Florida cracker architecture is a style of vernacular architecture typified by a wood-frame house. It was widespread in the 19th century and is still popular with some developers as a source of design themes.
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We were in need of a corner TV stand for our loft that would fit snug, yet still allow a flat screen to fit without hitting the walls. Something store bought was out of the question, so I turned to my brother in law who mocked this up in Google Sketchup. The initial design was based around a single pallet. We used a few top boards from another pallet as some were too rough or cracked. Taking the better part of a day to tear the wood down and build from scratch, we ended up with this stand that fits the TV and components perfectly. 2b1af7f3a8