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#1 posted 08-16-2012 03:52 PM

I disagree with much of what is being said here. I thought the question was to the structural usefulness of the joint not the artistic significance of the joint. As far as how good it looks that deepends on the context of the surrounding project, the room, and how it is used. some people just don’t like modern furniture and some people don’t like shaker style or arts & craft It doesn’t really matter just do what you like artisticly

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