Beautiful Table – Money for Missions

I have a VERY talented husband in the furniture business. Dean not only is one of Michigan’s best restoration experts (probably THE best), but he is a talented woodworker as well. Our church is raising money for missions, and Dean made this beautiful hall credenza to help in the efforts. The table dimensions are 42L x 15D x 30H. It’s made of American Walnut & Curly Hard Maple. It has a light, airy feel that is enhanced by uplifting curves that appear to pull the table upward. The highly figured split top floats lightly over the base to further convey a cloud-like feel. Take a look at the detail photo, below.


If you are interested in this table for yourself – or maybe for a great gift for someone – please contact Dean directly at either his website or via email at nmosey at comcast.net. A portion of the purchase price goes to the mission fund at Flushing United Methodist Church.

Quilt Storage

Quilters have stored their treasures in boxes, under beds, draped over couches, hanging on walls, and a whole slew of various storage containers. In the early days of quilting, primitive furniture like this Doughbox were used to hold many different items – even quilts!

This primitive dough-box is ideally sized as a stand alone accent or as a chair-side table to house several quilts, sewing supplies or magazines and newspapers. Available in natural wood tones or stain-painted wash tones, this piece measures 25″L x 12″D x 24″H.

This piece comes from a fantastic woodworker in lower Michigan with a long history of woodworking skills passed down from one generation to another. You can see more of his work at his website, Mosey’s Woodworks. Hmmm. Nice name, that woodworker!