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Oregon Local News – Furniture that ties your room together

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If you’re looking to tie a room together with some finishing touches, figuring out just what your room needs can be the hardest part. Often times, décor items such as beautiful accessories or art work can provide the final brushstrokes for a masterpiece of a room. Sometimes what a room really needs, however, is another piece of furniture to tie everything together.

For kitchen and dining areas a Buffet brings great style to any space without overpowering the main pieces of a kitchen space. Perfect for storing dinnerware and table linens, a buffet can also display photos, candles, vases, and other unique items, making buffets a versatile piece that can serve multiple functions.

If you are looking to bring a little more sophistication to your bedroom or office space, Bookcases are a wonderful addition. Available in a variety of styles and finishes from Whittier Wood, Mystique and Hooker Furniture, bookcases help to tidy up your living spaces, displaying everything from books to ornaments to CD’s and movies.

Sometimes, when things seem just a bit off, all you really need is a great Accent Chair. Perfect for corners (with a new lamp!), near fireplaces, or adjacent to larger furniture pieces such as sofas, accent chairs contribute a flair of style while bringing a room full circle.

Whether you’re looking for a casual piece of furniture or something a little more upscale, come browse the wide selection of furniture available at Kuhnhausen’s today; we’ve got just what you need!

Kuhnhausen’s Furniture Showcase

2640 East Burnside, Portland, Oregon 97214

(503) 234-6638

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Sears returning to Williamson with McKay’s Mill “Hometown” store

By EMILY R. WEST

The Sears brand will return to Williamson County in October, offering a new option for hardware and appliances through a Sears Hometown store.

Sears Hometown will move into the former McKay’s Mill Walgreens along Liberty Pike at the roundabout. Local store owner William Talbot said he thought the location would be great for those living in the nearby neighborhoods.

“I think it’s great for McKay’s Mill,” he said. “Especially since that building has been empty for a couple of years, I want to keep it attractive and improve it. And while I think it’s great for McKay’s Mill, I also need the business from the rest of Franklin. They will frequent the store more, but I will get more traffic because I am in McKay’s Mill.”

Sears Hometown will offer a selection of the top appliance brands such as Kenmore, Maytag, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Samsung, Frigidaire, LG and GE. It will also provide a large assortment of lawn and garden equipment, Craftsman tools, fitness equipment, mattresses and even more through in-store computer kiosks.

The Franklin location is one of 19 Sears Hometown stores in Tennessee. A large box retail Sears was once in the CoolSprings Galleria, but has since left.

I am hoping that working with this store and Sears that they can rebuild the brand,” Talbot said. “I really believe there is a strong loyal following to Sears in the brands that I am selling. I think it’s possible to build that loyalty with the younger generation. I think that’s possible. I am still a big believer in those products and the need for them in the community.”

Sears Hometown Store associates can order customers any product from the entire merchandise selection offered by Sears, including apparel, footwear, jewelry and much more. Customers also have the option to order products online and pick them up in the store without a shipping charge. The Franklin store also will offer Sears Nationwide Service, Parts and Installation.

Talbot plans to open the location Oct. 20 with a grand opening planned for the spring.

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Crucible Cookware Releases New Product On Amazon Marketplace!

August 25, 2016, Los Angeles, CA, USA– Crucible Cookware is excited to announce the addition of new product on Amazon.com, expanding the number of items currently available in the storefront and furthering their commitment to provide more than just cast iron cookware accessories.

The new product is a set of four cast iron skillets and two silicone hot handle holders! The skillets in the set feature a variety of sizes, including: 10 inch, eight inch, six inch and five inch diameters. The two hot handle holders, one large and one small, are designed to fit perfectly on the skillet handles and offer protection from temperatures ranging from -1040F to 4640F. Plus, the removable handle means the skillet can be used for cooking in the oven. And, as a bonus gift, customers will receive a cast iron cookbook with a number of recipes – from breakfast to desserts – and instructions on how to take care of cast iron products.

We are so excited to start selling cast Iron cookware, especially because it provides a healthier and environmentally conscious alternative than non-stick products,” said Jenny Smith from Crucible Cookware. “We have planned on providing these new skillets for a long time and know our customers are happy that everything is in place to bring this product to the market.”

Cast iron cookware does not contain Perflurooctanoic Acid (PFOA), one of the chemicals used in non-stick cookware like Teflon frying pans. PFOA has been implicated in increased instances of cancer in the pancreas, liver, testicles and mammary glands, as well as miscarriages, thyroid problems, weakened immune systems and low organ weights. PFOA is currently found in the bloodstream of 95 percent of American men, women and children.  

Try out these new cast iron skillets today! You’ll love the convenience and ease of cooking with these health-conscious alternatives to non-stick cookware.” Further commented Jenny Smith.

For more information, visit: https://www.amazon.com/Skillets-Pre-seasoned-Including-Silicone-Holders/dp/B017ODIDZO/ref=sr_1_2?m=AUD70XKP9T4RVs=merchant-itemsie=UTF8qid=1471744511sr=1-2

About Crucible Cookware

Crucible Cookware’s vision is to create astonishing culinary experiences by providing high quality cookware for people all around the world who love to cook. Customer satisfaction is their first priority, and they strive to offer innovative products that can make life easier.

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Company Name: Crucible Cookware
Contact Person: Jenny Smith
Email: info@cruciblecookware.com
Phone: (213) 814-4251
City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States
Website: https://www.amazon.com/s?marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DERme=AUD70XKP9T4RVmerchant=AUD70XKP9T4RVredirect=true

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The 30 Best Home Shopping Websites for Girls on a Budget

The masterful home decorator is the equivalent of a smart dresser: She utilizes an artful mix of high and low pieces for an ultimately affordable—yet totally chic—outcome. But styling interiors can be a little more intimidating than picking out clothes, since a luxe sofa, gorgeous piece of art, or high-quality rug isn’t quite as easy to fake.

