With the Super Bowl just a few weeks away and the hockey playoffs on the horizon, now is the perfect time to purchase new furniture for your man cave. Luckily, we have the perfect suggestions for sprucing up that man cave and turning it into the perfect hideaway. Impress your friends with our picks below.
There is no better way to watch the big game than by relaxing in a comfortable recliner. Ensure every guest is able to watch in comfort as well by purchasing a few recliners for your man cave. Depending on how much care you want to put into maintaining the recliners depends on which types of recliners you should purchase. For example, leather has a longer life than ordinary recliners, but to keep its ideal look, you will have to maintain it for the life of the recliner. Plus, leather is usually more expensive than regular recliners. We can help you to find a happy medium, so give us a visit and allow us to find the perfect recliners for your next big game!
Bars and Bar Stools
A man cave without a bar is like an automobile without an engine: in other words, it’s mandatory. Nobody likes drinking while standing up, and you probably don’t want your friends drinking in your new recliners. Besides, the best place to enjoy a few cold ones is directly at the bar, and that’s where your new bar stools will come into play. We also have a host of bars. You don’t need to have something custom built to create a bar in your man cave.
While this is optional, a solid card table can really bring a man cave together during poker night. If you have the space for a large, round card table, stick it in the corner of your man cave and complete the set with a few (cheap) fold-out chairs and colourful poker chips. With a full bar and a few cigars to share with the guys, you’re bound to make your next poker night a huge success.
Unique Lighting and Wall Art
A man cave is required to have decorations – that’s just the way it is. Decorate your man cave with posters of your favourite sports team, films, bands, etc. You will be surprised how a few posters and pictures can transform your man cave from looking boring to being full of life.
Be sure to dress your space with unique lighting as well. Remember the card table we mentioned earlier? A hanging lamp hanging above the table would be a perfect way add unique lighting to your space. Signs with lighting are also a great idea for decorating the man cave. Again, you will be amazed how a few unique lights can transform your man cave from drab to awesome!
Finally (and perhaps the most important item in this list), every man cave needs an entertainment centre. How else are you going to watch the big game without one? It’s a great idea to purchase an entertainment centre that has a lot of room for other items too, such as gaming consoles, Blu-Ray/DVD players, films, music, games, etc. There is nothing better than sitting around and enjoying the big game or playing a few rounds of your favourite multiplayer video game, and an entertainment centre will allow you to do this in comfort and style.
Think decorating your child’s room is as simple as placing a bed, dresser, and toy chest into the bedroom? Think again. When decorating a child’s bedroom, you literally have to get into the mind of your child. The furniture you purchased for your own bedroom isn’t suited for your child, which brings us to our first tip: purchase furniture that is height-appropriate. Buying an ordinary coat rack or dresser isn’t going to be used if your child cannot reach all of the drawers, hangers, etc.
Interestingly enough, this logic doesn’t apply to the child’s bed…
Don’t buy a twin-sized bed
When your toddler is ready to graduate to a real bed, you may be tempted to purchase a twin-sized bed to accommodate their size. Don’t. Instead, buy a queen-sized bed. Although they may be small enough to fit comfortably into a twin-sized bed now, in a few years (or whenever they hit their growth spurt), they will outgrow the bed. It’s better to purchase a bed that’s a little too big for them now and allow them to grow into it instead of having to purchase two beds.
If you’re worried they won’t be able to crawl into the bed, buy a child’s stool. This will allow them to reach their new bed with ease while also aiding them with reaching other areas of the home (such as the kitchen cabinet where you hide his/her favourite snacks).
Buy built-in shelves
Instead of buying a bookshelf and other shelves that will take up floor space, buy built-in shelves and install them into the walls. Not only do built-in shelves save on room space and look great, but it will also give you even more room for the child’s book, trophies, figurines, and other items they want to display. Moreover, when the child leaves for college and you want to turn his/her bedroom into a study or den, built-in shelves will allow you to make this transition with relative ease.
Buy it for life
It pays (literally) to invest in a few high-quality items that your child will be using for years to come – but invest in furniture that makes sense. For example, if you are on a budget, there is no reason to purchase an expensive toy box whenever the child will probably stop using it when he/she transitions into adolescence. Yet, the dresser you purchase for the child as a toddler will almost certainly be used when the child has become a teenager; the same goes for the child’s bed as well. Purchase items made to last decades – but purchase these high-end, expensive items wisely. If it can be used by anyone at any age, it’s fair game.
