Thursday, April 30, 2015

New Line!

Allow us to introduce you to Universal!
This new furniture line is now available on our floor or special order. Universal defines themselves as: good, affordable, smart design. They style their pieces to be as classic and beautiful as they are functional and practical. Check out some of the great Universal pieces here on our floor...

Summer Hill Dressing Chest $1,229  46" X 19" 50"
(*features top drop for DVD player)

Summer Hill Woven Accent Queen Bed $1,099  67" X 87" X 58"

Footboard height 18"

Summer Hill Nightstand $659  28" X 20" X 30"

Featuring hidden outlets and phone jack!

Summer Hill Round Dining Table $959  30"h X 50"-70"d (with 20" leaf)

....also see last week's post for even more Universal!

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Warm It Up!

While last week's neutral color scheme was on the cooler side, this week we warm it up with woods and beiges. Some of the featured pieces in this post are old favorites but a couple are a sneak peek at a new line we are carrying. These wood pieces are traditional and convertible and we love them!

Put Your Feet Up! $659 44" X 44" X 19"

With storage and a built in dining tray or desk space!

Paula's Table #1,179  44" X 76" (extends to up to 112" with two 18" leaves) X 30"
Shown with Vista Side Chair and Paula Side Chair $269/each

Manhattan Sofa $1,199 base price ($1,699 as shown in Queen Putty)  84" X 44" X 36"

The Grove Coffe Table $999 40" X 40" X 18"

Cannes Ottoman $399  32"d X 19"


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Shades of Gray!

This week's color feature....gray! 
Some may argue that gray is a non-color but shades of gray have become the new neutral in many homes. Color can be tricky when choosing what you are going to use to decorate your space so when considering big pieces we often tend toward a more neutral hue and accessorize with pops of color that can easily be changed and rearranged. So if you are looking for neutral but prefer something beside browns, beiges, and taupes let us suggest some gray! Gray is solid and stable, creating a sense of calm while giving your space a sophisticated and fresh look! 

Pinecone Hill Bedding on Channing Iron Queen bed $1,879

Melizorro Lamp $199

La Jolla Sectional $2,697 base price ($3,297 as shown in Cachet Mineral) available in many sizes & configuarations

Chartreuse Grand Sofa $1,099 base price ($1,299 as shown in Key Largo Pumice)

Middleton Dining Table $1,699 with Blair Dining Chair $389


Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Feeling Blue!

Most of us have a certain color or a couple of colors that we are drawn to and tend to use over and over. These colors represent something about us or appeal to us in one way or the other. Th predominant color and coordinating accessories you choose to decorate with can be a true statement about you and your family. Carrying out a continuous color scheme is a great way to pull all the rooms in your home together for a consistent and polished look creating a flow that gives the impression of bigger, more open space. As an added benefit, having the option to use pieces interchangeably from room to room gives you the ability to change the look of your home anytime you want without spending a dime! 

Blue is frequently a color scheme we feature on our floor. Blue is often used to describe a feeling of sadness but it is said to be the color most associate with tranquility and peace. It reduces stress and creates a sense of calm and relaxation. We love using blues to bring a little outside in!  

Pinecone Hill bedding

Nautical themed pillows $75 each 

LEE Perfect Pouf $379/each as shown in Tortoise Navy (base price $269) and Jute Demi Pouf $139

Organic indigo prints $459 each 43" X 33'

Silver framed print $189  34" X 34"