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Medieval life used diverse types of furniture.

In the household:

  • chairs
  • stools
  • tables
  • beds (also used as couches in daytime)
  • trundle/camp beds (beds that pack down/hide away during the day)
  • chests (for storage of goods)

In the church:

  • benches
  • lecterns
  • altars

by scholars

  • scribes desk

Some links to furnitures construction: