The ideas for this steamboat style hall tree furniture kit come straight from the banks of the Missouri river around St Charles, MO. When the river levels drop , the skeleton of the grand steamboat the Montana are exposed. Whether or not this particular hall tree design was part of that very steamboat wreck is still a matter of discussion, but there is no question that it could have been.
The furniture kit is a reproduction of hall trees used in the same era, including the design for the mirror and tile strip. Because the tile strip and mirror are not included in the hall tree kit, it is very easy to customize this kit to fit your preferences and the design of your house. This furniture kit goes well with a classic decorating style, because of the Civil War Furniture style influences, a style that can roughly be characterized as toned-down Victorian.
As you can see in the pictures, the curves and details that go with classic Victorian furniture are used in the hall tree, but will not draw away any attention from the mirror and tile strip. This balance in design makes this hall tree an excellent choice for people who have affinity with decorating. You can also combine this kit with our civil war style end table. The entire furniture kit consists of under twenty pre-cut and sanded oak wood parts, and assembling is intuitive and easy. Because the wood is not finished yet, you can change the end color of the kit to fit your needs and interior in the finishing process. You can soon find the assembling instructions right here.
Product Details– Steamboat Hall Tree
$300 Introduction price: $225
Civil War / Antebellum style furniture kit
Wooden parts only, very customizable
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