The showroom at 20 John Williams Street, Attleboro, MA has been closed.  We will no longer have a retail showroom since we have semi-retired.  We will, however, continue to build custom pieces of "creative art furniture" from our home workshop.  The best way to contact us is email at

To view pieces of furniture we have made in the past, please peruse through and enjoy the video below by clicking on the red and white arrow
To learn how master craftsman & furniture designer, Stephen C. Staples builds his farm tables, click on FARM TABLE BUYING GUIDE below to read his 10 page article with color photos.   
Be sure to scroll down on the home page a little bit and click on the very short video of Stephen putting his famous signet mark on top of a farm table. 
The article below called CREATIVE ART FURNITURE AND WABI SABI tells Chris' and Steve's story of their lifelong love of antique historic things of all kinds and how they present the time worn surfaces in everything they have created over the past 46+ years.

Creative Art Furniture - Stories

Creative Art Furniture and Stephen Staples love to share what we do.. We've set this blog to allow us to do just that. Hope you Enjoy.

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I pulled a great door out of a house demolition recently.  The paint on this door has the look I study and replicate on the furniture I build.  It has a beautiful black green textured surface that invites the passer by in to look closer.  With closer inspection, I noticed the front of the door was a metal sheet, similar to a safe door.  Turns out it came off the bottom half of a beehive oven.  It measures 15 1/2" wide x 28" high.  Perhaps you may have a use for it "as is" or we could use it for a cupboard door.  It has its original pintles and latch.  If interested, let us know.








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