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Reinventing the Classic Dining Room with Canadel

Canadel buffet in your dining room

Reinventing the Classic Dining Room with Canadel

If you’ve seen any newly-built homes recently, kitchens have begun to shrink from the cavernous amphitheaters of the open-concept to more functional, organized sizes; this means contemporary home design is returning to the distinct, concise room theory. With working from home being more popular than ever, rooms have seen their purpose evolve dramatically, the emphasis now being on a clear division of roles in the household and of course, privacy. In addition to more rooms and less shared expanse, the dining room has been reformed from its reduced role as an undefined, ambiguous area with a table and chairs that merely occupied the space between the living room and kitchen, to a more purposeful, authentic performance. The dining room is a room again, typified by an enclosed set of walls with little to no view of the kitchen. The exclusion of the space from the rest of the house ensures it can operate as intended: a nice, quiet place to share a meal. To keep conversation flowing through the room, a server table–like the Highlands Server from Stickley–can keep a smattering of dishes within arm’s reach while freeing up the main table of unnecessary plate traffic and eliminating second trips to the kitchen. Free from the all-consuming gaze of the television (or any other distraction, for that matter,) the fine dining experience can once again become a mainstay of the home.

Wondering where these trends are pushing up in the furniture game? Just look at china hutches (also called hutch dressers, sideboards or buffets.) Once a commonplace figure in a fine dining spread, hutches have had a steady decline in popularity from the 1960s up until about five years ago. As kitchens and their cabinets increased in size, chinaware storage elsewhere in the home became irrelevant. Thankfully, this recorrecting shift in dimensions has awarded the buffet a new lease on life: it’s back and better than ever! With the ‘grand-millenial aesthetic’ and maximalism at the helm, modern interior design has helped us reshape rooms into vivid expressions of ourselves. The hutches and buffets of yesteryear still provide that fine dining experience but are now being utilized under different contexts and with updated nomenclature. Instead of just china, some have been using them as displays for various curated items: collectibles, art, jewelry, etc. Like the Metal Prism Deck from Sligh, for example; it’s no longer just a ‘china’ hutch, but more so a gallery shelf with a buffet dresser underneath. Lacking traditional cabinetry, the open-air design allows the brass fittings to glint a perfect polished trophy glow. These pieces of furniture have become invaluable to the expressive nature of maximalist design.

At Ennis Fine Furniture, we embrace the wide spectrum of utility a sideboard, hutch or buffet can provide. Many of these pieces are by our innovative contemporary brands, with modern styling and design cues; similar to the classic type, but only in functionality. We have Canadel buffets in stock that are strikingly industrial and contemporary. The Dining Room Buffet–warm, natural solid wood finishes, clean lines and bold wrought-iron black hardware–a lovely modernization of a vintage favorite. Not finding a combination you like? Let our interior designers work with you and the manufacturer to provide custom-built pieces, with a host of woods (ash, cherry, oak, poplar, to name a few) and custom fabrics to choose from. We provide these services because we think fine furniture stores should, bare minimum. Come down to one of our three Pacific Northwest locations (Boise, Richland and Spokane) and see what makes us the standard for fine furniture.

A Blossom of Personality with Kincaid

Kincaid rustic dining table and set

A Blossom of Personality with Kincaid

As heatwave upon heatwave continues to emanate from our unblinking sun, the push to spend the entire month of August inside has perhaps never been as strong as the one from this year’s warm spell. Unless you’ve got a swamp cooler and fan trailing you like a drone around your patio and immediate yard, one can imagine most get-togethers and dining parties will be inside events for the foreseeable future. Those new Venetian Outdoor Living Room sets from Brown Jordan will unfortunately have to wait. No need to fret on this matter; for an invitation to a cooled, bespoke dining room will have your guests wishing they had been introduced to your little oasis a lot sooner! Having spent most of the last two years indoors, it may be difficult to find a fresh take on a room you’re so familiar with, but with the blaring heat outside, an escape to a comfortable area to eat and unwind is a must.

But it doesn’t have to be boring! Wrapping your surroundings with a whisk of new flair will bring peace and comfort to any troubled mind. Not only for your guests, but for the homemaker as well; you have to live with it the remainder of the time, so it should reflect your sense of self. To create this special space, or simply to revamp an existing dining room, recent trends have again left the minimalism and sleek look of the past decade to a more expressive, maximalist style. A ‘blossom of personality’, if you will. Bold, bright, and vibrant colors, with unorthodox, typically-unused hues are the right flavor for your summer-vibing, expressive dining room. Everything from the rug to the rafters can be a blank canvas for expression. However, for those wanting to experiment with just a dash of this new spice, Ennis has numerous tabletop decor and illumination choices to let that vibrant streak be localized to one area. Wildwood is our premier maker of fun and colorful lamp bases, each one a unique blend of impressionistic abstraction and flawless ceramics.