Lighting is a must
Ensure that you purchase different types of lighting for the child’s bedroom: a desk lamp for doing homework, a side table lamp whenever the child wants to read, and so on. Lighting not only helps the child to play and do homework with ease, but it will also keep them from damaging their eyes due to a lack of light. Plus, getting up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night won’t be such a chore when they can flick on a lamp by their bed and navigate throughout their room.
Don’t forget to drop into our showroom at Guaranteed A Fine Furniture 4735 Tecumseh Road. East Windsor, Ontario. We would love to help you in creating the perfect bedroom for your kids.
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The dining room is one of the most important rooms of the home. Not only is it a place where most of your dining takes place, but it’s also a room where great conversation takes place. When you think about it, the dining room is the space where many of your most cherished home memories will take place. Thus, when choosing a new dining room set, you need to take the process very seriously.
But where do you start? That’s where we come in. Below are a few tips to aid you on your quest to picking the ideal dining room set for the home. Follow our advice, and you will cherish your new dining room set for many years to come.
The centrepiece of your entire dining room, you need to take a few things into consideration when choosing your table: most notably how many people will be using the table regularly. Ensure the table fits snuggly into your dining room area as well, all the while allowing enough room for family members/guests to find their seats (more on seats in a moment) and to sit food appropriately. Measure the space where you want your dining room table to sit, and we can find you a proper table that will fit perfectly into your desired space.
Determine if your table will be used for other purposes besides meals. For example, if your table is practically an extension of your family room or kitchen, it’s safe to say that it will also be used for other tasks such as homework, playing games, prepping food, etc. Thus, you will want a dining room table that has a more casual style and a surface that cannot be easily damaged.
Dining room seats
A dining room table without the proper seating is like a ship without a sail: it may look beautiful, but if you can’t sit at the table properly, the entire table/seating set is worthless. Choose dining room seating that compliments the style of your dining room table and blends properly. You also need to consider how firm you want your dining room chairs to be. Do you prefer soft, upholstered seating that is comfortable but is susceptible to stains, or firm, stain-free wooden chairs? It’s a choice only you can decide for yourself.
Choosing a China cabinet depends solely on your preferred style. Do you want a classic look? Consider purchasing a China cabinet made out of blonde wood. Prefer a more romantic look? You may want a China cabinet with a dark, espresso finish.
Unsure about what you will be storing in the cabinet? Play it safe and chose a cabinet that sports adjustable shelves. This will ensure that no matter what you want to store, you will have the flexibility to store it in the proper manner.
Just like your dining table, you must also measure the space you want to place the China cabinet. Once again, measure your space and bring them to us so we can find a perfect China cabinet for your home.
This also applies to your buffet and sideboards selections as well.
Bring your space together by choosing the ideal chandelier for the room. The chandelier should blend in perfectly with your home’s architectural style. For example, if your home has a modern look, consider choosing a chandelier that has a simple, clean, and contemporary look.
Ensure that you have about 30-inches between your dining room table and the bottom of your chandelier’s fixture, and that you can place it above the middle of the dining room table. Moreover, choose a chandelier that matches the style of your dining room table. For instance, if your table is a brown, oval shape in a architecturally traditional home, consider purchasing a round chandelier with a dark, wood finish.
Finally, choose a chandelier that offers the best amount of light possible. You don’t want your dining room area to be too light or too dark, so ensure that your chandelier is able to fill the space with the proper amount of light. If you want to be certain that your chandelier provides your guests with the perfect amount of light, consider installing a dimmer switch into your dining room area.
Choosing dining room set may seem difficult, but at A Guaranteed Fine Furniture, we’re here to help. If you have any questions, please visit us and allow us to help you find the absolute best dining room set for your dining room area. We know you will be glad that you did!
If you have made the decision to purchase a new sofa, you may be a little overwhelmed at the possibilities. From knowing which style of sofa would look ideal in your home to having a wide array of colours to choose from, purchasing a new sofa can be a stressful endeavour. But it doesn’t have to be! Below are a few tips for choosing the best sofa for your home, and ensuring that it compliments your room for years to come.
