Manchester Wood’s Gratitude Giveaway!

Manchester Wood Gratitude Giveaway

 

It is with great pleasure that Manchester Wood is offering this month’s free product giveaway with a gift in gratitude. The month of November is about Thanksgiving, feeling grateful for all the things in our lives, most importantly our family and friends. At Manchester Wood we’re especially grateful for you, the loyal customers who buy our products, and help keep our jobs and business producing quality, handcrafted truly American made furniture. And as we begin to think about everyone else this season, and what they’re grateful for we simply ask… What are you grateful for?

To enter our FREE November ‘Gratitude Giveaway’ email service@manchesterwood.com with a response to the question, “What are you grateful for?”

You can also write it on our Facebook wall or mention it to us on Twitter.

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*Giveaway Item* Portable Folding Work and Laptop Desk

The giveaway item this month is our popular Portable Folding Work and Laptop Desk. Practical… Sturdy… Portable. The Portable Folding Work and Laptop Desk has a unique design to fit the present mobile lifestyle with its large workspace and light, durable solid wood construction. Bring this folding worktable to wherever you need it! Crafted from sustainable Northeast hardwood at our mill in the Adirondack foothills of New York; built to last generations and backed by our Quality Guarantee.

Our folding TV tray tables have been a longtime customer favorite for over thirty years. The TV trays feature a double glide design that allows for easy folding and storage. Set up or store it away in seconds. These tables are versatile pieces of furniture, and have an easy wipe-off stain resistant lacquer finish.

Peace and blessings, God bless you always,

Ed & Priscilla Eriksen
Manchester Wood: American Made Furniture

PS. we may compile your responses to the giveaway at some point for a post filled with your gratitude, but we promise to only use your first name.

Manchester Wood designs and produces quality, affordable, eco-friendly solid wood American made furniture in the Green Mountains of Vermont and Adirondack foothills of New York.


7 Home Decor Solutions via HGTV

 

We’ve compiled a curated list from a recent HGTV post on home decor do’s and dont’s. What we came up with are 7 home decor solutions, mixed in with a few of our products, we think you’ll find helpful.

1. Gallery Wall

Display your favorite photos in a gallery wall and switch them out whenever you’d like. You can organize the rest of your photos in albums by decade or event, and keep them nicely arranged on a bookshelf.

 

 

 

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2. Stylish Accent Pieces

Use accents to incorporate the look you enjoy without being overwhelming. If you have a house in the mountains and love the beach, display a collection of seashells or coral in or on a bookcase or end table instead of designing an entire beach-style room.

 

 

 

 

3. Updated Hardware

Make small changes like switching the hardware on your kitchen or bath cabinets for a big impact.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Balance Furniture Pieces

Use something light made of glass or with legs, and add a tall, thin floor lamp to help bring your eye up and make it more dynamic. Be sure to keep your furniture arrangements balanced to the eye.

 

 

 

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5. Inviting Yet Elegant

If you have the space, use it. Give your room a function, make it livable and ensure it’s welcoming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Hidden Storage

Invest in stylish storage baskets on a bookcase or shelf to keep small objects in their proper spot, or add an armoire for extra hidden storage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Buy Right-Sized Furniture

Follow these tips to avoid buying furniture that doesn’t fit:
1. Draw a to scale floor plan or purchase a room design kit so you can find the best layout without moving heavy furniture.
2. Embrace “less is more”, and don’t try to put too much into any space.
3. Measure the room before buying furniture pieces, and you’ll decrease the chances of making a mistake.