Shabby Chic and Rustic Chic styles have been experiencing a resurgence lately–and lucky for us– as these classics fit in nicely, focusing on the feel the furniture brings rather than its outward appearance; a real and weathered look that reminds us to champion the imperfections we see. Ennis carries multiple manufacturers that harness such qualities. For instance, Heckman has a whole line of beautifully stained cherry veneers, with a deep, distressed look that’s awash in character; a champion of these ideals. Whatever the style family, patterns and ornate designs should be aplenty; the more colorful, the better. Having one whole wall dedicated to a gallery of personal decor (a medley of family photos, self-made art and sentimental antiques) will help firmly establish this homey aesthetic, while still giving a visceral ‘pop’.

Luckily, your local, family-owned furniture store–Ennis Fine Furniture–has been ramping up for this turn of events so we will be ready for your dining room’s next metamorphosis. Take a gander at our dining room sets from Kincaid Furniture. Rustic, workmanlike lines flow along either a brightly-painted colored finish or a distressed wood stain, both offering a strong visual base for our custom-fabric patterns and designs. We have dozens of fabrics to choose from and countless combinations therein; one of our many specialties here at Ennis. See for yourself at any of our locations: Boise, Tri-Cities and Spokane!

Stickley Furniture: Still Made in the USA

Stickley living room furniture, made in the USA

Stickley Furniture: Still Made in the USA

Last entry we discussed the timeless heritage designs that are still being produced by the Stickley Furniture Company, one of our partners in providing exceptional quality here at Ennis Fine Furniture. The company, then owned by the Stickley family, underwent a restructuring in the 1980s when the Audi family stepped in and took over for the next generation of Stickley craftsmen. Still proudly made in the USA, Stickley Furniture Co. continues to promote the Arts and Crafts movement as a distinctly American tradition, limiting the size of its workforce to help preserve, manage and fiercely defend every one of its disciplines on craft; a work culture so passionate it proudly embodies their motto of “to the best of my ability” in every piece it produces. These traditional practices have helped keep Stickley true to its mission statement, but it hasn’t kept the company from expanding its collections and keeping its design profile fresh.

Take the Park Slope Collection. This expansive range began as an update of the classics found in the more traditional Stickley Mission Collection, but it soon morphed into a juxtaposition of modernization and craftsmanship. At first glance, the curves and repeating lines are reminiscent of the Pasadena Bungalow series; the oak spindles take your eye up and down the back of the chairs, bedposts, or settles, giving off a tall, regal appearance. Instead of harking back to the subtle warmth of a more natural wood stain, Stickley has opted to showcase many of the Park Slope pieces in a vivid black sheen. This modern retelling allows for the oak grain to be brooding and dark for times when natural shadows dominate in the room, while also letting it shear off in bright, brilliant refractions when shone in some overhead illumination. The modernization of the Mission look has simplified curves in some places, dramatized negative space in others, and overall has streamlined the movement into an almost minimalist feel. It gives the appearance of a design that’s been beautifully distilled, reduced to only the essential parts needed to pull your eye in from the sensory overload of modern life.

So, if you’re on the lookout for American-made furniture–pieces of exceptional quality and craftsmanship–then it is definitely in your best interest to see what the Stickley brand, motto, and life are all about. Take a trip down to an Ennis showroom, cast your eyes onto one of these inviting designer chairs and let them linger peacefully for a bit, tracing the black-lacquered hemispheres and polished dramatic angles of the Park Slope Collection until you’re ready to plop down in one and experience the greatest feat Gustav Stickley and Co. ever pulled off: making an art form out of simply sitting down.

Proudly made in USA. Made by Stickley.

Stickley Furniture, living room set, made in the USA

Proudly made in USA. Made by Stickley.

