Decorating with Wood: Great Ideas for Your Home
A large, well-illustrated woodworking guide describes the history of various grains and offers many ideas for using, and also maintaining, them in a variety of decorative designs and furniture styles, from Medieval to Shaker, colonial to contemporary.
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The Different Woods
Living with Wood
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America American quilts antique architecture Baroque beautiful bedrooms beech birds boxes Britain building cabinet-maker CARING FOR WOOD carved Carver chair chairs Charles Rennie Mackintosh cherrywood chests Chippendale clock cloth collection colour cottage country furniture craftsmen create cupboards curved decoy ducks dolls doors drawers dressers eighteenth century especially Europe example floor frames French fruitwoods furniture styles grain handles hardwood highly decorative inlay intarsia kitchen logs look Louis XIV lovely mahogany maple marquetry medieval nineteenth century numbers original ornate outdoors painted Palladian panels pattern books piece of furniture pine planks plants popular Queen Anne style remove restoration rocking horses Rococo Rococo style seats and benches seventeenth century Shaker shelves shutters simple stained staircases stringed instruments strips tables tannic acid Thomas Chippendale timber toys treen trees usually veneer walking sticks wall walnut wax polish wet rot Windsor chairs