Fine furniture should be crafted to endure use over multiple lifetime — and to be passed on to future generations. Acting on that belief, each piece Brian Brace makes goes through an extensive series of time honored processes to achieve the highest quality standards. From thoughtfully selecting the finest lumber, to applying hand rubbed oil finishes, every step is carefully executed to ensure the finished piece is spectacular!
Bungalow Bob’s Pet Designs offers furniture and accessories that coordinate with your Mission, Arts and Crafts, or Prairie Style decor, and add warmth to your home. We recognize the importance of pets to our families and feel they deserve the same fine quality furniture we enjoy.
Our understated and elegant furniture designs are inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement and handcrafted in the USA from premium quartersawn white oak for beauty, strength, and durability. With extensive use of pinned, mortise and tenon joinery, these pieces are designed to last for years. Our craftspeople meticulously employ authentic methods of joinery and have a profound attention to detail.
Arts and Crafts furniture made in quartersawn oak, cherry, and walnut.
At Andersen & Stauffer, we create authentic copies of 17th, 18th, and early 19th century American antiques. How do we accomplish this? By being exacting. And passionate and experienced. Founders Alan Andersen & Tom Stauffer have been working with wood for as long as they’ve been able to hold hammers. Together, our team develops and perfects techniques to construct classic pieces and simulate antique surfaces, as well as conserve and restore cherished pieces.
Benner’s Woodworking in Lebanon Ohio produces museum-quality 18th & 19th Century furniture reproductions, employing handcrafted construction methods that have withstood the test of time. Our finest and highest quality furniture – for living rooms, bedroom and dining rooms, along with a wide selection of our home accessories – is best defined as well-crafted with the same methods used 200 years ago. These faithful reproductions are built utilizing traditional woods and authentic period finishes.
Peter has spent his entire career designing and crafting custom furniture from fine hardwoods in a broad range of styles for collectors and designers nationwide. His furniture is made from the highest quality materials and crafted with great attention to detail. He has been commissioned by Metropolitan Museum of Art, and featured in The New York Times, Boston Globe, as well as leading publications such as Architectural Digest, American Bungalow, Interior Design, and many others. Traditional Home magazine has named him one of the country’s best furniture makers.
Peter Maynard’s expertise is in the designing and building of the furniture, and he will be happy to address your questions during the design and crafting process. Marcie has been an indispensible part of Cold River Furniture from the beginning in 1975. She wears many hats and you will most likely be speaking with her when you first inquire. She handles much of the communications and arrangements surrounding projects, and divides her time between the home office and painting in oils and pastels in her studios.
March Legend® was born from a culmination of ideas by our founder, dating back to the 80s. The idea was to bring custom woodworking and specialty finishing to well-made but affordable artisan furniture while making the wrong size, color or finish a thing of the past. In bringing these ideas to fruition, today we focus on traditional woodworking techniques while creating a finish far superior to the classic past. Now over 25 years later, the March Legend® Fable Porch series echoes those inspirations from the past, simplistic, affordable and practical creations made to your specifications.
Michael Colca has been creating fine work in wood in his own studio since 1978. His work is known for exquisite craftsmanship and sensitive use of material. It has been shown in Architectural Digest, featured in Texas Monthly, Arts and Crafts Homes, Cottages and Bungalows and The Austin American Statesman. He has developed two distinctive lines of Arts and Crafts furniture, “Medina” and “Albero” that exemplify his love for the simple elegance of clean design and his passion for wood. Through his work with places of worship he has created sculptural furniture that is unique to each community and demonstrates the range of possibilities available to clients.
Here at Simply Amish furniture the term Amish isn’t a style. It’s the standard of excellence by which all our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is handcrafted — this standard is desired by many and practiced by a very rare few. The quality of our solid wood Simply Amish furniture is in the fine details of solid wood drawers, that are hand-finished, inside and out, and it’s created by the skill of genuine Simply Amish craftsmen, which has been passed down from one generation to the next
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