The 3 drawers over 3 doors configuration creates a wonderful look while providing great function in this lovely French sideboard. The oak has been bleached, which shows off the lovely aged grain of the wood while adding texture and character.
The 3 drawers over 3 doors configuration creates a wonderful look while providing great function in this lovely French sideboard.
This long sideboard shows off its French style in the carved panels and lovely details along the skirt, door & drawer panels. The bleached finish gives it a fresh and welcoming look for today's modern home and it sits gracefully upon cabriolet feet
This chairs shows off Danish baroque carving; notice the curve of the arms, turned columns and carved crown and feet. The leather seat and upholstered back create and enduring look that will remain classic and comfortable for years to come.
This impressive baroque farm table creates a strong presence after 200 years of use. Note the distinctive baroque legs, dovetail joints, wood pegs used as nails and metal reinforced ends. Restored and waxed, it is strong and ready to be used.
This stunning secretary is made of birch wood with a shellac finish which brings the wood to life. The wood grain appears to glow from within, and the detailed drawers and classic Biedermeier black columns complete the overall classic look.
It is the lovely carved floral details along the panel doors and simple geometric carving along the upper drawers that sets this sideboard apart from others. Even the simple inlaid star in the center of each door adds a special touch
The French style of this tall sideboard is seen in the stately lines of the panels and canted sides. There is a slight curve to the drawers which creates a “crown” along the top as well.
Charming antique pine cupboard with (newer) pale blue painted finish The scalloped edging adds a touch of grace while the bonnet is a traditional Swedish style element. This cabinet is made in 2 pieces; the top can easily be separated from the base.
A kubbestol is a traditional Scandinavian chair made from a log. This one is scaled small, evidently made for a child. Every knot, crack, and sign of wear adds to the intriguing appeal of this hand-hewn stool. Seat height 16"
This handsome gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 23" deep console table. Metal "handle" were added underneath for ease of use.
At 7.5' long, this old farmhouse table will serve well in today's modern home. The trestle base with pegs made these tables easy to take apart, transport and assemble quickly and easily. Restored, this is in strong/stable condition w/ wax finish.
This fascinating 6' table holds visual intrigue due to the carved wood and iron base. Notice the carved scalloped and curved details accented and supported by the wrought iron scroll work of the unique base.
This striking gateleg dining table is also known as an English wake table with drop leaves. The large oval shaped top has 2 drop leaves, so when closed it serves as a 22.5" deep console table, when fully opened it is 58.5" deep.
Stately and elegant, this tall white gustavian pine secretary shows off with the distinctive diamond details in the door panels. Also known as a bureau, this secretary would have been a "signature statement piece" in a well to do country manor.
The graceful lines of the gustavian period are seen in the tapered legs of this lovely Swedish dining table. It is the (more recent) white painted finish that captures the eye and adds a touch of romance to it as well. One removable leaf at 18" deep/69" total length.
It is the perfect aged patina and finish that draws one to this classic gustavian sideboard. The original white paint has been distressed and rubbed off, revealing an aged red trim and the natural pine below. The diamond motif was a traditional Swedish style element.
This stunning chest of drawers is a wonderful example of French marquetry craftsmanship. Note the exquisite inlay with balanced contrast of light on dark/dark on light in mahogany and birch. Turned columns with gold gilt finials elegantly flank the drawers.
This amazing original painted large armoire was built in the traditional manner to "break down" into 4 sections, making it easier to transport & install, all resting on large bun feet. The original polychrome painted finish has brown, blue & cream colored accents.
The blue painted finish is captivating on this large oak chest of four drawers. Enlarge the photos to appreciate the balance of blue paint and gold trim (with red undertones) which are all perfectly distressed to reveal the natural oak below.
Impressive in size at over 9' long, this French oak library or refectory table is visually stunning with its heavy turned Baroque legs and 4 supportive stretchers. Notice the monogram of PCH carved into the center.
This classic Swedish sofa has refined lines and simple gold accent medallions which add to the understated elegance of the piece. Also considered a settee or chaise lounge sofa, the seat and cushions may easily be re-upholstered with modern fabric.
A kubbestol is a traditional Scandinavian chair made from a log. This one is scaled small, evidently made for a child. Every knot, crack, and sign of wear adds to the intriguing appeal of this hand-hewn stool. Seat height 14"
This cabinet is a charming representation of mid 19th century Swedish craftsmanship, from both the cabinet maker and the painter that created it. Notice the carved and painted details that frame each panel door? The original lock and key still function.
This exceptional trunk is a wonderful example of Swedish craftsmanship.. The lovely patina of the original teal blue paint has softened and distressed over countless generations of use. Note the monogram of B&M and date 1788 inside a garland of flowers.
This fabulous armoire is a perfect example of Eastern European folk art paint. In addition to colorful floral bouquets, gaze to the upper bonnet to appreciate the portrait of a queen and the date of 1839 which is clearly visible.
The traditional folk art of the late 1800's into 1900's included floral motifs painted along the front and back such as this one with green floral wreathes and red flowers. The 2 bench seats lift to reveal hidden storage below.
The soft colors of blue and white lovingly detail the floral bouquets on the front and side panels of this unique find. It is actually a flat top trunk raised up on four legs, creating a unique side table with hidden storage.
This charming single door armoire is in excellent original condition. The case is painted with traditional floral bouquets painted on the front panel and canted sides. The colors show a deeper patina aged through the years. The original lock mechanism still works.
It is the incredible aged patina of the pine that draws one to this traditional Swedish corner cabinet. The original white painted finish has been greatly distressed over generations of use, worn down to reveal the natural pine below. This is a much sought after authentic aged patina.
Fun and function combine in this free standing pine kitchen island with 12 drawers. This delighful pine cabinet originally served as a grocer's shop counter or storage cabinet. Free-standing, it would be ideal as a kitchen island or large bathroom vanity.
Traditional side trim, bun feet and carving along the crown are traditional style elements seen in this antique pine bookcase. Notice the interior shelving arrangement; at some point a small hanging rod was included in this cabinet.
The half column detail and applied diamond elements along the canted sides and carved feet elevate this traditional chest of drawers to something more special. This pine dresser is restored & the natural beauty of the wood is drawn out with a wax finish.
The half column details add a refined touch to its "presence" against the clean lines of its simple Danish styling to this classic chest of drawers. The wood has been given a wax finish, which brings out the warmth of the pine.
It is the original distressed green paint that captures ones eye in this traditional country farm table with trestle base. The top is made of 6 planks with gouges, marks, stains and knots that all add character and appeal while revealing the years of use this table received.
This style of Swedish bench was formerly known as a "maid's bed." The seat still lifts up (and off) to reveal storage below, while the attractive lattice work and carving along the back and curved side arms add to its charm.