Asian cabinet, bar stools, bedding, bistro table, consignment, copper, crate and barrel, drexel heritage, four poster bed, French quarter, furniture, gifts, hart associates, holiday decor, shutter door, stendig, woodcut panels
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!