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Martha Stewart Furniture: The facts

Are you thinking of remodelling your house? Have you built the new house of your dreams and searching for the ideal furniture? If you have started searching for furniture, you have probably already heard of the Martha Stewart Furniture. If not, then you should definitely read the following article and find all the interesting facts that you need to know about the Martha Stewart Furniture.

Martha Stewart Furniture

In the Martha Stewart Furniture, you will find five different collections, the Greenwich Street Collection, the Opal Point Collection, the Skylands Collection, the Lily Pond Collection and the Upholstery Collection. Features of the collections All five of them are beautiful, comfortable, unique and on top of all, affordable for almost every budget. In Martha Stewart Furniture, you will find furniture for your entire house, for your bedroom, your living room, your dining room.
You will even find furniture for your office as well as wonderful wall painting ideas.

Martha Stewart collections

The Greenwich Street Collection The Greenwich Street Collection reflects the design and atmosphere of the
mid 20th century. The main characteristic of the collection is its pure, clean and modern furniture lines, its rosewood veneers and its metal ferrules. The Opal Point Collection The Opal Point Collection reflects the landscapes of the West Coast. In the Opal Point, you will find luxury, beauty and convenience. The Skylands Collection Inspired by a Maine stone house, it represents the beauty of nature.
Its main characteristics are the dark woods, deep colours and the unique lavish materials. The Lily Pond Collection The Lily Pond Collection is inspired by a Long Island beach house and reminds of sea and sun, calm and beauty. The main characteristic of the collection is simplicity and clean lines, combined with unique and unexpected details. The Upholstery Collection In the Upholstery Collection, you will find a wide range of eclectic sofas, love seas, chairs, Ottomans, sectionals and settees.

Purchasing Martha Stewart furniture

You should visit the official website of the Martha Stewart furniture and have a look to all five collections and their electronic catalogue. After you have chosen your furniture, visit the ‘Retailers’ section of the website, enter your City, State or Zip Code and find where the nearest retail store with Martha Stewart Furniture is.

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