To many Americans (and certainly other folks around the world), “Made in the USA” was a phrase once so ubiquitous that it became synonymous with quality of the highest order. For a time, it was the standard for the world. While the emphasis on peerless craftsmanship may still be true, finding this pride adorned on products of any kind today is sadly becoming a more and more difficult task. As this continues to happen, it undoubtedly rarifies the process of things being distinctly American-made. As a citizen of this great land, one cannot help but feel both connected to this sense of pride during our celebrations of Independence, and equally distanced from this notion as many of our homegrown manufacturers, services providers, and other bastions of the industry have more recently sought residency overseas.

That is why Ennis Fine Furniture takes immense pride in being able to offer a long-lasting partnership with one of America’s oldest and most revered furniture makers still operating within the US today: Stickley Furniture Co. What began as the Gustave Stickley Company in 1898, Gustav Stickley and his brothers created a legacy of fine craftsmanship galvanized by a motto in their native Flemish, “Als Ik Kan”: to the best of my ability. Stickley used this principle as the root of their philosophy, while also adding an honest simplicity to his work, favoring pragmatic design and quality of materials over the ornate details and gaudy finishings of the then-popular Victorian and Queen Anne styles. His modernization of the craftsman style made his designs emblematic of the Arts & Crafts movement, so much so that it continues to be popular to this day. For over 120 years, Stickley has continued to be the source for top quality, American-made productions of Mission and Arts & Crafts furniture.

The Mission Collection, first reissued during the company’s restructuring in the late 1980s, has buoyed the Stickley revolution and has been their flagship vehicle for decades. Expanding and contracting since then, the Collection hosts a variety of new pieces but also has the distinction of offering original designs from Harvey Ellis, Elbert Hubbard, and Gustav Stickley that were part of the company’s original catalog over 100 years ago. The Roycroft pieces, some designed by Elbert Hubbard as early as 1906, are a hallmark of the collection. The Roycroft Tabouret for example; a smart and sturdy cocktail table made from solid oak, shares the function-over-form discipline that Gustav Stickley insists be a part of anything that should bear his family’s name, with slick, incognito tongue-in-groove joints, a rich texture of oak grain and the Roycroft’s Orb seared into one side. The Orb, once a medieval symbol signed by monks at the end of a manuscript to indicate one’s best work, was repurposed by Hubbard and given a grand letter R to represent Roycroft, a term itself lent to a carpenter’s work that was actually built for a king. Thus, where ‘fit for a king’ came from.

To see how Elbert Hubbard’s goal of bringing exceptional furniture–craftsmanship truly ‘fit for a king’–to the market was accomplished in his Roycroft designs, visit an Ennis Fine Furniture showroom today!

With Tommy Bahama, All Signs Point To The Beach!

Abaco patio furniture by Tommy Bahama

With Tommy Bahama, All Signs Point To The Beach!

Since 1946, Ennis Fine Furniture has been providing Boise, the Treasure Valley and the Pacific Northwest at large with the highest quality furnishings and room decor. Family-owned and operated since day one, our success in this endeavor has been attributed to our zeal for quality, searching far and wide to provide products that meet our peerless standards. Over 75 years of experience has led us to form relationships that help us work to support that standard of exceptionalism. The brands we treat like family help return the favor by providing our family of customers with pieces that offer the variety, style and luxury the Ennis name has come to be known for.

Our friends over at Tommy Bahama Home furnishings have been providing top shelf craftsmanship for over 25 years, and we have been proud partners along the way. Featured this month during our patio furniture theme, the Abaco Collection from Tommy Bahama Home has all the right ingredients for sizzling summer gatherings or crisp fall evenings. This outdoor collection is a versatile one–over 28 individual pieces–all fully customizable to format whatever space you want to create outside. Perfect for dining in small bistro-esque spaces or large-scale patios, the Abaco is a friend to any backyard in need.

Like every design from Tommy Bahama, all signs point to the beach. This indelible stamp of carefree, breezy living epitomizes the lifestyle of never wanting to leave the company of warm, permanent sands and the soft crash of tumbling waves. Each of the unique fabrics offered through Tommy Bahama is customizable, but they all circle back to this theme: a big, bright day at the beach. Lots of colors criss-cross through the Abaco fabrics, taking inspiration from the crystalized innards of a cracked geode, these plush cushions have a pattern that will pull your guests in with its stirring vibrancy and keep them seated with offers of comfort that cannot be refused.

