When I was a young girl in the late 6o’s , my family would venture out on a Sunday drive. My father is the son of Polish immigrants and was born in an iconic New England mill town in Massachusetts. About three times a year we would all pile into… read more →
Some things are a given. Here in New England, we show and sell a lot of traditionally styled fabrics, furniture and accessories. One constant is the use of horses and celebrating the equestrian lifestyle in home decor. We found this “equestrian chic” Stirrup End Table online at Clayton Gray Home with antique… read more →
Monogramming dates back to ancient Rome and Greece and was used to symbolize power and wealth throughout history. We’re glad those days are over! Monogramming is an affordable way to create a great personal look to your home. With today’s technology, you have a lot of leeway when it comes… read more →
As Hannukah and Christmas ring in the winter season with family traditions and celebrations, Passover and Easter highlight our anticipations for rebirth, renewal and spring. It’s our pleasure to share our traditions with you, like bunny rolls, neighborhood Easter Egg hunts, and Italian Easter pies. We’d love to learn about… read more →
St. Patrick’s Day is coming, however, you don’t have to come from the Emerald Isle to appreciate the beauty of the color green. With so many shades, green is a universal color for interiors. If you have neutral base colors like tan or grey, lime green or apple green really… read more →
The back to school ads started running just before I turned my calendar to August – the first sign that summer will end eventually. This kind of bummed me out so I started thinking of ways to hold on to summer for as long as I can.