Schiffer Publishing Ltd
Cabin Style: Decorating with Rustic, Adirondack, and Western Collectibles
Open this book and find that the rustic (yet surprisingly sophisticated) design elements presented make this work an inspiring resource for cabin owners who desire more than "cookie-cutter" decor ideas for their lakeside or mountain home. Hundreds of vintage decorating ideas are...
Open this book and find that the rustic (yet surprisingly sophisticated) design elements presented make this work an inspiring resource for cabin owners who desire more than "cookie-cutter" decor ideas for their lakeside or mountain home.
Hundreds of vintage decorating ideas are pictured within fifteen chapters that reflect a once ordinary cabin as a timeless and relaxing showplace with personality and style.
Chapters feature dishes, pottery, glassware, camp blankets, souvenirs, furniture, and ephemera that provide interesting accents for any vacation or weekend getaway. Over 500 beautiful color photographs feature vintage cabin collectibles from the early 1900s to the 1960s. Current values as well as an extensive resources section and bibliography make this the most complete cabin collectible book of its kind.
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Upcycled projects and handmade wooden décor were hot sellers at this year’s Destination Design – an annual fundraiser for the Habitat for Humanity of the Mid-Ohio Valley. Local businesses in the Parkersburg, WV, area donated home furnishings and décor items that were auctioned in the organization’s largest fundraiser of the year.
If you have ever marveled over the log furniture you have seen at Bass Pro Shops or Cabela’s, writer, photographer and woodworker Alan Garbers has a new book that might be right up your alley. From Tree to Table offers the aspiring craftsperson practical advice on building eco-chic rustic furniture—literally starting with the timber.
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