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SHAKER: Made from cherry plywood with a solid cherry face frame. The profiles for the mouldings were taken from typical details used in original Shaker pieces.
CONTEMPORARY: Made without a face frame from maple plywood with 1/4"-thick solid maple glued and nailed to the raw edges of the plywood.
ARTS & CRAFTS: Quartersawn white oak plywood and solid wood were used to construct the Arts & Crafts bookcase. The beveled mouldings were typical on built-in bookcases and other cabinets of the early 20 th century.
FORMAL: The most complex bookcase is made from African mahogany plywood, with genuine mahogany face frame and mouldings. Additional mouldings are applied to the side to form panels.