Support comes from frames crafted in hand-brushed aluminum, wrapped in all-weather wicker woven to resemble the shimmering hides of European leather. Clean and elegant lines bring a contemporary feel to the old world packaging while still minimizing the fuss associated with too much design. It’s great to look at, but it’s even better to sit in; i.e., the perfect chair. And those are just the seating arrangements! The Abaco Collection also provides a host of quality tables, most available with an inlaid white granite top sporting marbled streaks of quicksilver; the neutral hues being a great base for you to explore and express yourself with today’s more vivid, colorful trends.

If you find yourself unable to stop reading and talking about the Abaco Collection, come on down to an Ennis Fine Furniture location and chat with an interior design professional that shares the same passion for outdoor living!

Ennis Quality Patio Furniture is Unmatchable!

O.W. Lee patio furniture

Ennis Quality Patio Furniture is Unmatchable!

With all this precipitation deluged upon us in the last few weeks, it’s hard to believe that it’s June already and the sweltering days of summer will be fast at hand. If you’ve been following the skies, you probably have taken the extra inning of inclement weather as time to gather supplies for the Great Migration outdoors that will be moving people in strides as June slowly burns into July. Eventually the hustle and bustle, the throngs of crowds out enjoying the summer madness will drain your energy and you’ll be hunting for a spot of shade to lounge under and tune out the static for a while.

Hopefully, part of that supply-gathering meant getting the outdoor living area livable again. Taking the time to properly clean your outdoor equipment, sanitize its surfaces and clear dark corners of cobwebs and critters means you are taking the time to make sure this area is enjoyed to its fullest. Storing cushions and other soft fabrics associated with your patio furniture indoors during the winter will help preserve the life of the materials and keep them looking lively, helping to power the space’s ability to remove stress. Making sure this area is well-kept makes it that much more effective in ridding you of the mind’s countless unfinished tasks and ever-running trains.

With the furniture and decoration cleaned and prepped, it’s now time to arrange the area. To preserve the functionality of outdoor living while still having a design or a theme to thread your creative whims around, think about the activities you want from your backyard: barbecues, birthdays, larger events like weddings if you can swing it; knowing what you can get out of your yard will be essential here. You want to stage arenas that coexist with one another without overpowering the space. For instance, too many places to sit and not enough room to roam about will shrink the size of your yard, turning something cozy into something uncomfortably close. If you like to grill, be mindful of this when staging; some like the smell, others can’t stand the smoke. Having it at a distance will help create different energies for the spaces, one end for standing, talking, flipping burgers and preparing food, while the other end has more seating, end tables for drinks and tables for decorative displays, board games or snack trays.

Outdoor furniture with handcrafted, large, buoyant cushions and custom-fabricked arms make for great visual statements, but take up too much room to effectively seat large groups of people. For smaller outdoor spaces, having a seating area that is compact and self-contained is monumentally beneficial. At your local family-owned furniture store, Ennis Fine Furniture, we have many patio furniture makers that supply our showrooms with sets that are this exact specification. Take our sets by OW Lee, for example. The Monterra and Creighton selections, to be exact. Both feature light and slim metalwork to save space and weight, while the hand-stitched cushions appear to run over the edges, providing ample space and comfort on such a shrewd and handsome frame. Coupled with matching fabric chairs, these sectionals circumscribe a fire pit in a picturesque late summer, early fall scene. Want this locale to star in your backyard? Check one out in an Ennis Showroom today! Washington location in Spokane and our original branch in downtown Boise, Idaho.

Custom Built Patio Furniture That You’ll Love!

beautifully designed wicker furniture at Ennis Fine Furniture

Custom Built Patio Furniture That Designers Love!

beautifully designed wicker furniture at Ennis Fine Furniture

Since nature has blasted through the Valley and kindly swept up our winter blues–with the blustery gusts and April Showers cleansing us from the dregs of the previous season–we can now look forward to appreciating the May Flowers in the lowlight of all those warm summer evenings. Of course, the best way to go about taking in the beauty of these blossoms is from an over-fluffed, cushioned seat of a fine patio chair. There is a big difference in experience between those plastic-cast, one-piece outdoor chairs and a well-kept adirondack–something that is not lost on the interior designers at Ennis Fine Furniture. Something we also know is that a piece of fine patio furniture is a different experience altogether even from the latter, a bigger league of comfort than what is available from off-the-shelf furniture makers and providers.

