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Going beyond Stickley to uncover the riches of a many-faceted movement
October 24, 2012
Woodworker: Gregory PaoliniGregory Paolini modeled his book rack after the #74 Gustav Stickley book rack -- with its short design, V-shaped shelves, and D-shaped handholds. Paolini modified the...
Woodworker: E. Stewart Crick Crick drew from various Arts and Crafts influences to design this chest of drawers, combining elements of Stickley, Greene and Greene, and Mackintosh. The quartersawn...
Woodworker: Chris Rand At 50, Rand decided to begin a new career as a custom-furniture maker and enrolled in the Furniture Design and Craftsmanship program at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University...
Woodworker: Andy Rae Working with fellow furniture maker Jan Derr, Rae designed this freestanding island for a furniture-loving couple with a houseful of Arts-and-Crafts furniture. The challenge was...
Woodworker: Sam Norris Norris built these hickory chairs in his second year in the Fine Woodworking Program at the College of the Redwoods in California. Initially, he planned to make…
Kendrick followed the Grew-Sheridan method to give his Craftsman-inspired chair a perfect fit. The chair is made from white oak with a leather upholstered seat.
This cherry tall clock by Robert Newton encompasses a variety of styles from Shaker to Mackintosh. Newtown intended his interpretation to be a mixture of old and new.
Captain’s bed made from mahogany and brass. All of the brass hardware used was shop made. The bed also features a suspended hidden drawer system.
Arts and Crafts-style chest in black walnut and pear by Malcolm Vaughan.
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