John Reeves’ “modern-Baroque” dining and occasional tables (and bookcases) are just the ticket for schizophrenic designphiles who (like me) want it all: classical, contemporary, minimalist—you name it; these pieces have elements of each. All are made from solid wood and finished in lacquer or veneer (they’re available at Stitch in oak veneer and red, black, or white lacquer). 

—Gina Bazer
 

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Modern Baroque


John Reeves’ “modern-Baroque” dining and occasional tables (and bookcases) are just the ticket for schizophrenic designphiles who (like me) want it all: classical, contemporary, minimalist—you name it; these pieces have elements of each. All are made from solid wood and finished in lacquer or veneer (they’re available at Stitch in oak veneer and red, black, or white lacquer). 

Images courtesy stitchchicago.com
 


John Reeves’ “modern-Baroque” dining and occasional tables (and bookcases) are just the ticket for schizophrenic designphiles who (like me) want it all: classical, contemporary, minimalist—you name it; these pieces have elements of each. All are made from solid wood and finished in lacquer or veneer (they’re available at Stitch in oak veneer and red, black, or white lacquer). 

Images courtesy stitchchicago.com
 

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