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Bentwood Chair simply by Michael Thonet and its Background

It is hard to think this, however the history of ben2od chairs, correct longsellers associated with interior design, began back in 1840s, almost 2 hundred years ago. 21 more words

Thonet Chair No. 14

In the mid-nineteenth century, Michael Thonet, a German-Austrian cabinetmaker, began steaming and bending wood into charming chairs. This lightweight bentwood seating started popping up everywhere in Europe, especially in coffee shops. 43 more words


Chair No. 14

I have been an admirer of ┬áthis iconic piece of furniture for the longest time. My earliest memory of this chair is from when I visited a… 276 more words


bentwood: Word of the day for June 29, 2016

bentwood , n :
(woodworking, countable and uncountable) Also attributive. Lengths of wood that have been made pliable by heating with steam and then bent into the appropriate shape (to make furniture, ships’ hulls, etc.). 11 more words

UCOA Family Campout at Bentwood

We had the UCOA Family Campout this weekend out at Bentwood Texas, which is an event center east of Georgetown on 29. Bentwood is a very nice facility, with areas for camping, RVs a number of very comfortable bungalows, and large covered area for meeting or music. 107 more words


Thrifty Things

After my first project of renovating my mom’s old dresser a spark was ignited in me that began a flame that has yet to burn out. 863 more words


SOLD! Small Bentwood Rocker - Just $32!

This nice little bentwood rocker won’t take up much space in your bedroom, den or nursery (it’s only slightly over 3 feet high by 20 inches wide) but it should give you loads of relaxation. 84 more words

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