At Ennis, custom-built, custom-fabric furniture is our bread and butter. In business for over 75 years, our fine furniture knowledge and expertise is something of a renowned fact. For instance, if you’ve ever wondered who provides the furnishings for Boise’s premier golf courses; from Hillcrest to Spurwing, their in-house interior decorators flock to our showrooms to shop the latest look in patio furniture. Why? The old covenant, of course: their clients expect only the best. Providing products and services of this echelon means a diligent, hands-on approach and for three-quarters of a century, the Ennis family has made their namesake brand synonymous with this level of quality. Often handcrafted, American-made or at the very least stitched together with the finite precision of a craftsman, our fine furniture selection is not limited to just indoor spaces and upon visiting one of our locations, a member of our design staff will be happy to lead you to our outdoor arrangements.

And upon visitation, you’ll be exposed to our room staging know-how and you can rest assured that no detail is too small to mull over for our team. We can discuss the pros of weather-resistant wicker, the bold and warm tones of wooden benches, and of course the utilitarian ease and appeal of metal, all in various outdoor settings. So if traditional wicker doesn’t strike your fancy, we offer a crisp and clean metal and wood collection from Tommy Bahama, replete with chairs, dining set, and sofa. Each of the chairs and sofa offer fabrics that are completely customizable, a unique feature we are able to offer in nearly every product we sell thanks to our homegrown crew of master furniture craftsmen. Venture into a showroom today to discover the peerless quality of patio furniture that only Ennis Fine Furniture can provide!

Springtime Patio Season – Patio Fusion Curved Sofa

patio furniture by Brown Jordan

Springtime Patio Season

Patio Fusion Curved Sofa

patio furniture by Brown Jordan

The Treasure Valley during the shapeshifting of Springtime is truly a sight to behold; the dull, faded browns that have adorned the bleak of winter have turned coat to a vibrant palette full of emerald foliage and rolling landscapes. A jaunt through the foothills at this time of year reveals a sight more common to Wales or Ireland than to a place technically identifiable as a ‘high desert’. That eternal fresh feeling, the instinctual signal that summer won’t be long is finally upon us! In true Idahoan fashion, we tend to seize upon this opportunity with gusto, uplifting nearly every activity that has been shunned indoors due to the cold and throwing them back outdoors and in all directions. Idaho is commonly (and jokingly) referred to as ‘one giant park’ rather than a bonafide state, and after seeing hordes of people flock to trails, nature reserves, and waterways almost immediately once the weather warms, it’s easy to understand why.

Since we spend most of our summer months outdoors, we’ve grown accustomed to taking the occasional respite in the shadow of a backyard tree or by the babble of crystalline waters. Taking it all in from the comfort of your back patio is a pastime understood no better than by the interior design team of Ennis Fine Furniture, your local family-owned furniture store. In business and in the Valley since 1946, we’ve taken in many-a famous Idaho sunsets from a seat in only the finest hand-crafted, custom-built furniture that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Whether it’s the great outdoors you’re looking to cull a sofa set around to enjoy the long summer evenings or a whole-home interior redoux that’ll change your entire look–including your patio–the renowned designers at Ennis can facilitate any and all of these needs. And even if it’s just a single piece you’re after, they’ll be more than happy to provide recommendations from our partners in craftsmanship.

Take the Patio Fusion Curved Sofa from Brown Jordan. A simple and understated look, with traditional lines that help draw the eye to the function of the piece over its form. It is a solid unit that loudly proclaims comfort with large, buoyant cushions and a cross-weave composite fabric structure that gives the body support while still offering a lightness invaluable to outdoor furniture. Perhaps its most defining feature, the curvature of the sofa allows for an entertainer’s delight, almost like a plush version of an amphitheater’s round, concrete pews. Since the curve of the sofa creates a wide-angle vantage point, you’ll no longer have to place two separate chairs to face either the foothills in the North or Southeast to the Big Sky Country; this one piece can do both! See how this sofa and other Fusion pieces from Brown Jordan stacks up with your outdoor look at any of our Ennis Showrooms, from Boise to the Tri-Cities to Spokane!

Dress Up Your Home- Ennis Furniture Will Help

Holiday Living Room

Dress Up Your Home

Ennis Furniture Will Help

When December comes rolling in, with its numerous holiday festivities and general year-end checklists to be fulfilled, it can be hard not to feel swept along by the current that brings it. It’s no wonder why the scheduling of this time of year leaves a lot to be desired, at least for the level of preparedness it can require. It’s the big leagues, for sure. To a kid, however, this is all a theme park ride of sorts: enjoying the winter break, counting the days down, and letting life flow from one ugly-sweater party to the next. We were all living the yuletide dream while our parents fretted over the countless winter parties, who would host them and what would be consumed during our youth.

