Designer Tips for a Stunning Living Room Arrangement

  Every household views their living room slightly differently than the next. For some, it’s their main family room with a lovely antique table, comfortable chairs, and a television set ready to go. For others, they use it exclusively when they have guests over;...

How to Make an Antique Table Like a Pro

Crafting an antique table from scratch can be an exciting project for expert carpenters and beginner woodwork enthusiasts. It’s hard work, though, because a lot of effort and time goes into making an antique. While all tables have the same premise – legs, aprons, and...

Pro Tips on Refinishing Antique Wood Table

The best antique wood table refinish can bring your antiques back to life. Antique tables are special because they can become the focal point in any home. Unfortunately, they can lose their appeal and chip easily. Restoring and refinishing these tables can be...

What to Look For When Buying an Antique Foosball Table?

Foosball is a vastly popular table game and a firm favorite around the world. In fact, it’s often considered to be a sport because it attracts millions of spectators and players every year.  Okay, so foosball isn’t a traditional sport, it’s a table-top game, but...

37 Antique Table Types – Coffee Dining Drop Leaf and More!

Decorating a home with antiques can be difficult, not to mention stressful. You have many rooms to fill and many options to choose from. Antique tables remain a popular choice and can be among the most important pieces of furniture within a home too. With so many to...

How to Identify Antique Drop Leaf Table

An antique drop leaf table has become hugely popular. The demand for antique drop-leaf has never been greater and is a wonderful addition to any household. The drop-leaf looks smart and is convenient, whether space is an issue or otherwise. Of course, a true antique...

Antique Gateleg Table: How to identify the age of an antique oak table

First seen in the 16th century, a gateleg table was one of the most popular choices. Gateleg tables come in all shapes and sizes and are unique. The table has one permanent section with a further two hinged or fold down sections, usually found at the end of the table....

What Does An Antique Gate Leg Table Look Like?

An antique gateleg table was first created in the 16th century, in England. The table was often made from solid oak wood and was vastly used as a dining table. However, the table was used in a variety of manners and continues to be a popular table choice for many...