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New Century Bed.

This contemporary bed draws its inspiration from the Arts and Crafts movement at the start of the last century. Materials are natural cherry frame and curry maple panels. Available sizes are king, full, and queen (shown), 73" W, 51" T, 88" L. Designed for use with a box spring and standard mattress. Call for pricing, timing, and shipping quote. 802-674-2224 Photographed by Richard Frutchey.

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Mario Messina

Mission furniture as a union of function and art.
Commissions welcomed.

PO Box 181, 28 River Street
Windsor, Vermont 05089
Phone 802-674-2224
Email mario.messina@valley.net

Also see Mario Messina's work at:

queenanne-colonial-windsorchairs.com
modernshakerfurniture.com
moderncontemporaryfurniture.com

As a designer craftsman I see furniture making as an opportunity to explore the union of function and art. I want to create furniture that is a joy to live with, will last for many generations and grow in value. I draw my inspiration from nature as well as other woodworkers, architects, and period styles. I see furniture as an expression of our relationship to the natural world in the context of our home environment.

My career in woodworking began in 1983 in Roseburg, Oregon, where I apprenticed in a small cabinet shop for three years. In 1987 I opened my own woodworking shop in Vermont. Over the years my work has progressed into studio furniture making, which has always been my dream.

In addition to running a full time furniture studio in Windsor, Vermont I am also a part time woodworking instructor at Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center.

—Mario Messina

 

 

 

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