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Home Alone

From "A Fortress of One's Own," This Old House magazine, May 2001

I always liked the idea of having an atelier/studio/shop/personal space on the grounds of my home—easy commute, separate enough that you can work undisturbed and focused on a project, and close enough to be home in time for dinner or any family responsibilities. I was also drawn to all the simple, almost Shaker lines of the built-ins, and the nice mix of painted and varnished wood work.

Mark Powers, Technical Powers
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