Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

A style of architectural decoration characterized by extravagantly turned spindle work, porch posts, brackets, and railings. Named for an English furniture designer and architect, Charles Lock Eastlake, the style is really a result of American power tools embellishing his peculiar angled and notched furniture designs. Eastlake was not pleased that his name was attached to such excesses. Photo from Detroit, Michigan, 2005. (Foster, 2004)

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