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Embrace the Warmth of American Craftsmanship This Holiday

St. Lawrence Collection Dining set by Stickley.
Embrace the Warmth of American Craftsmanship This Holiday

As the holiday season unfolds, it brings with it a time of joy, celebration, and cherished moments with family and friends. At Ennis Fine Furniture, we understand the essence of these gatherings and the spaces where they unfold. Our dining room collection, featuring the exemplary work of Stickley Furniture, Hooker Furniture, and Canadel, is a testament to the enduring beauty and craftsmanship of American-made furniture, designed to enhance these moments of togetherness.

The Elegance of Stickley Furniture

Stickley Furniture, with its rich heritage and commitment to exceptional craftsmanship, offers dining tables and chairs that are not just furniture pieces but heirlooms in the making. Each piece, crafted with meticulous attention to detail, echoes the spirit of the Arts and Crafts movement, bringing a timeless elegance to your dining room. Imagine your family gathered around a gorgeously crafted Stickley table, sharing stories and laughter, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

The Sophistication of Hooker Furniture

Hooker Furniture’s range adds a touch of sophistication to your festive gatherings. Known for their innovative designs and high-quality materials, Hooker dining tables and chairs perfectly blend functionality with style. Whether you’re hosting a grand dinner party or enjoying a quiet meal with loved ones, Hooker Furniture creates an ambiance that is both inviting and stylish, encapsulating the joy of the season.

The Versatility of Canadel

Canadel brings versatility and personalization to your dining space. Known for their customizable furniture, Canadel allows you to create a dining setting that is uniquely yours. From traditional to contemporary, their range of styles, finishes, and designs ensure that you can find the perfect match for your home, reflecting your personal style and the festive spirit of the season.

A Tradition of American Craftsmanship

At Ennis Fine Furniture, we take pride in offering furniture that is not just beautiful but also built with integrity and respect for tradition. The American craftsmanship evident in Stickley, Hooker, and Canadel pieces ensures that each item is not just a purchase but an investment in quality and heritage. These pieces are crafted to withstand the test of time, much like the memories you create around them.

This holiday season, let Ennis Fine Furniture help you create a dining space that is more than just a room. It’s a gathering place for love, laughter, and togetherness, enriched by the beauty and tradition of American-made craftsmanship. Visit us in Boise, Spokane and Tri-Cities and discover how our collection can transform your dining experiences into cherished holiday memories.

Upgrade Your Home Office with Ennis Fine Furniture: Where Elegance Meets Productivity

Cirrus Comfort Air Recliner

Upgrade Your Home Office with Ennis Fine Furniture: Where Elegance Meets Productivity

In an age where remote work is becoming increasingly common, the importance of a well-organized, comfortable workspace can’t be overstated. It’s no longer just an area to complete your 9-to-5 tasks; it’s a sanctuary that inspires creativity, focus, and well-being. At Ennis Fine Furniture, we understand this transformation and are committed to offering a premium range of office furniture that not only meets your functional needs but also elevates your work environment aesthetically. From ergonomically designed chairs to spacious desks and elegant bookcases, we’ve got everything you need to optimize your workspace for ultimate productivity.

Discover the Kincaid Farmstead Executive Desk: A Perfect Union of Style and Functionality

One of the standout pieces in our office furniture collection is the Kincaid Farmstead Executive Desk. This desk is a nod to America’s enduring strength and resilience, inspired by the rugged, solid wood roads that formed the veins of early American travel. The Farmstead is a part of the Plank Road collection, which avoids unnecessary embellishments to let the natural character of solid wood shine through. Every solid wood board used in its construction presents its unique character while coming together to tell a broader story. Its organic style seamlessly blends modern and vintage design elements, making it an ideal choice for those who appreciate both the past and the present. The desk comes in two finish options—Stone, a natural brown tone that lightly shades the pine lumber, and Charcoal, which provides a contrast with its Stone finish on the tops, offering a unique two-tone look.

Why Comfort and Organization Matter in Your Workspace

A cluttered workspace can often lead to a cluttered mind, reducing your ability to focus and stifling your creativity. A well-designed desk provides ample storage space, enabling you to keep all your essential items within arm’s reach yet out of sight, fostering an environment of organization and focus. Likewise, complementing your desk with a comfortable, ergonomically designed chair like the Cirrus Comfort Air from American Leather can make a world of difference in your productivity. When your workspace is truly inviting and comfortable, your mind is free to engage in the kind of deep work that leads to innovation and excellence.

Expert Interior Design Services at Your Fingertips

At Ennis Furniture, we go beyond just selling furniture; we offer an experience. Our in-house team of expert interior designers in Boise, Spokane, and Richland is ready and eager to assist you in selecting the perfect pieces for your workspace. Whether you have specific questions about a certain piece or need advice on harmonizing your entire office setup, we’re here to guide you every step of the way.