Reserve enough time to search
Buying a new sofa to impress the in-laws is not going to go well if you wait until a week before their arrival to start searching for a new one. Picking the perfect sofa takes time, so allot yourself the proper amount of time to find the best one. Go to your local furniture store (feel free to visit ours!) and take a look at the types of styles and colours offered. You probably won’t find the perfect sofa during your first visit either – but that’s okay!
Know what you want from a sofa
You probably have some idea regarding what type of sofa you actually want to purchase. Create a checklist of features you prefer your sofa to have – even down to the smallest detail! If you want a sofa with a leg rest, write it on the checklist. If you want a sofa that will still look great even after your children have been jumping on the cushions for years, write this down as well. Finding the perfect sofa is all about what you want to get out of it, and if you take the time to detail exactly what you are looking for, you’re bound to find the perfect sofa.
Assess your room’s décor
The most comfortable and attractive sofa in your local furniture store is going to look out of place if the sofa doesn’t match the other décor of the room. A room with a casual décor will look odd with a modern-styled sofa, so keep in mind what type of décor you have in the room. Take a few pictures of the room’s décor before searching, and use these photos to find a sofa that compliments the room.
Test drive different styles
If you are unsure of the style of sofa you want for your home, finding the answer starts with testing different styles. Try them out in a manner that you would use your sofa at home. For example, if you usually lie on your back and watch television on your sofa, lie down in different positions to see if the sofa is comfortable for you.
Consider the height and depth of the sofa as well. If you find it hard to get out of the seat of the sofa, consider purchasing a sofa with a shallower seat. Moreover, consider what’s actually comfortable to you. Do you prefer a sofa you can sink into, or do you prefer your sofa to be firm? Again, find the best style that suits your needs – and that starts with trying out various sofa styles.
What type of fabric?
The perfect sofa style doesn’t mean anything if the upholstery is bothersome. You may find a sofa style that’s comfortable and relaxing, but if you hate the sound of leather when adjusting your weight or uncomfortable to sit on, you’re never going to truly love your sofa. Test different fabrics and see what works for you. Do you prefer fabrics that feel slick, or do heavily textured fabrics feel more relaxing to you? Find what works for you.
Also know that all fabrics are not created equally. Some fabrics will wrinkle easily or stretch, resulting in a sofa that’s difficult to maintain for a long time. If you don’t mind applying some TLC to your sofa for years to come, this will be a non-issue, but if you want to plop your sofa into your home and enjoy it for years to come without having to maintain it, you will want know exactly how well the fabric will age over time.
Take your time
Choosing a sofa is a huge investment – and it’s one you will have to live with for years. Thus, don’t let anyone rush you into buying a sofa. This process takes time, and thanks to your patience, you will eventually find the perfect, new sofa for your home.
One of the great things about the holiday season is there is always an aura of change in the air. New Year’s Day is just around the corner, our routines change as we visit family and friends to celebrate the season, and of course, we get an opportunity to discover the upcoming home décor trends of the new year. 2015 may be just around the corner, but it isn’t here yet; making this the perfect time to implement these hot, upcoming trends into your home’s décor! Take a look at these bold, new trends and let us know what you think in the comments below!
Say goodbye to black, hello to blue
It’s no secret that interior designers have experimented with grays and light blues that encompass a cooler tone for years. In 2015, these tones are going to be here to stay, and the tone that is going to be leading the pack is blue. It’s cliché to say that blue is the new black but it’s the absolute truth – especially in regards to the bold blues that are warmer than traditional blues but still feature a touch of depth. If you want a new mainstay besides black, blue is it.
Colours inspired by nature
Other than blue, the most popular colours of 2015 are going to be those that seem right at home in nature and classical art. Golden yellows that feel ripped out of a Renaissance painting, greens that look like they belong in a grassy field and more are going to be extremely popular next year. Combine that with furniture pieces made with light-coloured woods, and you have a taste of the natural, soft and soothing décor that will encompass 2015.
Layer your tones
In combination with the natural colours that are going to be all the rage next year, layering tones will be the perfect way to compliment the second tip above. Layered tones will also be popular in 2015, and the best way to achieve this look will be to use the exact colour in different textures and saturations in each space. Try mixing and matching patterns while ensuring everything stays in the same colour family, resulting in a minimal yet smart look.
