Tuesday, 22 July 2014
Keep that summertime feeling in your home all year round with this gorgeous set by Lloyd Loom.
Here’s a fun fact:
Lloyd Loom was invented by an American called Marshall Burns Lloyd in 1907. With the invention of a special loom to weave twisted kraft paper into a woven fabric, which was partly reinforced with steel wire, this production method revolutionized this sector of the furniture industry. Lloyd Loom chairs could be produced in a quarter of the time it took to make the more expensive, and less durable, rattan or wicker version.
Finding Lloyd Loom furniture on consignment is a rare treat. These pieces can enhance your bedroom, living room, sun room or kitchen.
Stylish and comfortable, Lloyd Loom has a timeless quality that’s as popular today as it was in the 1920s.
Do we even need to say; at It’s a Steal, Lloyd Loom is a steal of a deal? Come in and have a look.
Tuesday, 15 July 2014
Kathleen consigns fabulous pieces, and from time to time, she comes across something that’s truly unique. This bar is it. Custom made in black with light coloured accent trim, this bar even sports a brass foot rail.
Imagine the stylish, frosty cocktails you could enjoy with friends and family at this bar? It’s perfect for a rec room and of course it’s the ultimate for a man cave. It’s even an excellent piece for a small restaurant or shop.
If you know someone who would love this bar, let them know that it’s a steal of a deal, at It’s a Steal.
Friday, 11 July 2014
Have a good, long look at your “stuff”. And by stuff we mean your furniture.
Do you still love it? Is it still perfect for your space?
Is it time to update your bedroom set? Does that desk really fit in that spot? Are the bookcases too much?
If you’ve got furniture and decor items that are in terrific shape, but you’re ready for them to find a new home; send us a photo. We can likely sell them for you.
We have customers looking for occasional chairs; storage pieces; interesting artwork and comfy upholstered pieces, so why not let us see yours?
Why not recycle some furniture now?