Our shop and showroom at 20 John Williams Street in Attleboro, MA, closed on January 1, 2020.  We have now retired and will be building custom furniture on a limited basis.  Thank you all for supporting our business for the past 46+ years!  It has been a joy restoring your antique furniture and creating art furniture from reclaimed antique materials for you and your families.  We hope that our life’s work of restoring, salvaging, reclaiming, recreating and creating has brought a smile to you, your families and future generations.

As some of you may know, I have stored many boxes and shelves full of antique treasures of all kinds, most of which was purchased in the 1970’s and 1980’s when we were located in Norton, MA.  I finally have time to unpack those treasures and started an eBay store in February of this year called “Pinnacle Pickers”.  You can check it out at  We are posting daily so you just might find a unique antique item for gift giving or to add to your collection!   

The best way to contact us is email at  We wish you all good health and joy every day of your lives.


Chris and Steve Staples


June 2007 - Eco Structure

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May/June 2007:    Farm Table made from a cherry tree felled in a 1938 hurricane featured in this article.

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August 2008 - Boston Herald

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August 2008: Boston Herald does an article about how Staples Cabinet Makers is creating furniture out of a maple tree downed on Ted Williams (yes, the baseball great) land.

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