I love shaker furniture and this photo is one of my favorites. Shaker Settee from ShakerStyle.com

Beautiful Shaker furniture from ShakerStyle and New England craftsmen

How to Build Shaker Furniture

Shaker Furniture - inspiration behind the more simplistic style of Arts and Crafts furniture and architecture (compared to over embellished and opulent styles which preceded it)

The Doug Towle Shaker Collection Catalog

The Doug Towle Shaker Collection Catalog. design of the bottom feet and of course multiple drawers and all those precious mushroom knobs.

Shaker furniture plans step stool with handle.

We simplified the Shaker Step Stool Plans! Many more free wood project plans for step stools and Shaker furniture.

Modern shaker bench by James Becker--(Please Follow (2) Design-Modern-Furniture-Objects For New Pins)

Modern Shaker Furniture

Classic and beautiful - the Bowback Bench by Vermont based cabinetmaker Jas Becker. The bench is inspired by traditional Shaker Windsor benches and is made from cherry with ash spindles and maple legs. Read more: Jas Becker

“Nina Leen, Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1776 - 1850” Shaker Chairs Timber. Slat back rocker, with what appear to be woven seats

Shaker Chair, these chairs are identified as shakers because of the simple style as well as the fact that they are hung on the wall by pegs (Shaker Period 1776 -

Hanging furniture from wall mounted peg rails for clutter free spaces is an iconic feature of shaker style #AmericanDesign

Part of my admiration for Shaker style arises in its blend of the practical and the ethereal. Hanging chairs up, out of the way, is a prime example. Shed interior hooks

Shaker Bench, 1825–50  was used with the community dining table. Hancock, Massachusetts.  Pine

Bench Date: Geography: Probably made in Hancock, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American, Shaker Medium: Pine the met