Summer Chair Sale!!

We love our chair sale- all special orders are 20% off!!  Plus we’ve filled the showroom with a variety of different styles to try and the fabric selections are fantastic.  Hope to see you soon and please feel free to contact us with any...
Jump Into Bed, Layering That Is

Jump Into Bed, Layering That Is

When you’re ten years old you get irrational pleasure in destroying your neatly made bed. When you’re sixteen you spend countless hours hiding out from your parents in bed, day dreaming of your school crush. As an adult there is nothing more satisfying than curling up in bed with a good book or your iPad and precious peace and quiet. It’s just a little less sweet if your bed feels unfinished or plain. Your bed should be a cozy blanket burrito of happiness. It should have yummy layers of softness, texture and color. These five tips will help you create a bed that gives you those irrational ten year old giggles again. Frame it The trick here is to think of your bed as a room all its own. You want to create a safe haven of comfy. When your bed is properly framed it gives you the illusion of being in a cozy nook. The headboard and bed frame are the most obvious way to frame your bed. We love a masculine wood bed frame in a lighter shade of wood for contrast. We also love an upholstered bed frame for soft elegance. If you opt for having a more understated bed frame you can place a bench at the end of your bed to add boundary. Night stands with ample storage are also a great way to frame your bed and serve the purpose of keeping clutter out of sight. Warm & Cold layers This step would seem like basic knowledge but there is one layer most people forget or leave out. Starting your bedding with the...

Summer Showroom Clearance Continues

With summer upon us, we are excited to announce that there are still several “hot” deals remaining in our Summer Showroom Clearance!  We actually just received new items today for our fall line up, so we need to make some room.  One of our best values is a beautiful sofa from Taylor King in a neutral fabric.  You are invited to visit us and sit in this super comfortable sofa & hopefully the floor model will work for you!  Plus, remember to follow us on Social Media for additional photos & promotions.  See you soon and stay...
Do Your Insides Match Your Outsides: Refresh Your Outdoor Space

Do Your Insides Match Your Outsides: Refresh Your Outdoor Space

Outdoor Life: We as humans are intrinsically procrastinators, it is in our nature. So naturally we don’t freshen up our outdoor spaces until the summer heat has arrived and made itself at home. It is not until we are a few outdoor-dinner nights into summer that we notice the, rotting, sun-stained, furniture we are sitting on.This blog is meant to be a simple guide to help you refresh your outdoor space and create your user-friendly sunny sanctuary. First, ask yourself the primary use of your outdoor space. Your focus may be creating a stylish space where kids can play. Perhaps, your focus is geared more toward entertaining large groups. Whatever your focus, it will help you determine the layout and style of your outdoor space. Second, think territories. You want to create a mental outline of which spaces on your patio or deck will be used for which furniture to help keep your space from being cluttered or clunky. You wouldn’t want seating too close to the serving or cooking territory, it might create an uncomfortable situation for your guest. You also wouldn’t want your food preparation too far from your kitchen or the entrance to your home. Rugs are the perfect tool for defining territories. If your have one large space they may come in handy to help you define your space, not to mention add a little color and style. The best, low maintenance, outdoor rugs are usually more synthetic and can be hosed off. Third, choose furniture to suit your territories and the use of the space. Be mindful of how the furniture will be used and...

New Summer Hours!!

We love summer as much as everyone, so we’re going to start closing at 5PM everyday ( instead of 6PM). If you can’t make it  by 5PM & need to make an early evening “after hours appointment”, just let us know.  We are here to...