Our lease has been extended for several months longer in Attleboro. The sale of the building is taking more time than expected.
The showroom at 20 John Williams Street is open Saturdays 10 am to 3 pm. The workshop and office have been moved to our home. Steve is still building custom furniture from reclaimed materials and antique furniture restoration. He is available Saturdays to discuss customs projects.
Steve has been a hoarder of very old salvaged materials for a long time and he has more than he could every use. We have been selling this collection for the past 20 months! We still have a huge variety of really good antique and vintage materials such as wood, beams, metal bases, carts, hand tools, hardware, doors, windows, etc. There is no junk here! Great stuff for do-it-yourselfers, antique dealers, hand crafters, sign makers and home makers.
We are also selling Steve's "creative art furniture" in Attleboro such as farm tables, end tables, kitchen islands, coffee tables, etc. Stop in often to see what's available. The best way to contact us is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Creative Art Furniture by Stephen C. Staples (aka Staples Cabinet Makers) has finally moved their furniture gallery to Wrentham, MA. The workshop remains in Plainville, MA. The gallery showroom has moved to
513 South Street, Rte. 1A, Wrentham, MA, 02093
The new gallery name has changed as well. It is now called "New England Artisan Gallery". Stephen's and his artisans' work is displayed in a much larger space in an excellent location, just 1/2 mile north on Rt. 1A from the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets!
Hours are Tuesdays through Saturdays 10 to 6 and Sundays 12 to 5.
The phone number is 774-847-9734.
Website is: www.NEArtisanGallery.com
VISIT US SOON! Chris and Steve Staples
THE GREEN MOVEMENT IS ALIVE AND WELL AT
CREATIVE ART FURNITURE BY STEPHEN C. STAPLES
For nearly 39 years, Stephen C. Staples, co-owner of Staples Cabinet Makers Inc. has been serving the public in some form of the GREEN MOVEMENT, long before it became a recent buzzword. Reclamation expert, designer and furniture maker, Stephen C. Staples is digging deep to find new ways of re-purposing cast off materials at building job sites. Staples, designs and builds furniture and art works using lumber and architectural fragments salvaged from deconstructed sites of early New England homes, barns and factories. He is currently acting general contractor in the construction of his own Arts and Crafts home in Massachusetts. He has found a new source for material because he just couldn’t allow the cut off pieces of LVL beams to be thrown into the dumpster!
A Unique Barn Find!!!!! Hand Forged 18th Century Strap Hinges!