The good news is that these days, there are plenty of affordable home retailers that offer great-looking items that won’t come close to breaking your bank. And there’s enough variety in this list to satisfy every kind of taste, whether you’re into minimalism or midcentury modern.

Photo: Urban Outfitters

1. Urban Outfitters offers furniture, bedding, art, and décor that’s stylish and surprisingly sophisticated.

2. IKEA is everyone’s favorite ultra-affordable Scandinavian depot—the ideal destination for a starter couch in your first (or fifth!) apartment.

3. Society 6 features playful art, accessories, and one of the world’s biggest and best throw pillow collections.

4. HM Home is much like its apparel counterpart in that it offers solid basics at a great price, from bed linens and curtains to kitchen accessories and décor (just don’t expect much furniture).

5. CB2 hits the sweet spot between fashion and function, and though you may fork over a chunk of change for a major piece of furniture like a couch, it’s a solid investment that’ll last years.

MORE: How to Decorate According to Your Zodiac Sign

Photo: The Citizenry

6. The Citizenry is a globally inspired home retailer that curates surprisingly affordable small-batch artisan goods, from handmade chairs to throw pillows and cutting boards. It’s a great place to find thoughtful gifts.

7. Anthropologie offers pretty, whimsical furniture, bedding, wall décor, rugs, lighting, and more.

8. Danish Design Store is a one-stop shop for authentic Scandinavian designs—some of which are super-pricey, but if you spend some time sifting through the site, you’ll find some steals, too.

9. Pier 1 is a retailer of traditional all-American finds. While it’s not the place to come for hot trends or edgy items, it’s a good place to mine for basics.

10. Gilt is where you’ll find heavily discounted items from top designers whose wares might normally be out of reach.

Photo: 1stdibs

11. 1stdibs features an extensive selection of antique furniture and fine art at a range of prices—including some that are within reach and some a splurge. (Pro tip: Sort each section by price to quickly spot the items within your budget.)

12. Typo is a subset of an Australian fashion brand named Cotton On and includes modern, ultra-affordable tablewares, cushions and throws, décor, storage items, and more.

13. Serena and Lily features elegant classics, from bedding and rugs to wallpaper and furniture.

14. Target should be your first stop for quality practical items such as towels, kitchen appliances, storage, outdoor and garden items—plus, it has surprisingly stylish options for lighting, wall décor, and furniture.

15. West Elm is the place to find high-quality investment pieces, from kitchen tables and armchairs to chic decorative finds. They might be a bit of a splurge, but they won’t go out of style anytime soon.

MORE: 15 Simple Hacks to Elevate Your Home

Photo: Urban Outfitters

16. Jonathan Adler is the king of modern, all-American glamour. Head here for witty decorative trinkets, colorful furniture, and statement home accessories.

17. 2Modern specializes in authentic modern design, offering a curated collection of top brands and emerging designers. Definitely worth a visit!

18. Etsy’s Home Living section is a veritable cornucopia of different styles and price ranges, offering everything from kitchen and dining items to furniture, lighting, cleaning supplies, storage, and organization. You can also find affordable, one-of-a-kind art.

19. Pottery Barn features classic, elegant furniture designs and home-décor finds. (Pro tip: Check out Pottery Barn Teen for more affordable—and colorful—pieces that can sometimes work in adult spaces without looking too junior.)

20. Z Gallerie retails luxe-for-less furniture and décor that, if an entire room were outfitted in its designs, would be over-the-top—but when the occasional piece is incorporated, simply elevates the space around it.

Photo: Zara Home

21. Zara Home, like its apparel arm, offers low-key glamour and statement-making pieces at totally affordable price tags.

22. Design Within Reach features modern furniture investment pieces, along with lighting and accessories from a variety of excellent designers. “Within reach” is subjective—the stuff you’ll find here is probably a level above some of the other places on this list—but you’ll keep it forever.

23. Dwell Studio started out by dominating the bedding market in the early 2000s, and soon came to offer tons of other high-end modern furniture. (Pro tip: Be sure to stop by the sale section, which offers even deeper discounts on the already-affordable prices.)

24. Overstock has an almost overwhelming amount of home inventory, from bedding and bath to furniture and outdoor supplies and accessories. Come here when you’re looking to compare and contrast prices on similar items—it’ll help you spot the best deal.

25. Wayfair is another mass furniture retailer whose offerings can overwhelm (its tagline is “A Zillion Things Home,” but it literally offers 5,000 brands). It’s a good place to compare prices or find basics that you don’t want to overpay for.

Photo: Crate and Barrel

26. Crate and Barrel’s clean, contemporary, and classic furniture, décor, cookware, and dinnerware make it a popular wedding registry site for newlyweds starting a shared home.

27. Design Public prides itself on discovering and nurturing small, independent modern designers. Head here to find your new favorite brand.

28. One King’s Lane, like Gilt, features flash sales featuring a rotating cast of high-end furniture and home accessory brands such as Gray Malin, Matouk, Selamat, Regina-Andrew Design, VIETRI, and more.

29. Mark and Graham is a top destination for customized monogrammed home accessories such as pillows, throws, trays, vases, picture frames, and more.

30. Room Board focuses on handcrafted, high-quality American-made modern furniture that’s both chic and totally functional.

MORE: Your Everything Guide to Scandinavian Furniture

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Whirlpool Breaks Ground on Factory Distribution Center Expansion

GREENVILLE, OH—Whirlpool Corp. will expand its Factory Distribution Center here, which ships KitchenAid small appliances worldwide. The project will nearly double the space at the facility, to 650,000 square feet. MORE

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