Home Sweet Home


Lindsey Hughes, Staff Staff, September 1, 2009

Traditionally styled classics feel warmly familiar and provide a welcoming mat of homey comforts. Carved architectural detailing and scrollwork recall the elegant touches of Old World styling while copper, mahogany, muted green and smoky blue tones paint a tranquil scene.

Covington floral paisley rug
Smoky blues mix with rich neutrals on the Covington floral paisley rug from Couristan. Hand-hooked of 100% fiber-enhanced polypropylene, the design is mold, mildew and water resistant.
Taranto planter Bathed in a cloudy green hue, the Taranto planter is from Alfresco Home's Terra Fresca Collection.
Evoking the grace and style of classical wall fountains, the four-piece architectural wall decor set from Kirch is hand-carved from cold cast copper and will develop a natural patina over time. four-piece architectural wall decor set
Available in mahogany and ebony finishes, Two Palms Casual's wicker table is handcrafted of rattan and wicker in a classic 3-D conical shape. wicker table
Bella chaise lounge Elegant curves and tapers characterize the Bella chaise lounge from Parker James, spotlighting a mixed wicker and aluminum construction.
Opal dining chair A honey brown hue coats the classically styled Opal dining chair, designed by Dick Bjork for Jensen Leisure Furniture.
  The Malibu modular sectional from NorthCape International features UV-protected durable flat-weave resin on a powder-coated aluminum frame. Malibu modular sectional
Designed to capture the flavor and elegance of Old World styling, the Madrid Collection from Pride Family Brands features an open, airy cast back design, gently curved cast arm supports and oversized cushion seating. Madrid Collection



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