Tis the season to live outdoors. Purchasing a new patio set allows families to enjoy their backyards, decks, and patios more effectively. It gives everyone places to sit and eat in comfort. But what should you look for when investing in new outdoor furniture? We have just received our shipment of patio furniture. World Source furniture is one of the best names in outdoor furniture. They pride themselves on quality construction and attention to detail. They offer various pieces for your outdoor living space including: chairs, gliders, sofas, loveseats, dining tables fire pits, and accent pieces. All of their pieces are made from a rust proof solid cast aluminum with a powder coat finish. This is perfect for outdoor weather and look great for years to come. The solid cast aluminum gives the furniture weight to help keep your furniture stable. All seat cushions are made from a weather resistant fabric. Available fire pits and ice bucket tables allow you to cook and enjoy meals right from your patio. These pieces transform your outdoor space into an entertainment space. We do have limited quantities so be sure to check it out while supplies last. By- Jessica Padden Product Image of Cotton Road Brown Outdoor Table with 2 Chairs
Talking Tables: Pedestal or Leg? Choosing a dining room table isn’t simply about aesthetics. There are many different options to consider; material, shape, height, size. One choice that is often overlooked is that between a leg table and a pedestal base table. Each style has is positives and negatives, so which should you choose. Leg tables: These are the norm in the dining world. The majority of dining tables out there are leg tables. One of the main benefits of a leg table is how stable they are. With four points of contact with the floor, it creates a sturdy base that doesn’t shift or move. If you have small children, or adults that act like children, this is a good choice to provide a safe environment. If a child should pull down on the lip of the table or lean against the edge when reaching for something, there is little worry about the table flipping over. One of the main drawbacks for this style of table is the limited seating arrangement. Due to the legs, chairs cannot be placed close to the corners, which limits the seating space. It also increases the wear and tear on your floors. The legs of the table prevent someone from simply turning to the side to exit the chair. They must instead slide their chair back in order to gain the room necessary to stand up. Pedestal tables: The benefits and drawbacks of this style table directly mirror those of the leg table. They are more susceptible to tippling if weight or force is applied to the edge as you only have one central point of contact with the floor. This can be dangerous for homes with small children, especially if you choose a higher table style such as a counter height table. The main benefit to a pedestal base table is that it allows for freedom of seating. There are no legs to contend with so chairs can be moved or added wherever you like. It also reduces wear and tear on your floors as it does not require you to slide the chair back to stand up. Another benefit to a pedestal base is that by removing the legs, it creates the illusion of a larger room. The table itself may take up the same square footage, but without the legs, the room will seem more open. It is important to carefully consider how you live on your dining room table. There are many options available that can provide specific benefits for each and every lifestyle. Be sure to check out our large selection of pedestal and leg tables in our showroom or on the web at
Having Children means you have a lot of things! The minimalist movement doesn't exactly work well with little ones does it!? Children have many toys, gizmos and gadgets! Storing them can be tricky! Usually our children throw things everywhere and things move constantly! Implementing some storage techniques can be a fun and easy way to maintain your home and your child's space! Take a look at our different be sets to see if there's anything that sparks an idea!
Adding accents to your home is limitless and also essential to making a house feel more like a home! Accent wall? Accent colors in a neutral room? Accent furniture to break up a room? You name it, we’ve got you. Here are a few simple ways to add accents to your home without breaking the bank. Accent wall: is every wall in your home white? Pick a wall in a common room and paint and accent wall of your favorite color or pattern to break up the space and add interest. Side angle of blue living room interior with pink and golden accents Adding plants always brings a fresh feel to a home whether they are real or fake Where to put them? Window sills, fireplace mantles, side table décor or a tree to fill up the awkward corner space of a room. Trays! Adding a decorative tray to a cocktail table or a dinner table can bring together the room. Putting an arrangement of candles, books, vase with flowers, etc. on the tray can pull together the whole room and vibe you are trying to achieve. Throw pillows and blankets: instantly make a room feel cozier with throw pillows and blankets. You can also add in color to a room easily with accent pillows and throws.