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There’s just something about an antique chair, table, or dresser, that brings a bit of style to, almost, any home. It may look like you’re walking into a museum, only you get to actually sit on the furniture.
I enjoy antique furniture because it has history; has its own stories. Unlike a big box store piece, that you put together yourself, a piece of antique furniture has its history built and etched into it.
Even if the furniture only appears to be an antique, it can still feel like owning something from the past. The care and craftsmanship that once went into furniture a hundred years ago is still being used to reproduce antique-style furniture, today.
The nature of discovering antiques, very often, is that you may be able to get one piece; a chair here, a dresser there, but you may not be able to acquire an entire matching set, short of stalking estate sales. If you are redesigning your living-room or your bedroom, matching seating or bedding to tables or dressers, may not make one bit of difference. But, if you would like all of your dining-room chairs to match one another, that may be another story.
But, all hope is not lost. If you’re looking to renovate your dining-room with antique style, and seating that matches, then take note that Laurel Crown has antique reproduction dining chairs.
Laurel Crown makes hand-crafted, antique reproductions and custom furnishings. Specializing in Chippendale, French Provincial, and Victorian furniture, they are an antique-lover’s dream. Whatever you’re looking for, be it accents, bedroom or living-room furniture, they make it. If you can’t find what you’re looking for or you’re looking to reproduce your great-grandmother’s hutch or your aunt’s old china cabinet, Laurel Crown will make that for you, too.
I admit, that I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time surfing their website, but I have an affinity for antique bookcases and vanities.
Do you have a love of antiques? An old memory of an antique piece a family member used to own? Are you an antiques hoarder? Feel free to contact me and share your experience. I’d love to hear from you!