In Honor of Mothers Day

In Honor of Mothers Day

In honor of Mothers Day, we asked our team members what designs reminded them of their moms and why.

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Canopy reminds me of my mom. Thinking of her whimsical leaves and branches lovingly protecting me as I explore the world. Whenever I look up she is always there, always present, casting her dancing shadows over my heart.”

– Carrie Powers, Manager of Finance and Administration

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“Our Sea Turtle Coffee table reminds me of my mom mostly because it is her favorite piece in our collections, but for me it reminds me of her inner strength like the incredible handcrafted nature of the piece combined with pure elegance and beauty on the outside.”
– Chrissy Roy, Showroom and Community Manager

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“My mother was always working hard to make our little Midwestern home feel much grander than it’s very humble size, and she loved spending time playing with us on the floor. When I was about 5 we redid the living room from an all gold-and-white motif, ripped out the worn gold carpeting, and painted the walls what she called “moondust blue.” The Garbo Sapphire rug reminds me of my mother– it’s a touch of glam that she would’ve loved to add to our humble little abode.”

– Jenna Pfueller, Marketing and Design Manager

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“The Woodland rug reminds me of my mom because of her appreciation for nature. My parent’s home in Edgecomb, Maine is nestled in the woods with access to miles of trails. Her daily walks through these woods bring her great joy and refresh her spirit.”

– Molly Stackhouse, Showroom and Design Trade Sales

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“The colors and joy of the Garden rug remind of my mother’s playful nature and whimsical jokes.”

–Nic Robichaud, Warehouse

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“When I think of a design that conveys the essence of my mother, it’s Grace. This beautiful pattern has a focal point in the upper corner with soft lines, that like a mother’s love, radiate out across the open field of the design.”

— Steve Kelly, Design Trade Sales

Comment (1)

  • Anne Curry Reply

    Beautiful words. Beautiful thoughts. Beautiful works of art.

    May 11, 2018 at 11:56 am

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