A fine mahogany empire chest of drawers or commode with satinwood inlays. Mythological creatures adorn the upper drawer; when opened, a felt covered surface for writing is revealed along with storage cubbies and even holders for bottled ink.
This pair of quaint European nightstands has simple lines enhanced by a waxed finish, bringing out the warmth of the natural pine. The drawer over door configuration makes them easy to place as side tables or nightstands, & add easy function to a small space.
The soft blue paint is all original on this lovely dome top trunk from Sweden. The monogram and date of 1835 are painted on the front indicating it was likely a wedding present for a couple begining their life together.
It is difficult to find a pair of display cabinets, so this matched set of 2 bookcases makes them a special find. Notice the carved details and open glass display allowing one to show off any collection beautifully.
The soft gray painted finish is captivating in this attractive large chest of four drawers resting on curved cabriolet feet. Note the carved monogram of MHD and HH on lower skirt which adds a graceful and personal touch.
The thick slab top draws one to this rustic console table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, crack and gouge that came from years of constant use( likely in a butcher's shop). It has been restored, lightly sanded and waxed; is strong, stable and ready for use.
This long refectory or library table is from France. Made of solid oak, the impressive turned legs and long stretcher add to its appeal. The raw oak has been bleached, lightening the look which will serve well in today's modern home.
It is the years of constant use revealed in every ding, gouge, stain, paint spill and scratch that enrich the character of this impressive carpenters' workbench from France. The top (alone) is merely 15" deep, allowing this to serve as a unique console table.
This charming antique oak cupboard was given a (newer) black painted finish, that has been slightly distressed to compliment the European country style of the display cabinet. The glass doors allow for beautiful display of any collection held within.
Impressive carving accents the doors of this Renaissance Revival oak sideboard. The applied carved fox and bird on left door and (likely) pheasant on the right along with oak leaves creates a black forest hunting feel to the piece.
This impressive original painted large armoire or "German Shrunk" was built in the traditional manner to "break down" into 2 sections, making it easier to transport and install, all resting on large bun feet. Original hardware includes wrought-iron hinges, lock and key hole cover.
This delightful pine sideboard shows off its European country charm with the original white paint distressed to reveal an earlier layer of blue. Crackled paint, scratches and dings reveal the generations of use that all add to the authentic vintage rustic appeal.
The European country charm of this vintage dresser comes from the lightly distressed & scraped (newer) white paint creating a gentle contrast with the natural pine beneath. The half column side trim also accent the drawers, the top one has a decorative recessed panel.
This English chest of drawers was crafted with a faux bamboo exterior, a style statement during the late 1800's. Balance with 2 smaller drawers over 3 larger drawers, it has been stripped down to the natural pine leaving a fresh, soft feel to the dresser.
This English chest of drawers or "commode" was crafted with a faux bamboo exterior which was a style statement during the late 1800's. Perfect for a transitional, coastal or contemporary home, this chest of drawers has been restored so it is ready for use.
This wonderful pine bench still retains residual original white & gray paint, distressed over decades of use adding warmth to its vintage feel. The open back is a tulip style which was a traditional motif in benches throughout Europe.
The thick slab top draws one to this rustic coffee table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, crack and gouge that came from years of constant use( likely in a butcher's shop). Note the rich patina to the wood.
The thick slab top draws one to this rustic coffee table due to the heavy distress seen in every scratch, crack, and gouge that came from years of constant use (likely in a butcher's shop).
Large and impressive, this French country farm table has been given new life with a bleached oak finish, adding a fresh look to this timeless classic. Note the thickness of the solid oak top and heavy trestle base.
This impressive dining table will make a grand statement in one's home. The base has a strong architectural design, allowing this to be used in wide variety of spaces, from contemporary to urban farmhouse.
This attractive pair of arm chairs were crafted in the early to mid 1800's in China. The majority of the original finish has been worn away through generations of use, leaving a soft, smooth organic feel to the chairs. Note traditional curved and carved elements.
Whether you are ready to read a good book or smoke a cigar, these chairs invites one to sit back, relax and reflect. Vintage club chairs are highly sought after today making this pair a great find. Seat height 20"
The appeal of this stunning set of 10 dining chairs is in the craftsmanship and famous Biedermeier design. The yellow birch glows, enhanced by the gently curved backs and turned legs adding class and sophistication.
Pair of Borge Mogensen high-backed red Sled Chairs. Solid mahogany, adjustable seat and back with loose cushions upholstered in original alcantara, core leather straps. Designed in 1956 and manufactured by Fredericia Furniture, model 2254.
Pair of Göte Möbel stained beach armchairs with original leather and beech frame. Great authentic mid century look and comfort! Seat height 17"
This delightful peg leg chair has a traditional heart shaped cut-out in the back, which brings to mind a quaint cottage in the European countryside. The original dark blue paint is accented by red, yellow and green folk art stencil/painted flowers and flourishes.
Antique grocer's counter from Hungary circa 1890, original paint of steel blue and yellow over natural pine. The back is paneled and painted which makes this cabinet an ideal free standing kitchen island while the open shelving allows for easy access to stored items.
Fun & function abound in this free standing pine kitchen island with 24 drawers. This delightful pine apothecary originally served as a shop counter or storage cabinet. Counters similar to this were used throughout shops in the European countryside in the 1800's.
While you can frequently still find antique pine cabinets, it is harder to find a sideboard with original blue/gray paint such as this one. This cabinet is a charming representation of Swedish country craftsmanship, gently distressed over generations of use.
This highly unusual secretary is a special find. The remarkable folk art painted finish is all original, with brick red, salmon, yellow, blue and green all used to create the delightful flourishes. The interior desk is painted green and holds 8 drawers and the drop down desk top.
This narrow sideboard is a special find due to its unique size and depth. The highly painted folk-art finish is all original. Traditional colors of red, green, and yellow are seen throughout with the date of 1868.
There is something organic and inviting in the thick wood top of this rustic peg leg coffee table. Small but substancial, it is the years of use that have deepened its character, with a wonderful worn patina grown richer over time.
Every curve and carved element in this striking set of eight chairs is reflective of their Rococo styling. It is the intricate marquetry inlay that captures ones attention with peacocks, cherubs, flowers and vines entwining the backs.
Every exemplary detail was well executed by a master craftsman in this Empire secretary. Highly detailed inlaid figures & vines (note the Grecian influence), a sunburst pattern on the feet & masterfully crafted bow front of the mahogany doors and drawer.