Guests who attended large gatherings in the homes
of early American colonists were often seated upon small, mobile benches crafted especially for such occasions. They were constructed of concave, open slats designed for both comfort and strength. This concept in ...
Though traditional in appearance, this stool has been
scaled to fit into today's smaller dining spaces. It's handcrafted of durable, fine-grained mahogany with top-grain leather upholstery and stately nailhead trim. The slightly distressed finish adds to its grandeur.
North Carolinas Blue Ridge Mountains are home to
cool summer breezes, lush forests, and a rich heritage of furniture-making thats been carried on through generations. That tradition is evident in each and every item made by Charleston Forge. Using natural ...