te piece of con-Aside from the ndling of rather '<1 not be much. ioret and staud the table which uction—drawers nereaae the diffi-ole and yet not e the talile an ble problem for ture problem is lowever, and the and one or more drawers or other compartments. The requisites of good design call for simplicity. It will be necessary, therefore, to combine the three parts of the table above mentioned in the simplest possible way, adding to the bare necessities in the combination that finesse which will result from the use of a few carefully modeled lines and appropriate fittings such, for example, as those constituting a family of rounded corners, beveled corners, protruding parts, etc.
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