The History of Hepplewhite

The History of Hepplewhite

We are proud to be re-releasing a series of Hepplewhite tables that Bartley Classic Reproductions created. Not only are we re-releasing them, but we have enhanced them as well: Our Hepplewhite table project kits are more proportionate, with slimmer legs and added detail to the tabletop edges. All of our Hepplewhite table project kits are

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Windsor Chairs

Windsor Chairs

During the Chippendale era, Windsor furniture carried on the turner's tradition. Included in the Windsor family are stools, tables, settees, high chairs, cradles and candle stands, but the best known are the chairs.Windsor chairs were developed in the late 17th century in the vicinity of High Wycombe but named after the local big town of Windsor, B

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​Quality Prevails at BayneBox.com!

​Quality Prevails at BayneBox.com!

BayneBox.com is providing quality resurgence at Bartley! As we sift through the many artifacts, drawings, photos and kit parts from the Bartley Collections archives, we’ve discovered some changes over time. Some instructions had been modified over time to create simpler manufacturing processes, and unfortunately lesser quality kits. We understand t

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Tips for Using Bartley Gel Stains and Varnishes

Tips for Using Bartley Gel Stains and Varnishes

You have probably heard a lot about using Bartley Gel Stains, Varnishes and Finishes, which are known for their ease of use and low odor. We want to give you some tips and tricks for ensuring you get the best results when using these products.   Step 1: Start with a clean, well-sanded surface. With a small cloth or foam brush, apply a genero

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