This week we focus on grand pieces; single items that make dramatic statements either on their own or paired with your own personal collection. As always, stop by anytime, Monday-Saturday, 10AM-6PM, give us a call at 503.222.6122 or email us at email@example.com with any questions.
A carved, dark walnut, four-poster bed from Drexel Heritage ($1100), called the ‘Portobello Byron,’ creates an impressive space in your bedroom–SOLD. Pair it with the matching ‘Portobello Monaco,’ eight-drawer dresser ($995)–SOLD to finish the scene. An elegant, six-piece king bedding set from the French Quarter, done in a sophisticated color palette, originally retailed for $1970, priced here at $795–SOLD. Brand new to the showroom today, is this pair of Asian woodcut panels, measuring 4 feet by 4 feet each, depicting an erupting volcano, with a gold-leaf background. Priced at $850 for the pair–SOLD.
Ideal for a guy’s night of poker, this 60″ square, fruitwood bistro table has plenty of room for cards and snacks, and invite the whole crew over; the set includes eight slatted stools, priced at $2000–SOLD. Laying across the top is a fabulous, industrialized copper and iron, three light chandelier from Hart Associates. Still with its original price tag attached of $7919, we have it priced at $1900. And adding brightness is a beautiful, patterned-blue cotton tablecloth, priced at $15–SOLD.
This pair of creme and beige houndstooth, Stendig chairs offer retro sophistication, priced individually at $850–SOLD, and match perfectly with this fun, chrome and glass side table for $95–SOLD.
For a unique statement, we love this shuttered-door cabinet, imported from Asia, and fashioned from salvaged architectural pieces. The hand-waxed finish and striking distressed wood, will be sure to start conversations in your home. Priced at $2500–SOLD. Lying across the surface: a magnificent custom garland, trimmed in red and gold, from R. Bloom’s. Measures 10 feet long and priced at $175–SOLD.
We hope to see you soon!