Posts Tagged ‘Folk Art Family Rug’

Weekly Spotlight: Thankful for Family

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

America-opoly GameMany of us will be giving a little extra thanks tomorrow as we sit down for dinner, so today we are spotlighting five home accents related to family.

America-opoly Game

Many of us still cherish family game nights and taking time out of our busy lives to have good old fashioned fun with our family. This board game is a spinoff of the classic Monopoly game, and features American landmarks and holidays.

Family Puzzle Piece FrameHome Life Antique Tin Sign

Home Life Antique Sign

This metal sign speaks for itself:

“What I love best about my home
is the family I share it with.”

Family Puzzle Piece Frame

Sheep Family Hooked Wool Pillow | Artist Stephanie StoufferAdd a new photo frame to your walls with this fun puzzle piece. It holds two 4″ x 6″ photographs, and is inscribed with the following sentiment: “Our family is like the branches of a tree. We may grow in different directions, yet our roots remain as one. Generations of love.”

Sheep Family Hooked Wool Pillow

One of our newest hooked wool pillows features a charming family of sheep hanging out together in the barn. This home accent adds a sweet image to your family room or an entryway.

Buttermilk Folk Art Family RugCrimson Folk Art Family Rug

Folk Art Family Rug

This rug collection has been in our family for many years, and we are grateful that you have made it a staple in your home for just as long. If you would like to learn more about each Folk Art Family Rugs, just click on the images shown here.

Folk Art Family Rug

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Get the Look: Timeless Rustic Entryway

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Today’s inspiration comes from a beautifully rustic entryway that offers exceptional function and the down home comforts you might find at a multi-generational homestead. You can get a similar look by shopping our catalog and looking out for antique or flea market furniture that fits the style.

The William Farley House | Photo by Doug Towle | via Houzz

Photo by Doug Towle | via Houzz

The Drop Leaf Table in the room above (via Houzz) is gorgeously designed, so for a look that is both exquisite and rustic, our Harper Leaf Table fits the bill. For a larger footprint (and more tabletop functionality) our Square Drop Leaf Table offers just enough tabletop space while still fitting in a smaller room like this entryway.

Square Drop Leaf Table

Square Drop Leaf Table

Harper Leaf Table

Harper Leaf Table

While the table is the object in the center of our line of sight, the second home accent in this space that caught our eye was the Ladderback Chair.

Our Ladderbacks are handcrafted in North Carolina and we recently added an Arm Chair to the collection – just in time to create this beautiful entryway look!

Ladderback Arm Chair in Black

Ladderback Arm Chair in Black

Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern

Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern

Adorn yours with one of our 28 Braided Chair Pads (most in multiple colors and differing fiber content) to add a little more comfort to the chair and decorative appeal to the room.

Onion Lanterns are staples in historical farmhouses and rustic homes, and our Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern offers similar charm as the Lantern above.

Below the lantern is an Area Rug boasting rich colors and handwoven charm. Many of our Area Rugs have similar qualities, but perhaps best for this space is the Crimson Folk Art Family Rug. Its warmth is apparent even in a photo, and tells a tale of hard work, family values and natural beauty exemplified by rural life.

What is your favorite part of this entryway? Have you found the perfect pieces to make your home a rustic charmer? Share your inspiration and stories in a comment below, and if you’re interested in any of the Sturbridge Yankee Workshop home furnishings shown here, just click on their pictures.

Crimson Folk Art Family Rug Runner

Crimson Folk Art Family Floor Runner

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