Sunday, July 29, 2012

Part Two, Owl's Head Mountain Rustic Furniture

Continuing on from yesterday's post, I was exploring the Owl's Head Mountain Rustic Furniture store.  They had Adirondack furnishings for every room in your home - even the bedroom:

I was particularly taken by this exquisite stump and antler based table with birch bark trim. And the stained glass lamp, Adirondack mirror and antler wall sconce would also look wonderful almost anywhere:

Another stump based table with antler candelabra and antler floor lamp. Everything was Adirondack themed:

Fancy hutches made by local craftsmen:

And amazing things which I didn't even know how to describe:

More hutches, more chairs, more mirrors, more lamps, more wall decorations:

Even fine china and glassware for entertaining at your Adirondack camp:

I loved it all but shuddered to think what would happen to such expensive, beautiful furniture in a house such as mine, with six dogs and five cats. I guess I'll stick with my "Early Goodwill" theme:

A living room setting:

More comfortable chairs, more lamps, more Adirondack prints:

I thanked the owner and headed back outside to join my anxious dogs. But I had to take one last photo, this time of their roadside sign which featured a carved bear sleeping on top:

I was on my way out the driveway when I saw this super-giant Adirondack chair with two normal sized chairs near it. It was even bigger than it appears here because the smaller chairs are also closer. If you'd like to know more, their website is here:

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