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Queen Anne furniture brings traditional grace to your home

by Tom Grimes

The Queen Anne style of construction has been central to formal furniture since the early 1700s. Known for smooth and gentle curves, its most recognizable feature is the cabriole leg that terminates in a pad or drake foot. These Amish-made pieces promise to add an elegant formality to any room in the house and perfectly show off the fine craftsmanship of Amish woodworkers.

Queen Anne dining room chairs are made in a classic style, foregoing elaborate carvings that others provide. The chairs emphasize a quiet dignity, showing off the quality of their solid wood construction.

A Queen Anne writing desk is a simple solution to pieces that often have too much storage space. With three dovetailed drawers, the desk allows writers to store necessary supplies while maintaining a dignified and concise aesthetic.

If one often throws luncheons, a buffet in this style will capture the formality of centuries gone by, adding a regal and sophisticated charm to any occasion.

Whatever your needs, know that these heirloom-quality pieces are of the highest caliber. Their solid wood construction ensure an enduring beauty and enjoyment for generations to come.



12/9/2016 4:18:05 PM