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A Brief History of NBF: 2005 - 2015

It’s time for the final and most current segment of our mini-series: A Brief History of NBF. This month, we’re covering the years 2005 to the present. 331 more words

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The History of the Classic Slipper Chair

You see them in magazines and stores. It’s an armless upholstered jewel that sits alone in the living room or bedroom, historically known as a slipper chair. 243 more words


A Brief History of NBF: 1995 - 2005

It’s time for the third installment of our 40th anniversary mini-series—A Brief History of NBF! This month, we’ll touch on a few of the milestones that National Business Furniture accomplished between the years of 1995 through 2005. 327 more words

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Furniture History #1 - Language

While many of us are happy accepting what is placed before us without reason, a select few may think ‘hmm, how did this simple, pedestrian item come to… 380 more words

Only if a picture could actually SAY a thousand words. 

Today started with the traditional long black (sorry Americano) accompanying my oats, yogurt and fruit- sustenance clearly prepping my brain for some serious exposure and learning.  546 more words


New Work Table!

There is a saying in my family.  “Furniture never leaves, it just gets passed around.”

My Great-Great Aunt Birdie (my mother’s grandmother’s sister) had a Castro Convertible table.* When she died, my grandmother “saved” it from being donated or thrown out.  591 more words