So why settle for a merely functional workspace when you can have one that’s both beautiful and conducive to high levels of productivity? Visit our showroom or browse our extensive collection online to discover how Ennis Furniture can transform your office into a sanctuary of creativity and efficiency.  

Summertime, Summer Hues at Ennis Fine Furniture

Summertime, Summer Hues at Ennis Fine Furniture

Summertime, Summer Hues at Ennis Fine Furniture

Ennis Furniture understands the profound influence that color and texture hold in transforming a home. As summer quickly approaches, it brings with it the opportunity to refresh your interior design to reflect the vibrancy and lightness of the season. A carefully selected palette and a blend of textures can effectively invite the outside in, filling your home with the warmth and brightness of summer.

Summer color palettes often draw inspiration from nature, with hues ranging from bright floral tones to the deep blue of the ocean. In particular, citrusy shades like lime green and sunny yellow or serene pastels such as sky blue or coral pink can help to re-energize your space. Pair these lively colors with neutral tones to create balance and allow the summer shades to stand out.

In terms of textures, consider materials that echo the lightness of the season. Light, airy fabrics like cotton or linen on your upholstery or drapes add a breezy, relaxed feel. Consider adding woven or rattan elements, which are not only trendy but also convey a sense of organic warmth that’s perfect for the summer months. The key is to mix and match textures to add depth and interest without overwhelming the space.

As you revamp your home for summer, it’s important to choose pieces that will endure beyond the season. Century Furniture offers a range of timeless pieces that can effortlessly blend with your summer palette and textures, and beyond. Their well-crafted furniture pairs beautifully with any design choice, serving as the perfect canvas upon which to display the vibrancy of the season.

As summer unfolds, it’s the perfect time to breathe fresh life into your home. We invite you to explore the endless possibilities of seasonal design with our interior designers who are happy to help assist you. With the right balance of color and texture, you can create a space that captures the essence of summer while maintaining an enduring appeal that transcends seasons. Embrace the beauty of summer with Ennis Furniture, and let your home shine.

 

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.

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.

To the Max!

maximalism designed living room space

To the Max!

In the process of enduring lockdowns with sanity intact, we have rediscovered the inherent value of having a space that one can distinctly call their own. The world has changed, you along with it, and now that you are perceiving your home under this fresh, new light, you are probably thinking that it could do with some updating, too. Perhaps some inventive choices that will keep your personal flair but will also push your look into new dimensions.

Adopting a new design can be quite the undertaking, but fear not: the latest approach tends not to focus on what we want to rid ourselves of and replace with, but rely more on what we already have (and lots of it!) and how it relates to our personal history. But how can it be said that trends are wanting a new, fresh look when the idea is based largely on a connection to the past? Most likely this is due to our collective time spent indoors over the last 12-plus months, perusing all of our memorabilia of times well-lived. Thanks to this, the things that have given us definition to our memories are now being displayed and celebrated not only for nostalgia’s sake, but for gratitude’s as well.

This emphasis on personality and character has bucked the Marie Kondo ideology of the last few years and has instead resurfaced an older, historic school of art thought known as “Maximalism”. Essentially, maximalism is the opposite of minimalism: instead of “less is more,” “more is more!” Now that may sound obvious, but maximalism has only recently bled from other realms of art into interior design; while the priority may appear to be just on “more stuff,” the true aesthetic hinges instead on placement and complexity. Vibrancy of appearance and shape, pattern repetition and variety have their roles to play as well, not to mention an item’s story; how it relates to you or how you acquired it.

Bar none, a maximalist room should be visually arresting when it is entered; the space needs to be layered thickly with pieces that feature intricate patterns, designs, textures and bold hues woven into an idiosyncratic visual theme reflecting your personality. Items should be of varying material, but preferably hearty, well-made objects and ornate, handmade, eclectic ones. While abundance is key, try to keep from too many adornments as the format has a reputation for being cluttered or “busy.”

We suggest a small area or room to start. Proceed by layering color, then patterns and then work outwardly with larger items. To help you manage the style, or contain it to a single location, a Tradewinds Bookcase or Stickley Book Rack would make a great base for a maximalist collage, or as an addition to one already in-progress. Throw cushions, plants and books are easy to accessorize and provide a great place to begin. Not sure where to go from here? Stop in to one of our Ennis Fine Furniture showrooms and our staff of professional designers can consult you on maximalism, or any design you wish to pursue!

Back to The Future With Mid-Century Modern

mid-century modern living room design

Summer months are just around the corner.  This is the time of year when people often begin to think of moving, upgrading, or reimagining their current homes.  If you are thinking of moving into a new home in the upcoming months, or simply wanting to switch up your interior design, exploring Mid-Century Modern styles and motifs is a sure way to brighten up the home.

