There are many pieces of furniture that have become staples in our households over time. Couches, dining tables, beds, coffee tables – these are all items that we gravitate towards when we are decorating and furnishing our homes. It is easy to slip into the routine of designing our spaces around these pieces of furniture. But there is no rule book that says you have to purchase these items, or that this furniture has to look a certain way.
Here at Oak for Less we encourage all of our customers to make informed purchasing decisions when it comes to buying furniture, but above all else we urge you to find your style. That’s why this week we want to reveal a few pieces in our inventory that you may not have expected. Hopefully these pieces will surprise and delight you, inspiring a creative side to your home décor.
We can all use extra storage in our homes, but why not integrate storage with stylish entertaining. This mirrored back bar with waterfall glass doors is the perfect addition to a dining or living space. With plenty of shelving, you can display your beautiful glasses and have your wine collection within reach. The natural slate inlay and dark chocolate finish make this a unique piece for your home.
We consider this a dining accessory for the current times. With the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it is not always easy to corral the family for a formal dining experience. If you have the space for a more casual affair, this set is stylish, comfortable, and functional. The additional storage under the two benches is a welcomed feature. Use it for an intimate dinner or a family breakfast.
TV’s have certainly become a staple in our homes but how to display them can be tricky. It may sound lovely to mount a TV over the fireplace but the reality is not all of our homes are equipped for this. If you don’t already have a working fireplace, this is the perfect solution. This easy to use electric fireplace with a variety of settings for heat and brightness control can introduce a lovely ambiance to your home.
Let’s be honest, no one gets too excited about trash. But why settle for a simple plastic receptacle when you can store your waste in this beautiful oak container with slate inlay. The hinged top keeps your trash secure with a stylish touch.
Furniture doesn’t have to mean just couches and tables. The beauty of home décor is the opportunity to expand into areas of the home that you hadn’t thought of before. This could mean a new bar for entertaining, a cozy place for breakfast, a warm fireplace, or even a place to hide your trash. Happy shopping!