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The Beauty of Burl Wood

Known world-wide by artists and craftsman for its unique nature and beauty, burl wood has an irregular grain pattern that is highly coveted for its rarity. In furniture it lends itself to graceful veneers and inlays that add exquisite detail to the pieces they adorn....   Read more »

Design Tricks to Maximize a Small Space

Small spaces create unique design challenges. How do you make a small room both functional and personalized without overwhelming the place? Here are some of our favorite design tricks to help you make the most of your tight quarters:...   Read more »

Demilune Tables

Demilune is a French term meaning half-moon, a beautiful name for these crescent shape tables. With no front corners and a shallow profile it is an exceptionally great choice for tight hallways and entryways....   Read more »

Getting Organized: Bathroom

Keep extra towels handy. Organize soaps and lotions. Contain toiletries. Making the most of the space in your bathroom might mean thinking outside the “bath” to add functional storage to give it a spa-like feel....   Read more »

Dining Chair Heights

Just as dining tables are available in three different heights, the chairs to fit with them are as well.   An ideal pairing for comfort is about a foot difference between the seat surface and the table top....   Read more »

Dining Table Dimensions

The dining table is a major focal point of any home. It's where family and friends congregate to share stories, laugh, and enjoy home-cooked meals. Dining room table dimensions and shapes can also set the mood of the room. Rectangular is refined and circular is cozy, while oval and square pieces strike a calm balance between the two. When trying to...   Read more »

Dining Room Table Heights

While the standard height for a dining room table is 30 inches off the ground, today’s open concept living and on-the-go lifestyles often lend themselves to new and interesting alternatives.  Here’s the scoop on standard, counter height, bar height tables....   Read more »

Caring For Wood Furniture

Maintaining the beauty and luster of your wood furniture is easy with a bit of diligence and care. Some wood surfaces get more use (and abuse) than others.  Living room tables and everyday dining tables get constant use.  They are regularly exposed to food, drinks, fingerprints and more.  They need to be checked daily and cleaned fre...   Read more »

How To Baby-Proof Your Living Room Furniture

Having a baby in the house puts your living room into a whole new perspective.  There are changes you’ll want to make from day one to prepare for extra spills and create soft secure surfaces.  Though many babyproofing changes don’t need to be made until your little one is mobile doing them right away is best.  Here are so...   Read more »