From the day we were married, we combined our talents of designing and repurposing furniture. We married young, so we had to be creative with making our house a home with little money. I would scroll through home décor magazines with dreams of using my husband’s raw carpentry talents; he would build almost anything I would throw at him. To this day, almost 30 years later, most of our furniture in our home was built by him. Each piece having its own story to tell.
We have a large family, so keeping things tidy and clean has always been a priority. Slipcovers were the answer to our ever-expanding family. Dogs, little ones (even big ones), parties, everyday life, never an issue with slipcovered furniture; washed and done. It was like getting a brand-new piece of furniture every time.
My creative flow is always moving. Having additional slipcovers for different seasons was the answer to my yearn for décor change without breaking the bank. Want a light and airy feel for the warmer months? Need a heavier fabric and color change for the colder months? Yes, please!
My husband would go out of town for the weekend and come home to rearrange furniture. He would want to know how I moved the armour from one room to the other… Well, when I am inspired, the yearning is so strong, I can honestly wait for no one. It’s one of my faults, or is it? Rarely was he happy I did it myself. But hey, when you have furniture sliders or a dolly, you can pretty much move anything yourself (remember that when you purchase your
We are a family-owned business and thrive on relationships with each other and our Maker. "Then the way you live will always honor and please the Lord, and your lives will produce every
kind of good fruit. All the while, you will grow as you learn to know God better and better." Col.1:10 Communication is key in any relationship, we will never be perfect, but we strive to
get better and better every single time.
Nantuckit Furniture was founded on bringing beautiful custom furniture that has the “livable elegance” feel to our friends. To be able to change with the seasons or shift from room to room. We want our friends to know that each piece was made just for them waiting to have
its own story to tell.