Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 25, 2005
The Elliott Bay Collection reflects the same attention to design and detail, robust materials and joinery, and the superb function and comfort for which the Arts & Crafts era was known. Using a variety of sophisticated joinery techniques, high quality outdoor woods such as mahogany and jarra, and high-tech adhesives this line is the most robust outdoor furniture available. Although the pieces are designed and finished for rugged outdoor use, some of the pieces in the collection are also available in hand-rubbed oil-finished indoor versions. The collection is targeted to upscale outdoor and traditional furniture buyers, Arts & Crafts collectors, specialty stores, designers, architects and decorators.
The Elliott Bay Collection lines include the Bainbridge, a traditional North East Adirondack inspired design, the 30Âs Modern influenced Alki, the Craftsman/Stickley based Wallingford, the Greene and Greene inspired Medina and the Limbert detailed Leschi. Although the designs reflect different Arts & Crafts designs, they are each a unique design with a slightly modern feel that makes the each of the pieces suitable for both historically accurate as well as contemporary environments.
Pieces in the Elliott Bay Collection include Adirondack based chairs, settees and accessories in standard and custom sizes and configurations, backless benches in lengths from 42Â to 96Â, curved and formal benches, barstools and finally, curved and straight dining tables that seat from four to ten guests on matching chairs or benches.
About Celeski Studios
Celeski Studios, designs and builds custom furniture with special emphasis on developing unique designs for rugged outdoor use in residential, public and commercial environments. Using a combination of contemporary technologies, high accuracy tools and traditional skills, each piece is custom made for each clientÂs unique requirements. With decades of design experience, Celeski Studios is also able to quickly create custom design derivatives of existing pieces for special architectural needs in commercial environments such as lodges and resorts.
For more information, and to view the Elliott Bay Collection please visit http://www.celeski.com. Additional specifications, details and high-resolution digital photographs of the collection are available to the press by request. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact Name: Tim Celeski
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