Interior designs with a metallic finish have been a popular trend for a while, but it’s going to be used more frequently than ever in 2015. Oil-rubbed bronze, brass, and anything that has an antique look to it – such as a mirror, lamp, etc. – is fair game in 2015. For our craftier readers that want to upscale their old furniture, know that applying nailhead trim will give them that classical-yet-modern look that is going to define next year.
Paris style is unmistakable. Rooms have a comforting, casual elegance that seems effortless. You needn’t be born in Paris or hire a professional decorator to get the look. Just follow these six simple guidelines to create your own version of Paris chic.
Toned Down Walls
Parisians don’t make colour statements with their walls. They play them down, preferring to let the furnishings and objects in the room stand out. Wall treatments tend to be neutral and are never intensely bright. Shades of ivory, oyster, eggshell, linen, flax, taupe faint yellow and pale blue are common. Warm gray, in gradations from ranging from light to dark, is so popular it’s known throughout the world as French gray. When wallpaper is used, it tends to be a tone-on-tone repeating pattern, such as faint stripes or subtle damask.
Mix, Don’t Match
Slavish devotion to a single period or style is unthinkable to Parisians, whose favourite pastime is treasure hunting in the city’s eclectic flea markets and antique shops. A chandelier worthy of Versailles above Art Deco club chairs and an ultra modern Lucite coffee table is not a problem for the true Parisian. This does not mean any haphazard collection will do. The mix should always be intriguing but understated and, above all, artful.
Less is French
Simplicity is key to achieving the Parisian look, with furniture and accessories both at a comfortable minimum. This is an anathema to most Canadians, so edit your pieces, then edit them again. The purpose is to create spaces of light and air and to give each piece individual impact. For example, a single antique or clock on a mantel will do, but it should be an interesting one.
Unexpected Focal Points
At the heart of Paris style is the brilliant use of focal points. There should be one object or area in the room that strikes the eye immediately, then draws the gaze back again and again. An effective focal point needn’t be expensive, but it should be dramatic and memorable. While an Canadian might add white, burgundy, or pale yellow bolster pillows to a gray and white bed, a Parisian would be more likely to choose bright cerulean in luxurious crushed velvet. The grander the room, the more over-the-top the focal point can be, such as a nearly life-sized piece of garden statuary occupying the space between tall windows or an elaborately framed mirror the width of the fireplace mantel that runs from the mantel to the ceiling.
A Word about Wood
Parisians love wood. Rough-hewn beams are prized, as are oak parquet floors and upholstered chairs with carved wood trim. Very dark wood is preferred for beams and furniture, floors are stained slightly darker than their natural hue, and decorative molding is usually painted the same colour as the wall or ceiling it’s part of.
Finishing touches that will give your room French flair include using large area rugs in subtle tones and patterns, adding black as an accent colour and choosing burnished gilt frames for artwork and mirrors. Parisians favour large and dramatic wall decor, so huge mirrors, over-sized clocks and large paintings with equally large frames are common decorative features. Drapes, not short curtains, are used in every room except the kitchen. For informal rooms, sheers or simple linen drapes can be used, but a formal living room will have silk or satin drapes with elaborate tiebacks, cords or tassels.
I hope that you like these tips. Drop by and see us at Guaranteed A Fine Furniture and we will help you create the home you desire.
Have a great day Richard
Hallways tend to be dark and claustrophobic. Often they are long and narrow with no windows. This is one place in your home that can be a challenge to decorate. However, there’s good news. Give your hallway a complete makeover for maximum visual effect and beauty.
Colour is the most important factor in creating a comfortable and inviting hallway. Choose light colours to make the hallway look larger. Depending on your choice of flooring, blue, green, earth tones and pastel shades are the wisest choices.
Use eggshell or white for walls and paint doors and woodwork a warm, rich complimenting colour, such as almond or peach. Add architectural interest with the use of decorative mouldings. Crown mouldings can be used to eliminate the sharp angle between the ceiling and walls. Install a wooden chair railing along the length of one wall or add wide baseboards along the bottom of walls.
If ceilings are high, beams or brackets can be added. Never add these to hallways with low ceilings, as it will give the sense of the ceiling closing in on you.
