Summer Lovin’ Happened So Fast…well-a well-a save big before our Summer Bedroom Sale is Gone.
It’s here people! Summer has arrived! I don’t know about you but it’s one of my favorite times of year. I love the days and nights filled with sun. I love the BBQ’s it brings family together for. The bright mornings and hot days. I love how everything is so green and full of life. Oh I could go on and on about the things I love about summer but I’ll save you from my tangent.
This summer why replace the furniture in just one room when you can save on two?!
Do you find yourself making lists? Are you usually knee deep in five different projects? Perhaps you’re on the phone while sending an email and watching the news? Well multitasker, you’re in luck. We’re kicking off the summer with a Living Room & Home Office Sale.
Great Savings to Kick Off Your Summer This Memorial Day.
Don’t let endless checkout lines, full parking lots and packed roadways ruin your holiday this Memorial Day. Relax and enjoy opening up your summer cottage with family and friends. BBQ, sip a cold craft beer or mojito and get in gear for the fun and fleeting summer season.
I’ve noticed recently there seems to be a great divide within the dining space world: formal dining room versus eat-in kitchen. Most homes that I’ve been to recently seem to have a combination of the two. Homes are now designed or renovated with an open kitchen that flows into a designated dining space, but they are no longer separate entities.
Freshen Up Your Home This Spring With Timeless Shaker Furniture
I’m on Pinterest and Houzz daily and my social media newsfeeds are usually drowning in posts from home decor and interior design magazines and bloggers. Occasionally I’ll stumble upon a bed with an outlandish headboard or a bedroom with a very specific theme (think Extreme Home Makeover) and I’ll wonder to myself, “What are you going to do in a few years when you don’t like the decor anymore? You’ll have to completely redo the room and buy all new furniture.” To me, a room designed with a subtle theme and transformative furniture makes more sense.