Mid-Century Modern: The Basics

Although what defines a Mid-Century Modern (Mid-mod) home is somewhat ambiguous, there are some definite characteristics that experts have agreed upon where architecture is concerned. An abundance of natural light, open floor plans carved out through the amplified presence of windows, and generous ceiling spaces.Additionally, floor plans and design features that merge the outdoors with the interior are common elements seen across these mid-20th century homes. The hey-day of the Mid-mod period was from the 1940’s through the 1960s.

In furniture, Mid-mod design aesthetic is often characterized by a “back to the future” look. Sweeping yet narrow designs in metals, woods, and even plastics that meet with leather and fabrics to create a “Jetsons” sense of appeal. It was during the Mid-mod period that designers also played with colors by introducing colors to the American home that previously had not been seen. Colors like orange cream sickle, bright lemon, and yes, avocado green.

Theme Revitalization — Form & Function

First gaining popularity with the public in post-war America, Mid-Century Modern homes have had a resurgence of popularity over the past decade. This is in large part due to their refreshing, natural atmosphere, and practical designs, which persist throughout the home. Particularly, this design has had success with millennials as they become homeowners and seek living spaces similar to perhaps saw in popular media and retro TV shows. Buyers “of a certain older demographic” are also seeking out a Mid-mod look that harkens back to their youth. This design style also lends itself very well to those that are wishing to simplify and declutter.

Your Furniture, Your Selection

Now that you’ve learned more about this style, you are probably wondering what kind of furniture pieces to add to your own home that will help to create a vibrant feeling harkening back to America’s so-called “golden age”. Trimmed wooden tables and chairs are one way to add a mod-feel to either a living room or dining room, and coupled with some contemporary artwork, family and friends alike are sure to be dazzled by your métier in decorative style. Touching up any room with a modern chest or dresser, or the c placement of a fern or succulent in any space is also a surefire way to add that Mid-Century Modern touch.

No matter your age group or your style ethic. This is the season to shine and create your ideal home. Want more information on mid-century modern or other design inspirations? Be sure to schedule an appointment with one of our Ennis design specialists to learn more about what we can do to meet all your design and furniture needs today!

Cabin Fever

country cabin in the winter

Cabin Fever

Has it happened yet?  You know that sense that winter has been here forever and spring, even though around the corner, seems so far away?   Do you have cabin fever?   Instead of fighting this winter phenomenon, we want to suggest you embrace it!  After-all there is much still to appreciate about the colder months.  Especially if you make your home a comfy, inviting sanctuary.

Consider adding rustic or even cabin-themed furniture and accents to preserve the warm glows of winter, and a few well-selected pieces can have you enjoying the colder months indoors again.

A More Rustic Look― The Options are Endless

Traditionally, “cabin” furniture has been considered more masculine, rustic, and woodsy. Despite this, a variety of wood styles and colors can be incorporated into your room to catch anyone’s eye without going all out with actual log-hewn furniture. While log-hewn furniture is wonderful, it is also true, this type of furniture is not for everyone … or for every home.  If actual log hewn furniture does not match your personal taste, solid wood furniture, such as those created by the artisans at Stickley, is sure to appeal to you and your family.

Speaking of Stickley.  What could represent a more versatile design that dresses up your home with understated elegance like their Grand Lodge Collection?  The beauty of the Grand Lodge Collection is its ability to fit comfortably into your winter cabin, urban loft, or suburban home.  And, as with all Stickley furniture, the Grand Lodge Collection has that Stickley quality that never goes out of style.

Another Stickley piece that adds rustic charm to your kitchen or dining area is the Harvey Ellis China Top or a similarly styled rustic curio cabinet to your home.   This Stickley design is rustic but is also oh-so classic and beautiful!

Stickley has been making quality American furniture since 1905 and both Stickley collections, the Grand Lodge and Harvey Ellis, are handmade right here in America.

Mix & Match Your Way

Other “cozy” materials such as leather do not just fit but add perfectly to a more rustic, warm look. Pick dark brown leathers, like those incorporated into this Hancock & Moor ottoman that will lend itself very well to a more rustic theme in your living room or family room area.   Other design elements, such as wood accented wall art, lamps, area rugs, & warm bedding all should be used to round out your cozy home look & feel.  As with all great home design, some anchor pieces, along with additional accent décor, can create a total environment.

While some might want to go all out and decorate an entire home with rustic or cabin-themed furniture and decor, focusing on one room is also a great way to create that rustic retreat you have in mind. Remember that the simplest elements such as warm, simple lighting are a sure way to set the desired ambience in your living space that leave both guests and family feeling like they are at a warm, winter retreat. So, now you are ready to add some rustic comfort into your home.  Here is what you do next.  Visit Ennis Fine Furniture.  At Ennis, we have options that are fit for your home and for you. Come into our store and meet with one of our professional designers to talk about how to customize your home today!