Not a week goes by without one of our clients proclaiming that they have featured Century Furniture in their homes for decades. Harley Ferguson Shuford, Sr. established Century Furniture Company in 1947 and he built a plant in Hickory, North Carolina. In 1952, Mr. Shuford hired Raymond K. Sobota to design for Century. Sobota’s forty year relationship with Century is considered the reason Century was known for style and .
Fu Dogs Who? Fu Dogs are staples in home decor known for their highly stylistic features and ability to blend into any environment. They have a rich history which spans back thousands of years to the Han Dynasty. Fu/Foo Dogs or correctly known as Fu Lions, meant to be positioned in pairs, are highly auspicious symbols believed to protect the building from harmful spiritual influences. Proper placement of the pair is vital to .
Angelo Donghia, acclaimed interior designer, born in Vandergrift PA in 1935. Working in his father’s tailoring shop as a child, he grew an eye for design. His father actually gave him his first interior design job! He founded Donghia Furniture Inc. in 1968. Donghia Headquarters in New York expanded to their first showroom in Los Angeles in 1976. He had a unique modern approach to interior design and transformed .
You Can Go Antiquing in Palm Beach From the Comfort of Your Couch There are more than a few reasons why Southerners make the trek down to the Sunshine State every year: families flock to Disney, foodies are lured by fresh catch, and pretty much everyone can appreciate the peninsula’s miles and miles of great beaches. It’s the most stylish of these tourists, however, that go for one important .
Antiquing on a Historic Florida Highway—From Your Couch If ever there was a stretch of road in the South that offered vintage and antique lovers their own kind of paradise, it might just be the slip of South Dixie Highway that runs smack through the middle of West Palm Beach. Design dreamers have flocked there for decades to sift through shops selling fifties, sixties, seventies, and eighties decor shed .
John McGuire and Elinor Stevenson met on the eve of World War II; he was in the Navy, she was a navigation instructor. They fell in love and got married after the war, eventually settling in San Francisco. At first, there was no sign of what was to come. He worked at Standard oil and then sold newspaper ads for the San Francisco Examiner, she worked for Boeing Aircraft .
Not a single day goes by that one of our customers doesn’t inquire about vintage lucite furniture they are searching for. The popularity of this style is remarkable. Lucite, associated with decor of the 1960s and 1970s, was introduced by DuPont in 1936, the same year Rohm & Haas debuted Plexiglas. That’s right, the difference is a trademark! World War 2 put a stop to the design of the .
FLOWER March/April 2020 Issue: Flower Power!!! What a TREAT to spy Ellen Kavanaugh and her AMAZING team featuring Madison Way including pieces from Circa Who in their GORGEOUS Palm Beach Pied-a-terre project. -Thank YOU Ladies- ALWAYS a PLEASURE
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