Enjoy the satisfaction of building your own Mission-style furniture with complete confidence and ease. Full of expert tips and advice, Mission Furniture You Can Build starts with the basics — selecting the right wood, gathering the proper tools, outlining the necessary woodworking techni... read more
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Enjoy the satisfaction of building your own Mission-style furniture with complete confidence and ease. Full of expert tips and advice, Mission Furniture You Can Build starts with the basics — selecting the right wood, gathering the proper tools, outlining the necessary woodworking techniques — and provides complete plans for constructing ten authentic pieces. Each beautiful design was originally created by Gustav Stickley, the man behind the Mission movement. The woodworking projects range from beginning to intermediate skill levels and provide an economical way to add genuine Mission style to your home. Included in this concise guide are complete plans for: • Morris Chair • Bookcase • Coffee Table • Hall Mirror • Couch • Wastepaper Basket • Dining Table • Bed Stand • Tabletop Lamp • Magazine Table Easy-to-follow instructions are accompanied by color and black-and-white photographs and detailed line drawings that will help you visualize construction and successfully finish stunning period pieces
Reprint of the Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1997 edition.
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