Tag Archives: The Dining Room

After the Dance, 1914

This weekend, as many of us will be attending or planning holiday parties, spending time with family and friends, and generally making merry, we’ll stop to take a look at the vignette in the Styling an American Family exhibition titled … Continue reading

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Can you Spot the Differences?

An object on loan to us may spend months or even years on view.  But eventually all good things must come to an end.  These objects in time may leave the museum and return to their owners where they will … Continue reading

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The Collection: The Dining Room

This week’s highlighted piece is the triangular Stickley cabinet in corner of the dining room. Have you seen all our featured pieces? Corner Cabinets Dimensions: 50 3/4″ W x 66 1/2″ H x 26 1/2″ D Oak with copper hardware … Continue reading

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The Collection: Behind The Scenes With The Donegal Carpet

For this week’s virtual visit, we’ll be looking again at the Donegal carpet in the dining room. The original Donegal carpet is in the Craftsman Farms collection, but it’s just too fragile to be out on display. So the carpet … Continue reading

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The Collection: The Dining Room

It’s Tuesday again, and time to take a look at another piece in our collection! This carpet happens to be one of my favorites but don’t forget about all our other featured pieces. Donegal carpet Dimensions: 165″ x 114″ Wool … Continue reading

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The Collection: The Dining Room

We’ve been showing some of the pieces in our historic museum on our virtual tour. Visit our blog’s archives for all previous posts on The Collection. Today we’re talking about the sideboard in the dining room of The Log House. … Continue reading

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