In the Shaker Style: Building Furniture Inspired by the Shaker Tradition
The Shakers wanted their belongings to reflect the simplicity and perfection revered in their religion. This book walks readers through a variety of Shaker-inspired projects--ranging from beginning to advanced--and provides an overview of hallmark Shaker details, illustrated step-by-step instructions, and a gallery of photos of successful projects. 150 color photos. 70 illustrations.
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