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From June 1 through 30, Farley’s Bookshop in New Hope will have Bucks County Community College’s Furniture and Cabinetmaking Program student work on display in the store as part of the first-ever …

Furnishing the outdoors

When it comes to outdoor living spaces and furnishings, high quality pieces are worth the investment. Durable and long lasting in timeless classic materials and colors, think about the long haul …

A Bedminster Township man was recently sentenced to three to seven years in state prison for operating a custom furniture business and ripping off 40 customers of nearly $118,000, the Bucks County …

“Wow factor” furnishing

Sofas get a lot of attention but sometimes it’s the side chairs, tables, sideboards and smaller players in a room that can make all the difference to use, comfort, flexibility and style.

Tick-tock…Antique clock tips

I have appraised all types of clocks — tall case clocks, carriage clocks, mantle clocks, etc. — for clients in all parts of the world. These clock collectors have been surprised or even stunned …

Get ready for patio season

Spring brings with it a host of possibilities. Performance fabrics and quality durable furnishings create personalized spaces for outdoor living. Dusting off or upgrading patio and deck furniture and …

Furniture designer and architect Mira Nakashima will make a rare appearance in New York City from 5:30 to 8 p.m. March 7, at the 1950 Gallery, 44 East 11th St., New York, N.Y., during a reception to showcase a never before exhibited private collection of her commissioned furniture.

Facing criticism, Quakertown Community School Board members defended a $77,900 deal to purchase new furniture for district headquarters at their latest meeting.

Are you the practical type, or is “whimsy” your watchword? Whether you’re furnishing a home, apartment or vacation place from scratch, replacing worn out — or outdated — pieces, or looking to update your home’s current look, investing in high-quality furniture should be a thoughtful process.

A Bedminster Township couple who operated a custom furniture business was charged recently with ripping off 40 customers of nearly $118,000, the Bucks County District Attorney’s office said.

Rago Auction in Lambertville, N.J., hosted Mira Nakashima, Miriam Carpenter and Robert Aibel for a symposium with lectures on Nakashima Studios and the modern craft furniture movement May 6.

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