Posts Tagged: antiques

3 Types of Beds

Beds are the focal point of any bedroom. A dull bed equals a dull bedroom. Get out of the dull and into the fabulous with a statement making bed that matches our style. Here are 3 types of beds that you can choose from for getting the most out of your sleeping space: Rice Beds:… Read more »

A Chest By Any Other Name

A chest is a very old form of furniture and they can have many different names. Odds are that you probably have one in your home. They’ve been called cassones, coffers, kists,  and trunks. You’ve got your tool chests, toy chests, treasure chests, hope chests, blanket chests, cedar chests… the list just goes on. A chest… Read more »

Perfection Is In the Details

Actor Rodger Halston once said, “When you work on the little things big things happen.” And so it is. Details are like the icing on the cake. Cake is just fine without icing, but it becomes a beautiful, delectable creation when iced and decorated. Applying that same principle to our homes only makes perfect sense…. Read more »

Land of the Rising Sun

    Japan. Literally translated The Land of the Rising Sun. When we think of Japan, we think of beauty and grace, tradition and ritual. Japan is a country that enjoys a wide range of geographical variety including mega cities like Tokyo and Yokohama, islands, mountains, forest, country, volcanic zones, and villages. The climate is… Read more »

Room for You

In a day and age of Rooms to Go, Rooms R Us, and Rooms in a Box, where is the personal touch? These are great for hotels and model homes, but when it comes to your very own bedroom, you don’t need a prepackaged room, you need a space just for you. A bedroom should… Read more »

Sitting Room Only

For generations, modern homes have included such rooms as sitting rooms, parlors, dens, and living rooms. These are spaces in which to entertain guests, relax and unwind, or spend time with the family. We tend to view these terms as synonymous, but there are some differences. The main differences lie in where in the house… Read more »