WELCOME HOME! Maria G purchased a hutch from Millspaugh Furniture last year and just recently completed the set with the matching table and chairs. Maria worked with Pete in our Walden showroom. She wanted a table that could seat family and friends comfortably so she went with the 53″ gathering table that extends to 150″ when all 8 leaves are inserted. “We love both pieces so much, thank you.” You’re very welcome Maria! It’s a beautiful set!
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If you’re looking for an eclectic piece of furniture to entertain with, this angled wine bar might be just what you’re looking for. It features solid reclaimed wood construction in a distressed finish. The weathered teal color, recessed panels and carved relief is an eye-catching focal point for any room. The reverse side is finished in a weathered driftwood color and includes 2 drawer pull-outs, two wine racks, a hanging glass rack and an open base shelf to store your favorite bottle of spirits. Don’t miss out on this unique and functional piece of furniture. If you have any questions call 845-778-1500 and ask for Dawn, or come over to the Warwick store to see it for yourself.
Put the fun back in functional with this lift top cocktail table built out of a whiskey barrel! This fun table is not only functional but a real conversation piece. Available in many finishes, this oak piece also has a matching end table. Imagine yourself having dinner in front of the tv or watching your favorite polo match while sipping on the finest cognac around. There is also plenty of storage in this table for your pillows and periodicals. This table is sure to lift your spirits! For more information on this Furniture Feature, visit Al at our Poughkeepsie showroom or call 845-778-1500 for more information!
Our latest ‘Furniture Feature’ is this refined and mannerly chesterfield sofa with hand driven nail head trim. We chose to show this piece in a royal blue velvet making it a true show stopper. Available in hundreds of fabric and leather options, this classic was originally commissioned to be designed by Lord Philip Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield in the 1700’s for comfort. This piece would be a welcome addition to any home. If you’d like to purchase our Furniture Feature or would like to learn more, please call us at 845-778-1500 and ask for Al in the Poughkeepsie showroom.
-FURNITURE FEATURE- Karyn’s furniture feature is this cozy sofa perfect for the whole family. You can choose 2 different arm styles, 2 different lengths, and 8 different base options as well as hundreds of different fabrics. Not a fan of the nail head trim? That’s optional as well. Need a chair and a half to match? No problem, it’s available! Stop into our Poughkeepsie store and see Karyn about this comfy pick or call 845-778-1500 with any questions!
This unique piece is built for us by an Ohio family. It is much like the old Hoosiers families had in their kitchens in the late 1800’s early 1900’s. This one is built in pine with a maple top on the serving area. The baskets are also made by the family. We show it in a green over red paint but there are many colors to choose from. You can also get it with an overall stain. This piece comes larger or can be custom sized for us. It is a cozy addition to any kitchen or dining room. If you have any questions please contact Robin at 845-778-1500.
This week’s pick is from Al. This transitional sofa is available in multiple lengths and fabrics. Boasting our time honored construction techniques including an eight way hand tied seat spring and hardwood frame which will give you the ultimate in comfort and durability. As shown, this grey soft geometric fabric affords you an updated style; and by simply adding a splash of color, you can change the entire look of this sofa. Please stop by our Poughkeepsie showroom to see this one for yourself! If you have any questions about this week’s highlight or would like to purchase, contact Al at 845-778-1500.