Monthly Archives: April 2016

New Beginnings for Reclaimed Wood

Leah Meldman 28/04/2016

The long journey of our reclaimed wood furniture starts in the heartland of Pennsylvania and Ohio, where it is salvaged from various locations and sorted through by hand in order to determine what can be used. This wood with a rich past starts off on its new life when it is sold to one of our Amish woodworker shops. Here, the next chapter for what is typically yellow or white pine begins, full of life… New Beginnings for Reclaimed Wood

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Curio Cabinet of Curiosities

Leah Meldman 22/04/2016

Whether you are looking to house all of your treasures or camouflage an awkward angle in your home (or both!), curio cabinets serve a wide range of purposes. From classic to contemporary, we’ve got your collectibles covered. The word curio is defined as a rare, unusual, or intriguing object. This opens the door for possibilities, allowing you to extend the purpose of a china cabinet to incorporate even more of your personality. Dishes are welcome… Curio Cabinet of Curiosities

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Sofa and Loveseat Buying Guide

Debra Gingerich 15/04/2016

The sofa or loveseat is often the largest piece of furniture in a room and sets the tone for the style of that room. We all can probably think of an example where a poorly selected sofa had bad effects on the feel and functionality of a space. With so many variations in size, design, and fabrics to choose from, here are some things to consider when buying a sofa or loveseat. Measure your Room and your… Sofa and Loveseat Buying Guide

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Old-Fashioned Board Games for Summer Bonding

Debra Gingerich 08/04/2016

Summer is nearly upon us, and it’s time to think about keeping the kids entertained through steamy summer days. We have many happy memories of school break and time spent interacting with friends or family before the distractions of electronics detached us to different corners of the house. Get the kids (and adults) away from the TV or video games with old-fashioned board games that offer some face-to-face bonding time as well. Aggravation Aggravation was first… Old-Fashioned Board Games for Summer Bonding

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Making 2016’s Interior Design Trends Work for You

Debra Gingerich 01/04/2016

Everyone from interior design bloggers to the Huffington Post has been weighing in on the interior design trends for 2016. They are fun to read and provide some inspiration but what about trends that fit into an existing space and won’t go out of style? Here are ways to incorporate some 2016 trends into your living spaces without a renovation or giving up on quality that lasts. Two-tone Kitchens The two-tone kitchen trend has been… Making 2016’s Interior Design Trends Work for You

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