Right after Mr. Blandings and I were married I discovered that two of my favorite friends from college did not know each other. “Nearly impossible!” I protested. They had frequented the same watering holes with some regularity. “You would love each other!” I declared over and over.
1940’s French leather club chairs with nailhead trim.
One night, morning actually, about 2 a.m. our doorbell rang. I’m a bit of a chicken. I pleaded with Mr. Blandings not to go to the door. I cowered in the hallway as he rounded the corner to hear “Land Sharks!” being yelled through the side light. My friends had found one another.
Jacque Adnet adjustable arm lamp, 1930’s.
Swedish side chairs, 19th century.
Comeau is one of my favorite shining examples of farmland fabulous.
Chrome and mirror table attributed to Jacque Adnet, 1930’s.
I have to say, I think he’s showing off a bit.
French two piece banquette, recovered in sable French cotton velvet, early 20th century.
Is this what you were expecting from Plainville, Kansas? Really? I was.
English Regency Sofa, early 19th century.
Oh, Chuck, how did you know?
English Regency klismos chairs, 19th century.
Book a seat. Rent a car.
Pair English corner shelves, 19th century.
We’d love to have you stop in to our little Midwestern wonderland. Just please don’t ring the bell at 2 a.m.