Now that we’re older, it’s us who’s asking if we should add a second deviled-egg platter to our spread (the answer is always yes, in case you were wondering) or if the guest bedroom has been properly prepped for the in-laws’ arrival. You’re on your own with the eggs, but the task of readying a spare bedroom for even the fussiest of guests is the bread-and-butter of the Ennis Interior Design team. With your next available moment of free time, come down to our showroom and take a stroll through it; you’ll find our award-winning crew have put together some sets that encapsulate the ideal ‘home-away-from-home’ aesthetic, incorporating warm, natural woods and inviting designer patterns that your guests will wish they could dress up in and wear home.

Or, if buying a whole set right now doesn’t agree with your limited December time table, perhaps starting simply with a single piece might be the ticket for you. Adding a striking piece to an existing set will extend the freshness of the room until you’re ready to do the whole thing over, preferably during a time of year that isn’t so relentlessly hectic. A stately Stickley chair to accent the guest bed, or even, how about ditching the kids’ table this year and merge your family into one unit on a lush and roomy Haverford Dining Table? Or to many other tables like it. From now until December 24th, Ennis Fine Furniture is offering up to 50% off one piece of furniture from nearly every brand and corner of the store (with few exceptions.) Even 40% off your favorite Stickley pieces! Whether your task this holiday season is to find the perfect bedroom set, or discover your family’s new dining table, this sale can begin that journey, even if it is just one piece at a time.

Make Way For The Holidays!

Heckman reunion dining room table

Make Way For The Holidays!

The Holidays are upon us! Are you planning on having guests over to help celebrate the Season but believe your house may be a bit cluttered? Here are some helpful tips that may assist you in clearing up some space for the entertaining you want to do this season. And, at the same time, make your home-space more peaceful and uncluttered.

Donate!

A great way to clear additional room in your home for the Holidays is by donating the décor, furniture, and cluttering items to your favorite charity! Items that you may look at first are, of course, items that have no sentimental value to you. Décor can bring visual and physical bulk and clutter to your living space. You may look around your room and see a dried flower arrangement on a table, desk, or mounted on the wall and suddenly realize you placed it there in 1994. This may be a good time to donate it. Bulky furniture items that tend to trespass into throughways and pathways are perfect candidates for removing to gain space. Think of that old end-table that you have banged your foot on multiple times over the years. Donating it will not only clear more space in your home, but it may also just feel quite satisfying! Tip: if an item truly brings you joy, regardless of how “cluttering” it may be, hang on to it. Your joy is enough reason to have it in your life. For those items you do decide to donate, we can assume they will bring joy to someone else! Afterall, Joy is what the Holiday Season is all about!

Rearrange Your Living Space!

It is amazing how just a little time experimenting with how your furniture and décor are laid out can make a big difference in the usable space of a room. We recommend roughly sketching (or beautifully sketching if you are capable!) your living space out on a notepad with your furniture and décor. Experiment by drawing your furniture and décor items in different locations of the room. Use as many pages as necessary and experiment with different layouts! You will want to pay special attention to walkways, opens areas, and light because your goal is to create more space and less clutter. Once you believe you have the new layout right, it is time to bring in “the troops” to help move your furniture!

Tidy Up!

Look around your living space with a critical eye as this may lead to revelations for making way for the Holidays. Do you have 1, 2, or 3+ too many decorative pillows and or throw blankets taking up space on the sofa and chairs in your home? Removing those items to a linen closet or storage trunk will provide additional seating space and create a cleaner presentation for both you and your guests. Another area of the home that may need attention during the Holidays is your entryway. Shoes, sweaters, & coats that normally reside in these areas can provide clutter and should be organized in appropriate storage areas and closets while you are entertaining. Speaking of the entryway closet- you will want to make sure there is room for your guests’ winter coats when they come to call!

Add Something New!

Nothing can revitalize a room like a new piece of furniture. You may want to “go big” with a completely new take on the room with the new furniture and décor to match, or you may decide just one anchor piece, like a buffet table, is enough. We recommend that you choose an item that gives you joy and will be around for many more holiday seasons to come.

Bring In a Professional!

Regardless of the time of year, if you are ready to bring in a fresh set of eyes to help you reimagine and beautify your space, then it may be time to bring in a professional. The professional home designers at Ennis Fine Furniture can help you reimagine your living space, not just for the Holiday Season, but for your everyday life all year long.



 
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