From the moment I saw this in its previous home, my heart melted. Fondly, referred to as Big Blue. This pine Early Canadiana cabinet, circa 1800, still boasts most of its orginal paint. These cabinets are becoming beyond scarce, and highly sought after. Classic Canadiana will look great in any interior, especially modern. Measures 51" wide, 24" deep, and 75" high.
Breathtaking orginal midnight blue paint on this stunning pine Early Canadiana sideboard, circa 1800. This piece has been with it's previous owers for over 40 years, a testament to how much it has been loved. One of the best examples of original paint that I have had in the store in over 25 years. This is authentic Canadiana at its best. Measures 53" wide, 26" deep, and 41" high.
Beautiful! This scandinavian pine bench just oozes with Scandi Style... and is perfect to put along side a harvest table. Great storage in the 2 deep drawers. Handles are not original, but work with the piece well. Hand rubbed wax finish makes you want to touch this piece and sit on it. Measures 83" long, 19" deep, 19" seat height, and 38" high back height.
Quebec pine jam cupboard, Circa 1850, gorgeous patina. These cabinets are hard to find, simply put, no one wants to give them up, the previous owners had it for over 40 years.They are practical, and can be used in so many rooms, extra storage in the bathroom, entry way, perfect in the living or dining area. Measures 32" wide, 13" deep, and 48" high
This table was custom made for its previous owners 30 years ago in the Ottawa Valley. Quality craftmanship and great design make this table a winner. Trestle tables offer generous leg room, as there is no apron around the table top. This table has a unique feature, 8" leaves that attach to the end extending the length for those special occasions when you need to seat 10 or more people. Table measures 41 1/2" wide, and 72" long, with both leaves attached it extends to 88" in length. This table can easily accomadate 10 to 12 people.
Made from solid mahogany, with traditional brass inset handles, circa 1870. Hand cut dovetail joinery in drawer and the casement construction. This piece would have originally come apart in 2 sections, there has been bracing placed on the back (thoughtfully done) which keeps them together. Measures 39" high, 36" wide, and 20" deep.
This farmhouse table has been cut down to coffee table height. Made from stunning quarter sawn oak, circa 1880. Beautiful robust hand turned legs, and the top has a hand rubbed oit finish. Measures 42" long, 30" deep, and 20" high.
A very rare find for us. A pair of pine nun's cabinets from a convent in Quebec, circa 1900. Simply, humble, and modest.... a true reflection on their original life and purpose. Measure 14" wide, 13" deep, and 26" high. They are being sold as a pair.
Truly a magnificent 1930's oak trestle table... 8 feet long! Perfect for large gatherings. This table oozes rustic charm. The overscaled baluster base is perfectly balanced by large solid plank top. The hand rubbed oil finish make this table easy for day to day living. Measures 8 feet long, 42" wide, and 29" high.
This piece is from my personal collection.... so needless to say Im pretty fond of it. Made in France, circa 1830, burled walnut veneer on fruitwood. Tulip wood and satinwood inlay is elegantly detailed. The drop front has cantilevered weights... so the desk is fully supported when open. Keys are not original, but can be used to open all drawers. Measures 64" high, 18" deep, 35" wide, and 36" deep when the desk is open.
Surroundings offers a curated collection of early Canadiana, English antiques, organic upholstered sofas and chairs, architectural details, vintage lighting, mixed with the latest in modern home decor accessories.