A high backed upholstered chair featuring rolled arms and wing shaped protrusions that extend over the arms at the head level. Introduced in America around the early 1700’s.
Small holes found in wood, considered a defect in many instances and a character-providing element in others such as rustic furniture pieces.
Bedroom furniture that’s usually designed for children’s bedrooms to go against the walls so it can wrap around a room. Wrap groups often include small chests, dressers, student desks and hutches. They make a great use of limited space and provide a lot of storage.
A smaller sized desk or table commonly used for personal use such as writing letters or paying bills.
A crossed stretcher at the bottom of a chair or table
A dresser or cupboard, of oak or deal with a low back.