Finding the right place for your child to do homework is a great way to start them off on the road to success. Ideally, you are looking for a calm, quiet, uncluttered, well-lit space that has easy access to the supplies your young student n... Read more »
Some people love the polished cohesiveness of a pre-planned matching living room set package bought in the store. The pieces are already in coordinating styles and appropriate scale to work well together. By seeing the pieces placed togethe... Read more »
Kids and pets live in a space with a different kind of vigor than adults. There is often free-spirited rambunctiousness, joie de verve, and of course messes. Whether it is thundering feet running through the house, wagging tails or tufts of... Read more »
Casegood is a term used in the furniture industry to refer to non-upholstered wood furniture, typically for living room, dining room and bedroom. This includes dining tables, china cabinets, coffee and side tables, media centers, dressers a... Read more »
At Furniture.com, we get lots of questions about the difference between a kitchen table and a dining room table. The quick answer is “the only difference is the room it’s in.” But the full answer goes a little ... Read more »
As the transition into and out of your home, the best entryways are both welcoming and functional. Make sure your entryway is both by outfitting it with these great finds:... Read more »
Tall or short, wide or narrow, accent cabinets (and accent chests) are versatile additions to any home. Have an empty wall, bare corner or unfilled nook? Need a place to store small household items, toys or family games? L... Read more »
With our hectic lives and busy households, keeping all of our stuff organized at home is a constant challenge. But adding extra storage around your home is a great way to win the battle against clutter.... Read more »
Nothing warms up your space like an area rug. Getting the most out of your rug means keeping on top of routine cleaning and care. . . .
Mid-century modern refers to a design movement during the 1940s through 1960s that featured clean lines, open spaces, geometric shapes and soft organic curves all with an integration of new materials in building, furnishings and art. . . .
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. . . .