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Stuart David Style Descriptions (D8 & D9, DM & DN)

Variety is the spice of life, so the saying goes. If that’s true, welcome to the spice cabinet! Variety of choice is one of the things that sets Stuart David furniture apart from the rest. Not only do you get to choose each piece to create a custom configuration, you also get to choose the solid wood, finish, and STYLE to make it look all your own. To help you make your decision, we will be talking about the differences between four styles: Generations 8 & Generations 9, Madison M & Madison N.


·The Generations 8 (D8) style features a crown with approximately 2½” of overhanging side trim, corbels, fluting, raised panels, and a closed base with approximately 1” of overhanging side trim.


·The Generations 9 (D9) style also has a crown with approximately 2½” of overhanging side trim, corbels, dentil molding, fluting, raised panels, and closed base molding with approximately 1” of overhanging side trim.


Featuring the same 2½” crown, overlay doors, raised panels, fluting, and corbels; there’s plenty to love between these two styles. The only difference between the D8 and the D9 styles is the dentil molding just below the crown. But even that simple change can be a determining factor when choosing what style fits you best.

  

 

·The Madison M (DM) style has a crown with approximately 2½” of overhanging side trim, corbels, fluting, specialty raised panels, and closed base molding with approximately 1” of overhanging side trim.


·The Madison N (DN) style has a crown with approximately 2½” of overhanging side trim, specialty raised panels and closed base molding with approximately 1” of overhanging side trim.


The DM and DN styles look different on the surface, but essentially they are the same. Featuring the same specialty raised panels, 2½” crown, and overlay doors; these styles have just a couple differences. The DM style includes fluting and corbels for a more visual style, whereas the DN style takes on a look that says “less is more” by removing the fluting and corbels while retaining the specialty raised panels, trim, and closed base. By simply removing those two details, you achieve a style that is a stark contrast from the other.


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