England Furniture Is Made in America

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England Furniture is an American company from top to bottom. Beginning back in the 60’s by Charles England and still standing today, England Furniture has sought to create sustainable jobs for the local skilled craftsmen. Today, England employs over 1,000 people and remains an industry leader through a proprietary transportation system and operations management process.

Hard work is what keeps England Furniture going and their slogan, “Custom for you, fast by us”, is a testament to their dedication to customers. Every piece crafted is custom and built to last. Consider buying American this new year and choose England Furniture to furnish an updated room.

 

 

The Clementine Collection Will Sweeten Up Your Room

England Furniture Clementine Collection

England Furniture presents its all-new Clementine Collection, available as a sofa, sectional, loveseat, chair, and ottoman. The Clementine Collection has a stylish design and is very comfortable, making it perfect for any living room!

The Clementine Collection is available in over 400 fabrics to fit your design plan. With pleasing options like the rolled-sock arm style and wooden pyramid legs, this collection gives you the power to properly design your living room.

England Furniture Clementine Chair

So, what are you waiting for? Take home the complete England Furniture Clementine Collection – or maybe just a piece or two! Either way, don’t forget to share your England Furniture designs with us at the England Furniture Facebook page using the hashtag #EnglandFurniture.

Sectional Dimensions:

Width: 109”

Depth: 88”

Height: 30”

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The Design Twins Incorporate a Bold Pattern

Balancing an accent wall and bold chairs is no easy feat. The Design Twins, tell us on their blog why they chose England Furniture. For them it came down to quality and style choice. Twins Julie and Jodie mention how England Furniture offers one of the best furniture warranties and how important it was for them that England Furniture is made in America. On their blog, they show how to make the hot new décor trends work by using the Tara Sofa and the Singleton Arm chairs from England Furniture.

The Tara Sofa gives a casual style while its tall tapered wood leg give it a more modern look. They paired this modern and casual sofa with two Singleton Arm chairs with the Mara Blue pattern, which they thought was a bold design move. As the saying goes, “the greater the risk the greater the potential is for reward!” The petite scale of the Singleton Arm chair is the perfect choice if you don’t want the chair to impact your personal space.

Why “Our Vintage Nest” blogger chose Rosalie by England Furniture

A favorite among many interior decorators is the Rosalie sofa. With its elegant rolled arms and wooden legs, this sofa has a lot of character. It comes with cushions that are upholstered on both sides, which gives you the ability to flip cushions. Something Alicia from Our Vintage Nest really appreciated with her Rosalie sofas were the details. She wrote on her blog how her sofas from the Rosalie Collection from England Furniture has a classic look, with just the right curves. She also mentioned how happy she was with the choice of fabric.

For Alicia’s home, she chose the fabric called Benavento Linen, which is not only a pretty color, but she also describes how she requested her fabric to be scotch guarded and how it really worked to protect from stains. Alicia had already experienced a few accidents, as a mom of two, and spills came up with ease. This sofa comes with the opportunity to choose from over 400 fabrics, so you can find just the color that suits your needs the best.

Creating Balance in Interior Design

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Redecorating your space can be fun and refreshing–especially with Spring approaching. With so many ideas online, it can be easy to become overwhelmed by pieces that look like they go together, but don’t quite look right in your space. One trick interior designers turn to when laying out a space is a principle of design: balance.

Balance can help you determine where something “goes”. Whether you’ve purchased a new piece of furniture, or you’re just adding in a new lamp, balance can guide your design decisions.

There are three primary types of balance: symmetrical, asymmetrical and radial. Symmetrical balance refers to mirroring over a central axis, while asymmetrical has more to do with weight. Radial balance means a room is arranged around a central point to evoke centrifugal motion.

Pictured here is a great example of asymmetrical balance. You can see how the weight of the room is balanced out by a small side table and a tall, skinny lamp. The Malibu sectional’s chaise balances with the other side of the sofa.

Check out the Malibu Sectional by England Furniture.

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Dimensions:

Width 148″

Depth 106″

Height 38″

Three Easy Ways to Welcome Springtime Indoors

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Letting that warm springtime feeling inside after a cold winter is one of the best parts of the seasons changing. Welcome the sunshine indoors by refreshing your space. Spring cleaning is more than just dusting—think about starting the new season with a better living room furniture set!

