‘Tis the season to be stylish, and we’re decking our walls with all that is merry and bright. From traditional canvas prints to three-dimensional sculptures, City Furniture has everything you need to bring your walls to life.
In the midst of the seasonal hustle and bustle, we’re reminded more than ever that there’s no place like home—and there’s no room quite like the bedroom. The place to recharge and renew after hours of gift shopping and holiday soirees, your bedroom should provide comfort, peace, and uncompromising style.
Want to know what City Furniture is thankful for this year? Before you gather ’round and gobble down with the family, count down our list of Thanksgiving blessings:
Rich Quarantello knew he had made it when he heard his band’s song playing on the radio, followed immediately in rotation by the Stone Temple Pilots.
Second only to a perfectly roasted turkey, a well-styled tablescape is the main star of any Thanksgiving dinner. And with everyone’s favorite food holiday just around the corner, now is the time to start planning. From choosing a theme to getting the silverware in proper order, just follow our handy guide to create a flawless and welcoming table.
Out with the new and in with the old—or something like that. Vintage-inspired furniture is all the rage these days, and we love every weathered and distressed inch of it. Adding instant character and cozy warmth to your home, the beauty of this trend is that it embraces timeless design that never goes out of style.
One look at LeBron James’ expansive living room, and it’s clear he makes a fierce impression both on and off the court. Blending sleek style with everyday comfort, we designed a City Furniture version that makes this baller look a total layup.
All Hallow’s Eve is quickly approaching, and we’re going all out with an ode to black furniture.
Born in Haiti as the youngest of eight, Eclesiaste Germain is no stranger to hardship. He was just three months old when his father passed away, and his hard-working mother kept the family fed and clothed with the help of donations from their community and church—a blessing she taught her children never to forget.