Spencer Horn

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    Resident of Seattle, WA
    Spencer builds exquisitely crafted traditional furniture pieces out of precious materials.
Photo of Rocker and Two Drawer Sideboard by Spencer Horn
Photo of Whidbey Sideboard by Spencer Horn
Photo of Coffee Table With Granite by Spencer Horn
Photo of Side Table 101 by Spencer Horn
Photo of Goncalo Low Chest by Spencer Horn
Photo of Whidbey Table by Spencer Horn
Photo of File Chest by Spencer Horn
Photo of Sideboard 99 by Spencer Horn
Photo of Entry Table by Spencer Horn
Photo of Drop Leaf Oval Dining Table  by Spencer Horn
Photo of Four Drawer Sideboard by Spencer Horn
Photo of Splay Leg Nightstands by Spencer Horn
Prei Bench by Spencer Horn
Photo of Koto Bed by Spencer Horn
Photo of Game Table  by Spencer Horn
photo of Goncalo high chest by Spencer Horn
Photo of Walnut High Chest by Spencer Horn
Photo of Katsura Chairs by Spencer Horn
Photo of Koto Nightstands by Spencer Horn
Photo of Katsura Table by Spencer Horn
Photo of Walnut Windsor Settee by Spencer Horn
Photo of Plantation Secretary by Spencer Horn
Photo of Katsura Bench by Spencer Horn
Makore Writing Desk
Photo of Bubinga Low Chest by Spencer Horn
Photo of Padauk Buffet by Spencer Horn
Photo of Spanish Table 99 by Spencer Horn
Photo of French Country Sideboard by Spencer Horn
Photo of Altar Table by Spencer Horn
Photo of Poster Bed by Spencer Horn
Photo of Padauk Buffet by Spencer Horn

Spencer Horn is a studio furniture maker in Seattle, Washington. Growing up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, he was inspired from an early age by the quiet elegance of Southern architecture and furnishings.

While working on a degree in product design at North Carolina State University, he took several furniture making classes in the summer at Penland School of Crafts in the Appalachian Mountains. There, it was his good fortune to study under the woodworking masters including Tage Frid and Sam Maloof, thus acquiring furniture making skills unequaled from other sources.

His specialty is making traditionally influenced pieces using solid construction and the finest hand selected materials. His work is in private collections throughout the country.

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