Town and Country Furniture was founded on the principal that successful design is not about just making something beautiful – it’s about helping clients build an experience they love, and never want to leave. It’s about mixing new and old, expensive and everyday, the crazy fun and seriously sentimental. It’s about opposing the typical and falling for the unconventional. Here’s some inspiration…
These patterned paint rollers from The Painted House are clever tools for recreating the look of traditional handmade block-printed fabric or wallpaper in your home. Reusable and interchangeable, the rollers come in 9 different designs, with a choice of two applicators, one for use on fabric and the other for papers and walls.
Covet Garden is a different kind of design magazine. The spaces they feature have not been styled by interior decorators. They reflect the passions and interests of those who live in them. We thought you might find inspiration from the uncommon and attainable décor ideas. After you are all inspired, we invite you to stop in at our Shelburne Road showroom!
Three photographers from the Northeast Kingdom have mounted an exhibit that explores photographic expression using both antique and post-modern methods. Chris Esten, Linda Bryan, and Thea Storz are showing at the Quimby Gallery at Lyndon State College during the month of November, 2012. The three women have produced images that have common themes and concerns, yet are diverse in their approach.
Triple Vision: Seeds of Tradition in Contemporary Photography
Opening: Friday, November 2, 6 pm
Quimby Gallery at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, VT
Exhibit runs November 5 through December 5, 2012