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A Background Of The Style The William and Mary style is also known as the early Baroque style in museums. This style dates back from about 1695 to the mid-1720s. The brand was named after the king and queen who reigned over England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1689-1694. This particular style is an American variation…Read More
Mason jars; they’re a staple item in the South. Whether you have a few mason jars laying around from other items or you just grabbed a few from Back N The Day, we want to talk about how to give these items some new life! Instead of sifting through Pinterest posts and deciphering crafty jargon,…Read More
Radios: we use them every single day. But have you ever thought about how this radio originated? This seemingly life-changing invention has come so far when we look at it. We will not only talk about how the radio came to be what it is today but also why it is so important to life as…Read More
The Early Years In 1953, Juan, José, and Vicente Lladró created their very first experiments in the creation of Lladros. They carefully began designing pieces to peak the public’s interest. By 1955, the brothers began making sculptures clearly influenced by the trends of the 1950s. They created their works out of porcelain. By 1958, the three…Read More
It’s the holidays, which means it’s time to decorate! Whether you’re using the usual box (or boxes, we don’t judge) of handed-down decorations or you’re buying all new ones for this season, it’s worth giving a thought to using something different: repurposed items. There’s plenty of reasons to use repurposed items this year, for example,…Read More
7006 Ramsey St, Fayetteville, NC 28356
We are located just north of 295, Pine Forest Middle School, and The Good Year Plant on Ramsey Street.