Reclaimed wood tables are a Country Willow specialty, and because we have built more than 4,000 of them since 1996 we consider ourselves experts on the topic. We also have thousands of customers who have shared their own experiences with us, which has contributed to our knowledge in this area. In the past, we have purchased imported reclaimed wood tables to see if they were something we would want to provide, and through this process we have uncovered many of the issues and problems that are discussed below. So for quality and safety, we continue to build our own reclaimed wood tables to provide the best and most reliable product to everyone. They are 100% American made, extremely durable, family friendly, and hand crafted with the utmost care.
If you haven’t stopped in lately, this week is a great time to visit us: Country Willow is holding our annual Rug & Home Event! The new showroom is all decked out with piles of hundreds of gorgeous hand-knotted rugs. For a limited time, enjoy 60% to 80% off regular prices! There are so many to choose from including wool, silk, and wool/silk blends from countries famous for their hand-knotted textiles including India, Nepal, Tibet, and many others.
Act fast! The sale is on through this Sunday, October 5th.
We love our furniture builders! Recently, we took a trip out west to visit one of these great artisans who over the years has become an integral part of the Country Willow family. Pablo and his team of woodworkers are responsible for our beautiful Sierra Collection which is strongly represented throughout our 35,000 square foot store. Truly high-quality, sustainable, reclaimed wood furniture. We are proud to say that our Sierra Collection is 100% handcrafted in the USA and is available in over 100 finishes, custom sizes and designs. If you can dream it we can make it.
[swiv-uhl chair] n. 1. A chair that swivels horizontally on its base.
Who doesn’t love a swivel chair? They rock and spin, and some of them roll. They are comfortable, social, and can face the TV, fireplace, or your friends on the sofa in seconds. They grow with your family, easily transitioning from the nursery to the living room. A swivel chair is a great option for multi-use spaces, and a functional addition to any room that calls for an accent chair. They come in every size and style you can imagine, and we love them just as much upholstered as we do in leather and a slipcover. This modern classic isn’t your grandmother’s swivel! Here are some of our favorites you can find at Country Willow this spring:
Entertainment Centers, TV Consoles, or Media Centers… they go by many names. Whatever you call it, chances are you have at least one or more in your home, or wish you did. So where do you start? You might be thinking it will depend on the size of your TV, but that is not necessarily so! So, let us help you.
Farm Tables come in many sizes and shapes. Below are 6 great designs that will help you when considering your options. (There are many more designs, but this is a good place to start.)
1. Double Turned Trestle Farm Table
Our Double Turned Trestle Farm Table is a natural beauty. Substantial in appearance with double turnings, large contoured feet, and a perfectly proportioned stretcher, this table makes every dining experience amazing. It is also available as a single turning. It comes in many sizes and finishes, both reclaimed and new woods, and each one can be custom made to order in as little as 4 weeks to perfectly fit your dining space.
Preparing special dishes during the holidays are a tradition for many of us. The smells filling our homes are warming and nostalgic, and add to the memories we make every year. Whether it’s grandma’s oatmeal cookies or the banana bread you found on the internet last year, everyone enjoys a homemade dessert. We asked the staff here at Country Willow to submit some of their favorites to share with you. We hope you enjoy them!
A chandelier can look great in almost any room. They are pretty over the island in the kitchen, casual in the sunroom, and elegant in the dining room. There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to hanging them, but here are some helpful guidelines you can follow for three areas where you might consider a chandelier: the foyer, the dining area, and the hallway.