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Ingalls Bed

In 1909, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house for J. Kibben Ingalls in River Forest, Illinois. Wright’s floor plan offered open space and plenty of sunlight which Mr. Ingalls hoped would foster the health of his children.

The Ingalls Bed is based on Wright’s original twin bed design created for the Ingalls House. It was re-issued in 2007 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont. Each piece bears a unique serial number, its date of manufacture, and the signature of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Meyer May Beds and Cases

In 1908, Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house, furniture, fixtures, and linens for the Meyer May family of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Meyer May was a progressive, forward thinking clothing retailer in the city.

The Meyer May Bed is based on the twin bed design Wright created for the May House. It was issued in 2006 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont. The Meyer May Nightstand was adapted by Copeland Furniture from other bedroom case pieces designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the May House. It was issued in 2006 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont.

The Meyer May Tall Chest and Mirror are constructed to Wright’s original design. They were re-issued in 2006 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont. The Meyer May Dresser adapts Wright’s original design to modern storage needs. The original dresser had three large drawers, each long enough to accommodate the full length of a ladies dress. The adapted dressers have 6 or 10 drawers. They were re-issued in 2006 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont.

Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Meyer May Dresser Mirror to fit the Meyer May 6 drawer Dresser. It was re-issued in 2006 by Copeland Furniture of Bradford, Vermont. Each piece bears a unique serial number, its date of manufacture, and the signature of Frank Lloyd Wright.

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