Divide Wall Space
Divide hallway space by adding paintings, photography or other objects that hang flush with the wall. Have family portraits developed in black and white and hang them in bronze coloured frames to create richness. Never hang items in a straight line; stagger them or create a cluster. Hanging framed prints in a straight line will make the already narrow hall look much narrower.
Create a focal point at the end of the hallway. This can be a complimentary statue for an elegant look, or an indoor fountain with a lush plant sitting nearby. Another option is an antique bookcase or cupboard with a glass front. Hang a mirror above it that will reflect the hall and make it look larger.
Flooring affects the mood of your hallway. If you’re going to be installing new flooring, consider a warm, wood grain laminate, which will create a sense of warmth. If you wish, contrasting rug runner can be added to give contrast, or use an Oriental rug runner in pastel shades.
Lighting is second in importance only to colour. Since your hallway is straight and has few furnishing or obstacles, use light that gives off a glowing, misty light to create ambience. Wall scone lighting, graceful wrought iron candelabra or a crystal chandelier that hangs close to the ceiling is perfect for this area of your home.
If your hallway is wide enough, consider adding an bookcase, washstand, accent table and mirror, umbrella stand or fancy coat rack. Furnishings add visual effect and give the area a homier look while creating warmth.
If you use the furnishings above, add floral arrangements, antique pitchers and bowls, books, unique umbrellas or hats for accent.
Set a basket of natural, dried flowers, pinecones and ornamental grasses in a corner of the hall. Lovely baskets of natural flowers and grasses add a touch of nature and give the effect of earthy fun.
There are so many ways to add visual effect to your hallway that will transform it into a place of elegance and beauty. Use your imagination, have fun and enjoy the new look that will add, warmth, appeal, elegance and beauty to your home.
Home Happenings:The Perfect Recipe to Show Off Your Taste and Style with the Right Dining Room Furnishings
In an earlier era, furnishing the dining room often meant grouping together a couple of chairs and perhaps a table that had seen better days. Then came the age of formal dining rooms, with ornate furnishings, huge tables and plush chairs. Those formal dining rooms were often reserved for special occasions, and families might find themselves dining in the eat-in kitchen instead.
Modern home design seeks to strike a balance between those two extremes. Many newer homes feature large, expansive kitchens, complete with dining nooks and spaces for relaxing and hanging out as a family. Those homes generally also include a more traditional dining room, perfect for both large gatherings and family meals.
Give Your Dining Room a Modern Design
Choosing the right furnishings for those special spaces is not as easy as it might appear. Dining room furniture needs to be comfortable and durable, but that does not mean it cannot be stylish and modern as well. In fact, some of the most popular choices in dining room furniture today have a distinctively modern look and feel.
From sleek metal framed chairs to glass topped tables, there are plenty of ways to give your dining area a modern look and feel. These modern touches are quite at home in the modern dining room – they make the perfect counterpoint to the sleek modern kitchen that is so popular these days.
A Space for Every Purpose
Many modern kitchen and dining rooms are designed to serve multiple purposes. While the most important function is still cooking and serving family meals, these rooms can do so much more. A small nook set off in the corner of a large dining room might serve as a study area, or a place for the family to check emails and go online. Another section of the dining room could host a kiddie table at family feasts, and provide the younger kids with a great place to study after school. A comfortable chair can provide the perfect place for the family chef to relax and unwind while waiting for dinner to be ready.
No matter what type of home you live in, the dining room serves an important function. Whether you enjoy formal cuisine dining every night or prefer the simplicity of a ready to serve meal, sitting around the dining room table gives the family a chance to relax, unwind and share stories about the day. When decorating such an important room, you want to choose furnishings that make your family and guests feel right at home. Modern furniture with a bold yet classic design is the perfect choice. These pieces are designed to be modern yet timeless – giving your dining area a truly beautiful look and feel.
Modern dining room furniture is the perfect choice for the dining room, and the perfect accent for the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. A modern design can provide the kind of timeless appeal that you and your family will appreciate year after year.
With so many TV shows and magazines focusing on home fashion trends, almost everyone has some degree of interest in decorating and design. Whether you are updating your kitchen or sprucing up your living room, there are some questions you should ask yourself before you get started.
