Simply beautiful: a three drawer chest in pine that is pretty enough to store linens in your dining room (they do that more in Europe) or ample enough to put in the bedroom and stash a ton of clothes in it. This is one you should not let get away.
We're pretty sure this is an antique jag. Anyone know for sure?
When it comes to art, anything goes, but black and white photographs really seem to go perfectly most everywhere.
When I was helping a friend decorate her new home her mom called me a psuedo intellectual for not allowing the television to be front and center over the mantle piece in their gorgeous living room overlooking the river...I insisted they put it in the family room in an armoire they already owned. The mom was probably right about me, but I know I was right about the television. The living room became a treasured adult space, offering fabulous views in the summer and with the fireplace alight on cool winter evenings a perfect place for a quiet glass of wine and a conversation; while the family room was perfect for television viewing and game playing. Husband, wife and children were all happy. How often does that happen?
So we will keep making bookcases and breakfronts to park televisions. Our latest versions no longer conceal the TV, but nestle it amongst shelves with plenty of space for books and treasures. The one below is in waxed pine with relatively simple lines; we can build to your specifications.
Painted antique pine is our passion and both these benches are beauties.
This is a baby bench we make because we rarely find antique benches this small. Available in custom sizes and colors.
Just in is this fabulous four door cupboard in original paint. Although we bought it in England
it is definitely from the continent and dates from the late 1800's.
We picked up a few pieces of what we call industrial chic, tables and shelves made from old industrial parts--
this is an oak top on a metal stand--maybe more Soho then Red Bank, but we loved the look. The photographs are by our friend Melissa Morse who has traveled the globe with her camera in hand and is soon to be famous.
In what we call Paris grey paint, this is a charming country French buffet c. 1870. We'vebeen selling reproduction versions of this for years but it is great to have the real thing. Yes, we know you are seeing this chair everywhere. What makes ours special is the steel strap in the back which makes it surprisingly sturdy for such a lightweight chair.
In the above photo is a 72" carved pine hutch, 96" rustic farm table and the British Cottage bed in white--all made only for us in Hungary.
We also carry chairs and couches in the fabric of your choice, slipcovers optional. Made in America, they have hardwoodframes that are guaranteed for life!
No room is complete without something interesting on the walls. This is one of a series of antique fern prints that we had enlarged giving them a unique, painterly quality.
Our birdhouses, made from recycled bits and bobs, come from England and are all one of a kind.