DC Furniture Maker to Debut "Slab" Line at Architectural Digest Home Show

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Art Drauglis, a Washington DC based furnituremaker, today announced that he will debut the newest in his line of handcrafted wood furniture at the Architectural Digest Home Show in New York, NY, March 26 - 29.

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Art Drauglis today announced that he will debut the newest in his line of handcrafted wood furniture at the Architectural Digest Home Show in New York, NY, March 26 - 29.

Drauglis' Slab line features large, natural edge slices of wood presented both as Art and as functional furniture. Each is made of walnut, cherry, and other domestic hardwoods. Materials are sourced from local and regional small-scale sawmills focused on salvaged, reclaimed, and responsibly-harvested wood. . Each piece of wood is shaped and joined by hand, and is finished to enhance the natural beauty of the wood.

Slab will be showcased in the exclusive MADE area of the Home Show. MADE features a juried selection of limited-edition and one-of-a-kind fine art objects, decorative arts and furnishings.

The Architectural Digest Home Show is the premier event for interior designers, architects, and the general public to explore the latest ideas and products for the home - from furniture and lighting to kitchens and baths.

For more information, visit http://www.adrauglis.com or http://www.archdigesthomeshow.com.

About Art Drauglis
Art Drauglis has been creating handcrafted, custom home furnishings in his DC-area workshop since 2000. He works with a variety of wood and other natural materials found on his travels throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Committed to living an environmentally responsible, he applies his woodworking and joinery skills, knowledge of nature, and artistic imagination to use materials in their entirety in his furniture or everyday life.

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