1. What is your budget?
Once you get started, you’ll discover quite a few variables in home décor. However, one thing is certain: Budget will dictate the extent of what you can do. Ripping cabinets and flooring out of the kitchen will cost substantially more than painting the existing cabinets and adding some throw rugs. Determine your budget before you get started so you at least have some idea of what you have to work with.
2. What are your priorities?
Do you need a more open space that involves knocking down a wall or two? Or is it more important to replace the appliances that are on their last legs? Perhaps the sofa is threadbare and needs to be replaced. Determine the importance of all the tasks you want to tackle and list them in order.
3. Do you want to do it yourself or work with a professional?
If you don’t trust your personal taste in decorating and worry that you’ll make a costly mistake, consider hiring an interior decorator or deal with experience furniture experts. Ask what he or she charges. Remember that industry professionals often get discounts on goods and services, so you may save money on the back end. Chances are, you’ll save time too, so if you’re in a hurry to finish the project, this might be your best bet. Always have a signed contract before you even get started.
There are some things you can easily do yourself, so it might be silly to hire a professional. For example, changing out the pictures on the walls, adding pillows to your sofa, and even painting furniture for a fresher, more updated look can be done as a weekend project. However, when you start eyeing electrical, plumbing, or structural changes, unless you have experience, you’re better off calling a professional. Make sure anyone you hire has a license and references, and don’t be afraid to check on them.
4. How much should you pay for furniture?
Most experts recommend purchasing the best quality furniture you can afford. Look for a company that offers a guarantee. If you have a tight budget, watch for sales. Don’t think you have to purchase everything all at once. You can start with a few main pieces and add more as your budget allows.
Carefully choose where you spend your money. Anything that bears weight, such as a sofa or chair, should be extremely well built. If you plan to keep the item for many years, look for the highest quality you can afford. Don’t spend as much on items that are on-trend and will probably be replaced in a year or two.
5. What colours should you use?
Starting with a neutral foundation and working out from there can make your decorating task much less daunting. If you have a sofa in any shade of brown, black, navy, gray, taupe, or beige, you can accent with whatever colours you are in the mood for each season. There is no reason to feel that you must stick with one tone of wood; it’s perfectly fine to mix and match light, dark, and medium shades for a more personalized look.
Drop by and see one of our knowledgable staff who will help you pick out your new decor or furniture pieces. We are located 4735 Tecumseh Rd. E., in Windsor. Don’t forget to bring your room measurements.
Getting the best use of space out of relatively small areas is all about furniture arrangement. And using a sectional sofa can anchor your space and make your living area look larger.
Whether you are furnishing a new home or simply redecorating, sectional sofas are timeless and popular furniture choices that can add character to a room. In addition, they can do a lot to reshape or divide a room. But for best results, you should choose a sectional piece with care to ensure the proper fit and also to reflect your personal design style.
Why Use a Sectional Sofa?
It seems counterintuitive to use a rather large piece of furniture in a small space, but designers use sectionals effectively in both large and small areas. Sectionals, like other types of furniture, come in different sizes. You can get very bulky pieces to divide spaces or you can choose minimalist pieces for smaller areas. Room size and architectural layout are the biggest things to take into consideration when deciding what style of sectional to purchase. For example, a larger sectional can be placed in an open floor plan that combines living room and dining room. Or in contrast, a more modern, compact design would be better suited for small, partitioned rooms. Another advantage to using sectional sofas is that many designs can be arranged in a variety of ways. For example, you could go with the standard L-shape, or you could opt to add pieces to form a U-shape or a J-shaped design depending on the available space and shape of your room.
Measuring for a Sectional
After you have a particular style and design in mind, it’s important to make sure it fits properly in your room. Here are some great tips for making sure your choice is a good fit for the area that you are furnishing:
- First, take a cloth measuring tape to the showroom floor and measure width and length of your furnishings.
- Buy a newspaper on your way home.
- Lay out the newspaper sections on your floor to the specified measurements.
- Position your coffee table in front of the newspaper and any end tables or accent furniture that will go in the room.
- Don’t forget to measure the door that your sectional will have to go through, as well.
- Small spaces can be hard to furnish, but sectionals offer a solution that creates a comfortable atmosphere and an inviting seating arrangement. And with the different styles and sizes available, sectionals can fit nicely into almost any living space.
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