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Work in progress. The second-floor stairs in Charles Pinnacle of stair building. By the time of the Gamble house, the Greenes and Halls had
Greene's home were added in 1906. The house was in perfected residential stairs. This is banister nirvana, just inside the front door, constant flux, growing with Charles' family.
All in place. The dining-room cabinet from the Thorsen house is the epitome of the style.
Inglenook. This early display cabinet forms one Sideboard. This massive cabinet in the Ford side of an inglenook in the lennie Reeve house. house utilizes the three peg pattern.
Ultimate built-in. Once again, the Gamble house provides the culmination of the evolution. This sideboard is exquisite. The art-glass window lends a wonderful glow to the mahogany.
Elegant early cabinet. Though simple, the Reeve house dining-room cabinet is quite attractive.
Refining the form. This Ford house cabinet is also simple but certainly more detailed.