Nancy Hiller’s swift-selling “Kitchen Think” is now back in stock in our warehouse and ready for ordering. We ordered lots of copies, so we should have plenty of stock for the coming year.
If you are on the fence about buying Nancy’s book, you might want to read a new review of it in Bloom magazine that states: “Furniture designer and builder Nancy Hiller works as deftly in ink as she does in wood.”
Speaking of reviews, Highland Woodworking’s book reviewer, J. Norman Reid, has a review of “Good Work: The Chairmaking Life of John Brown.” Reid was reluctant to read the book, but gave it a go anyway.
“But I picked up this book somewhat reluctantly, perhaps because it’s a beautiful book, and then something unexpected happened. I got hooked, on the book, yes, but especially on John Brown the man.”
Check out Reid’s full review here.
— Christopher Schwarz
1 thought on “‘Kitchen Think’ Back in Stock (Plus 2 Reviews)”
Well worth buying and reading, if nothing more than for a sensible opinion based on actual experience! I can understand and appreciate some of the methodology with the dominant flatpack/mass produced kitchens which I have installed but they do have drawbacks. There are some very pertinent and insightful observations not just about the construction but also the the functionality and methodology of kitchens in general which ring very true with my own experiences. Nancy has made my life easier with this publication by way of case examples which I can show to some of my customers .
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