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Many of you have left so many nice comments about the picture of my home in the header. I hope you enjoy seeing photos of the Cape house, as much as I do living here :)





Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Early American Furniture


Hi Again,

I am participating with Suzanne and Vintage Thingy Thursday. I love Early American Maple, vintage furniture. This is Ethan Allen. This piece is sitting in the Inn, but will be following me back to the Cape house very soon. I found this great piece on ebay and have 2 end tables to match.

13 comments:

  1. I imagine you are excited about your move back 'home'.....can't wait to see all the photos and posts to come!!

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  2. I have an end table that looks a little like your coffee table, and I'm always shoving things inside the lift-up flap! It's a great place to put things that I am too lazy to put where they really belong!
    Happy VTT!
    Carol

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  3. I love early american maple too, this is a great coffee table....what I like about this style, is it fits in any room well. Have a great VTT!

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  4. Oh this is so pretty, it reminds me of my mom, she is in love with all things Ethan Allen and maple is her favorite, we had (and she still has) a lot of this growing up. Thanks for sharing and happy VTT!

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  5. It's so very pretty. Happy VTT,have a lovely weekend.

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  7. robin, i tried to find *early american* examples on the net and could not even find a photo of any....yours is the first one!!! too funny because this was all the rage of a well-appointed home in the early 1960's. i wanted a photo of those frilly lamps! so cute.

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  8. beautiful table! love the pics of your Cape Cod home. Happy VTT! :)

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  9. When I was growing up we had a family room filled with Ethan Allen furniture. I loved it!! It was the coziest room in the house. Your coffee table is great!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  10. I do love the traditional- colonial style. It's comfortable to me... probably because i grew up with it. My parents still have their gorgeous maple drop leaf coffee table... I always thought it was the prettiest of woods.

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  11. the first thing that popped out on your site is the view of your cape cod style home and i can tell you i felt my heart stopped for a second. i have always dreamed to be living in a cottage house just like yours-hence, my blog is called verbena cottage because it brings in the serene and casual feeling. it is a pleasure to meet you here and thank you so much for dropping by. hope to be visiting you again soon...count me as your follower. take care....maryann

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  12. Lovely piece and I love the rooster!

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  13. Girl...I think you should have been around in the 50's...you love that era so much.
    I have had so much of this maple..and ended up painting the pieces I didn't get rid of. :))
    I wish I had it all back..I'd truck it all over to you!!
    hugs, bj

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