Eco-Friendly, Handmade Home Goods at Creative Art Furniture by Stephen C. Staples. Three Options Available.

Plainville

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There's no place like home, unless you live in a duplex, in which case there is exactly one place like home. Make your house the best with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $50 for $175 toward accessories, antiques, and signs

Browse home accents such as decorative signs ($45–$650), antique wooden bowls ($85–$225), or a set of four antique chairs ($250).

  • $99 for $300 toward handmade, eco-friendly furniture
  • $199 for $650 toward handmade, eco-friendly furniture

A shop-curated selection of valid furniture includes coffee tables ($895–$4,000), farm tables ($2,500–$5,300), kitchen islands ($2,000–$7,500), armoires ($2,495–$6,500), and benches ($985–$2,085).

Creative Art Furniture by Stephen C. Staples

When Stephen Staples comes across an ancient ash can or a board stripped of its nails, he studies it as if it’s the Mona Lisa. What appear to the common eye to be scraps are seen by Stephen for what they truly are—the building materials of early New England homesteads and factories. With his family, Stephen repurposes the salvaged materials into handcrafted kitchen tables, headboards, armoires, and benches.

“All this stuff is from somewhere special. … You look at the piece, you see the history, you know what went on," he says. "They say the piece can’t talk. They do talk, you just need to know how to listen.” For those not fluent in the language of reclaimed materials, Stephen includes a certificate of authenticity with each piece that details its age and probable history, including which pilgrims stored their socks in it. For his meticulous handiwork and passion for history, Stephen has been featured on This Old House and WCVB's Chronicle and in Design New England magazine and the Boston Herald.

Creative Art Furniture by Stephen C. Staples

When Stephen Staples comes across an ancient ash can or a board stripped of its nails, he studies it as if it’s the Mona Lisa. What appear to the common eye to be scraps are seen by Stephen for what they truly are—the building materials of early New England homesteads and factories. With his family, Stephen repurposes the salvaged materials into handcrafted kitchen tables, headboards, armoires, and benches.

“All this stuff is from somewhere special. … You look at the piece, you see the history, you know what went on," he says. "They say the piece can’t talk. They do talk, you just need to know how to listen.” For those not fluent in the language of reclaimed materials, Stephen includes a certificate of authenticity with each piece that details its age and probable history, including which pilgrims stored their socks in it. For his meticulous handiwork and passion for history, Stephen has been featured on This Old House and WCVB's Chronicle and in Design New England magazine and the Boston Herald.

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    Plainville

    23 W. Bacon St.

    Plainville, Massachusetts 02762

    508-695-1155

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In a Nutshell

Reclaimed materials, often from early New England homesteads and factories, get new life as kitchen tables, armoires, chairs, and beds

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 24th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. In-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid furniture pieces left to the discretion of Creative Art Furniture. $175 Groupon option valid only for accessories, signs, and antiques. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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