Mar-A-Lago Furniture
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Upholstery
Upholstery is the work of providing furniture, especially seats, with padding, springs, webbing, and fabric or leather covers. The word upholstery comes from the Middle English word upholder, which re...
Webbing stretcher
A webbing stretcher is an upholstery tool used to stretch webbing.
Traditional chairs are constructed of an open wooden frame, with their seat often supported by interwoven jute or cotton herringb...
Louis Delanois
Louis Delanois (1731–1792) was a Parisian menuisier who specialized in seat furniture in the late Rococo taste and an advanced neoclassical taste. Among his notable patrons were mme du Barry, the co...
Living Chair Museum
The Chair Making Museum was based in Kitchener Road, High Wycombe, England, at the works of its sponsor Stewart Linford. The museum housed a collection of antique Windsor Chairs and the tools used to...
Bodging
Bodging is a traditional wood-turning craft, using green (unseasoned) wood to make chair legs and other cylindrical parts of chairs.
The origins of the term are obscure. It may be a folk extensio...
Cabinet making
A cabinet is a box-shaped piece of furniture with doors or drawers for storing miscellaneous items. Some cabinets stand alone while others are built into a wall or are attached to it like a medicine c...
William Savery (cabinetmaker)
William Savery (cabinetmaker) (1721 or 1722 - 1787, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an 18th-century American cabinetmaker noted for his furniture in the Queen Anne and Philadelphia Chippendale styles....
Abram Robertson Byram
Abram Robertson Byram (died 1893) was an alderman and mayor of Brisbane Municipal Council, Queensland, Australia.
Abram Robertson Byram was born about 1825, the son of James Cooper Byram and Mary ...
Benjamin Randolph (cabinetmaker)
Benjamin Randolph (1721 - 1791) was an 18th-century American cabinetmaker who made furniture in the Queen Anne and Philadelphia Chippendale styles. He made the lap desk on which Thomas Jefferson draft...
Sustainable furniture design
Sustainable/ Industrial/ Recycled furniture design is an effort to address the environmental impact of furniture products on the environment by considering all aspects of the design and manufacturing...
Splat (furniture)
A splat is the vertical central element of a chair back. Typically this element of a chair is of exposed wood design. The splat is an important element of furniture identification, since its design h...
Wycombe Museum
Wycombe Museum (aka Wycombe Local History and Chair Museum) is a free local museum located in the town of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. It is run by Wycombe District Council.The museum is lo...
Upholstery hammer
An upholstery hammer (also called a tack hammer) is a lightweight hammer used for securing upholstery fabric to furniture frames using tacks or small nails.Usually, one face of the hammer is magnetize...
Antimacassar
An antimacassar /ˌæntɪməˈkæsər/ is a small cloth placed over the backs or arms of chairs, or the head or cushions of a sofa, to prevent soiling of the permanent fabric. The name also refers to the clo...
Francis Trumble
Francis Trumble was an 18th-century chair and cabinetmaker in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Trumble produced a variety of "fine furniture" in the Queen Anne, Chippendale and Federal styles. He also manu...
Market Square (High Point, North Carolina)
Market Square is a furniture showroom complex in High Point, North Carolina, owned by International Market Centers which is the largest building in North Carolina on the National Register of Historic ...
Sewing needle
A sewing needle is a long slender tool with a pointed tip. The first needles were made of bone or wood; modern ones are manufactured from high carbon steel wire, nickel- or 18K gold plated for corrosi...
Box-spring
A box-spring (or Divan in the UK) is a type of bed base typically consisting of a sturdy wooden frame covered in cloth and containing springs. Usually the box-spring is placed on top of a wooden or me...
Peter McLean (cabinet maker)
Peter McLean, a cabinet maker of Dumfries, Scotland, arrived in Port Phillip, Australia in February 1853 with his family during the gold rush. He crafted one of the finest and most remarkable examples...
Upholstery frame
In furniture-making, the upholstery frame of a piece of furniture gives the structural support and determines the basic shape of the upholstered furniture. The frame may be a basic piece of wooden fur...
Windsor chair
A Windsor chair is a chair built with a solid wooden seat into which the chair-back and legs are round-tenoned, or pushed into drilled holes, in contrast to standard chairs, where the back legs and th...
Kimbel and Cabus
Kimbel and Cabus was a Victorian-era furniture and decorative arts firm based in New York City. The partnership was formed in 1862 between German-born cabinetmaker Anthony Kimbel (c. 1821–1895) ...
Woolsack
The Woolsack is the seat of the Lord Speaker in the House of Lords, the Upper House of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. In the 14th century King Edward III (1327-1377) commanded that his Lord Cha...
Stretcher (furniture)
A stretcher is a horizontal support element of a table, chair or other item of furniture; this structure is normally made of exposed wood and ties vertical elements of the piece together. There are n...
Throw pillow
A throw pillow, or toss pillow, is a small, decorative type of pillow. Throw pillows are usually placed on sofas or armchairs but are also frequently used on beds, day beds and floors. Throw pillows s...