Design & Style

A Sampling of Adirondack Cabin Country Art

Simple, Rustic Beauty
By Mark R. Johnson
Published: April 16, 2010
Photo by Jerry & Jessica Farrell

Cabin owners are the patrons of regional art. If it weren’t for vacation homes there’d be a lot of starving artists out there, and if it weren’t for the artists, cabin walls, tabletops and shelves wouldn’t be nearly as interesting.

And in the Adirondacks, no discussion of art is complete without looking at the furniture. The Adirondack’s unique, heirloom-quality handcrafted furniture is rooted in a strong tradition that dates back to the halcyon days of the region’s great camps. And it’s still crafted today by passionate, talented artisans, some of whom are listed here.

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