1. Clean

Spring cleaning can become a fun family tradition. Get some music playing, assign tasks, and get the whole family in a cleaning competition!

2. Use Your Green Thumb

Add some plants into your space. Humans are naturally drawn to nature, and adding a vivacious green plant—real or fake—can help bring the budding branches indoors.

3. Furniture Update

Store away heavy blankets and transition into the light, airy feeling of spring. Swap out those dark, heavy curtains with light, sheer ones! If you are considering a new piece of furniture, you will want one that can easily transition through all seasons. The light gray upholstery on this England Furniture Monroe Sectional (pictured) can look chic in any season.

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Sectional Dimensions:
Width 124″
Depth 125″
Height 35″
Seat Depth 22″

 

A Unique Sectional

The Rosalie Sectional by England Furniture is an extraordinary piece created for the interior decorator hidden inside us all. The features of this sectional give it an edge that sets it far and above many sectionals with more simplified traits.

Rosalie’s elegant rolled arms compliment the turned wooden legs, which give this sectional character. The seat cushions are upholstered on both sides, which is great for those who flip cushions to enhance their longevity. With over 400 fabrics to choose from, you can find the perfect color to suit your needs.

One of the perks of choosing England Furniture is the three-week guarantee—in one month, you’ll have the furniture you’ve been searching for.

DIMENSIONS

Width 107″
Depth 108″
Height 40″
Seat Depth 22″
Seat Height 21″

Reclining Loveseat with Console

Reclining loveseat with center console by England Furniture

It’s the ultimate spot to sit and watch a much-anticipated televised event—the reclining loveseat with console. It’s the perfect place for you and one other person to sit, relax, and start the show. The combination of having a center console with storage, an arm rest and a cup holder has endless benefits.

The center console in the Hali Double Rocking Reclining Loveseat Console 2010-90 by England Furniture leaves you with enough space to store everything reach. With so many remotes to control your television, surround sound and other gadgets.

Hali comes in a variety of models, including a double reclining sofa, loveseat, loveseat console, rocking reclining console, minimum proximity recliner, rocker recliner, and swivel gliding recliner. The leather version of this piece can be found in the Litton collection.

DIMENSIONS
Width 73″
Depth 38″
Height 38″
Seat Width 44″
Seat Depth 21″
Seat Height 21″

Adding a Pop of Color to Your Living Room

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Adding a bright, happy color to the living room can create a positive atmosphere in your home. Breathing a bit of life into your home during these gray winter days is as simple as incorporating a pop of color into the living room. Here are a few ways to do this:

Pillows

Brightly colored pillows, like the ones on this Chandler Sectional by England Furniture, are simple details that can make a huge difference. Pillows can be an inexpensive update to a room, and if you’re handy, you can even reupholster pillows by hand.

Accent Furniture

Accent chairs and ottomans, like England Furniture’s Kinnett Chair or the small Hollie Storage Ottoman, can add an interesting dimension into a room by introducing a whole new vibe. To have an accent piece blend into a room, it’s important to integrate that color throughout other parts of the room so that it doesn’t stick out.

Art

Adding striking art to the walls helps to make the room look more complete. Whether you opt for larger scale paintings or smaller framed water colors, pieces of art can add a splash of color to a wall without having to paint. You can also add vases tucked in a corner or prominently displayed on an end table or coffee table.

Sectional Dimensions:
Width 80″
Depth 37″
Height 38″
Seat Width 66″
Seat Depth 23″
Seat Height 21″

Arranging A Small Living Room

If you have a small living room, here are several ways to utilize your space so that you don’t feel cramped, yet you can fit everything in one spot. Here are some tips on arranging a small living room:

Go with a Loveseat

A loveseat is typically shorter than a sofa is, so that can be a huge space saver. Loveseats can also be paired with a great ottoman like this England Furniture Hollie Storage Ottoman 2F081LH (pictured). It is compact, and you can store away anything from blankets to board games. Furniture with storage built in is another way to utilize your space effectively.

Mirrors

Mirrors positioned opposite to windows or hallways can make a space feel bigger than it actually is. It brings more light in to a room and has the effect of creating more space.

Before you start arranging, use painter’s tape to outline where you want furniture to go—this will save you a considerable amount of effort as you start rearranging.

Ottoman Dimensions:
Width 21″
Depth 20″
Height 21″