Visit this unfinished furniture directory for information about unfinished furniture products and services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts several stacks of unfinished wooden chairs.
A row of unfinished chairs, made of maple, are arranged in a dramatic row. Create your own look for a fraction of the price by buying and finishing unfinished furniture.
Unfinished furniture is furniture that has not been painted or stained; it essentially has a raw-wood finish. Unfinished furniture is ideal for those who have a certain look in mind and want to finish it themselves.
A heavy-duty construction crane spans the entire length of a tall building, helping construction workers finish the top floors of the skyscraper. The tall crane will allow construction workers to complete the skeleton of the unfinished building.
A close-up photograph of an unfinished patio shows pavers that have yet to be laid. As the workers lay the pavers, the patio will grow in size. What was once a natural area will become a manicured space that will provide a smooth walking surface.
The interior of a busy auto manufacturing plant highlights the many pieces of machinery that go into making an automobile. A worker wearing a hardhat sits at a welding station. To his left is the metal shell of an unfinished automobile.
Concrete, metal, and wood rise several stories into the blue sky, as an unfinished commercial building exterior is brought to life. A yellow crane perches atop the construction site. Day by day the construction site is transformed.
A man wearing glasses runs his hands over an unfinished piece of wood, envisioning the furniture he will create. Furniture construction is an art and a science that requires the right balance of creativity, tools, and knowledge.
An off-the-books contractor in New York City has claimed that the owner of a Brooklyn restaurant kidnapped him at gunpoint last week and forced him to remain in the restaurant owner's house for two nights.
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Leonardo da Vinci left the Mona Lisa unfinished because he gravely injured his arm while fainting, a new study argues.The cause of the renaissance artist's disability has been debated by art historians for centuries, and in ...
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