I’ve been hearing this word lately and I don’t believe I have ever used it in a sentence. So I looked up the meaning: to imagine anew, to rethink, new concepts were just a few definitions. In the Furniture, Lighting Decor magazine I receive, there was an interesting article about this very thing. The article was stating our relationship with our homes has shifted over the past several months.
It is true, our homes have become our offices, restaurants, schools, churches and entertainment centers. You name it, we are figuring a way to do it from home. So you can see, if homeowners notice ways their homes are not serving them, they are considering changes and rethinking ways to make these changes possible. And often, they need to depend on interior designers to assist them with these changes. You might say, the coronavirus pandemic has redefined our life at home. We want to be comfortable and at the same time mindful of expense. We want to create a space that is livable and suits our needs.
An inexpensive way to create comfort, flexibility and the look in a room is to consider table and floor lamps. Torchieres are excellent floor lamps that allow the light to shine upwards. Many homes do not have center ceiling lights and torchieres can help alleviate this issue. Heavy bases on lamps can prevent tipping by a pet or child and can still be decorative. Right now chrome and polished nickel are very popular finishes. Good lighting is essential for offices and for a student’s workspace. We offer all of these types of lamps.
We are in the process of making room for additional fixtures and so, are having a Sidewalk Sale October 1st, 2nd and 3rd offering our overstocked items at very reduced prices. Many of our lamps along with chandeliers, bath fixtures, exterior lighting, fans and mirrors will be offered at great savings during this Sidewalk Sale, so please join us. Enjoy some cookies and a cup of hot cider as you stroll the sidewalk and showroom. Rain will NOT cancel. Thursday the 1st and Friday the 2nd hours are 9-5:30 and Saturday the 3rd will be 9-4. The drop in temperature is refreshing as we welcome Fall and we look forward to seeing you. Please know we practice the safety standards of the County Ordinance and will ask you to do the same.