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Medieval Furniture Plans

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Finding medieval design furniture for your home or office can be difficult. Here are some books on medieval furniture and construction to give inspiration for creating your own or adapting available furnishings to a more medieval look.

Buy Books about Medieval Furniture and Design
Medieval Furniture Plans and Instructions
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Medieval Furniture: Plans and Instructions for Historical Reproductions
by Daniel Diehl


Following the success of Constructing Medieval Furniture, this new book offers 14 more designs for historic pieces from the Middle Ages - a game board, tax box, writing slope, church pew, hewn-timber chest, library shelves, half-tester bed, ambry, wheelbarrow, coffer, work table, cathedral cabon, Spanish settle, and barrel chair. The detailed plans are based on careful study and measurement of accurate reproductions or originals from European museums.
Constructing Medieval Furniture
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Constructing Medieval Furniture: Plans and Instructions With Historical Notes
by Daniel Diehl


This book offers you designs for building sixteen reproductions of furnishings from the Middle Ages. The detailed plans are based on careful study and measurement of rare originals, and the complete, step-by-step instructions, materials lists, and notes on woodworking, metalworking, and finishes provide you with the means of recreating these pieces accurately in your own home shop.
Design Your Own Coat of Arms
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Design Your Own Coat of Arms
by Rosemary Chorzempa


Design your own personal coat of arms. Detailed, easy-to-follow instructions make it easy even for beginners to fashion emblems that reflect family origins, traits and accomplishments. Decorate plates, mugs and stationary or create wallhangings, sew-on patches, T-shirt decals, pin-on badges and much more. Use these ideas to add a personal touch to your medieval home decorating.
Gothic Ornament
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Pugin's Gothic Ornament: The Classic Sourcebook of Decorative Motifs (Dover Pictorial Archive Series)
by Augustus Charles Pugin


This classic sourcebook of decorative motifs contains 100 plates of copyright-free Gothic designs, meticulously reproduced from rare 19th-century engravings. Many are floral and foliate designs rendered from panels, capitals, borders, brackets, friezes, grotesques and other decorative elements from such architectural landmarks as New College Chapel at Oxford, Rouen Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral, Kenilworth Castle, Eltham Palace and the tomb of the Earl of Warwick.