seat height and reclining back. The moderate dimensions fit easily into interiors where space is a factor. The simple choice of materials give it a neutral appearance that make it blend in well. Hans J Wegner trained as a cabinet-maker before attending the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, where he later lectured from 1946 to 1953. From 1938 to 1942, he worked as a furniture designer in Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller´s architectural practice. In 1943, he set up his own office in Gentofte and collaborated with Borge Mogensen in the design of an apartment shown at the 1946 Cabinetmakers´ Exhibition in Copenhagen. Throughout his long career, he has designed furniture extensively for Johannes Hansen and Fritz Hansen. The Royal Society of Arts, London made him an 'Honorary Royal Designers for Industry' in 1959. 28.7" h | 28.7" d | 28" w | seat: 13.8" h. Quick-ship options: - Oak, Oiled, Natural papercord. - Oak, Black, Natural Papercord. - Oak, White pigmented oil, Natural papercord.
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  • Bernhardt Design Harper Rocking Chair
    hivemodern.com
    Design Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance, 2013. Solid cherry, maple spindles. Made in USA by Bernhardt Design. "In my mind the rocking chair was invented in America, although I'm sure that is not true in fact. For me, designing a new rocking chair is the ideal way to celebrate the heritage, imagination, and craftsmanship of Bernhardt Design. The Adirondack chair served as early inspiration, but my focus soon turned to the Windsor rocking chair, whose complexity and refinement are remarkable. I wanted to take the essential elements of the Windsor rocker and put them together in a new and different way. The exterior of the Harper chair is very much like a birds nest with a structure composed of twigs. The interior. Is a cocoon - in this instance a suspended cocoon. The seat and back appear to be floating inside the nest. I wanted to bring warmth and texture to the cocoon, rather than use the typical wood seat found in a Windsor chair. To achieve this, I looked at leather saddles as a point of reference. The floating saddle seat brings a level of tailoring and quality to the chair, while still maintaining an important sense of familiarity. It was important that we use classic American woods: maple for the spindles and cherry for the structure. The choice of maple for the spindles was very deliberate, selected for its light color and visual transparency. The contrast between the two woods enables you to follow the form of the chair and easily see the suspended interior. For me, the most special aspect of Harper is that you experience something different from every perspective. As you walk around the chair it is constantly changing and becoming something new." - Noe Duchafour-Lawrance. Named in honor of Bernhardt Design founder Anne Harper Bernhardt, the Harper chair is constructed in solid American cherry and American maple with a natural clear finish. With age, the cherry elements will darken. The seat is offered with a flange stitch detail and available in leather in a range of color-ways. 29" w | 31.75" d | 27" h | seat: 15.75" h.
  • Portes Antique French Country 2 Door White Pine Cabinet Curio
    kathykuohome.com
    Salvaged from French chateaus, these unique windows and doors set the scene for one-of-a-kind cabinetry and storage. Each handcrafted piece has six ample shelves behind glass and two lower cabinets behind pine doors. 110 inches high x 48 inches wide x 17 inches deep. Constructed from pine and Reclaimed Antique French Doors. Finished in white wash; Size, color, and hardware may vary due to reclaimed doors. 6 shelves, 2 cabinets; White Interior. For safety, bolt cabinet into wall; Each piece is unique.
  • ABC Home & Planet Pure Vintage Mango Hemp Rolling Chair
    abchome.com
    Handcrafted on a dark vintage wooden frame, regal spindle legs with wheels and castors bolster soft hemp upholstery. Created by using natural dyes - made from roots, barks, and flowers - its unique color and texture blend beautifully with its soft, open shape and deep seat. Exclusively made for ABC and one-of-a-kind.
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