Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Friday, August 15, 2014
Factory Station Cart, faux botanicals and garden accents from DownEast Home
Visit one of our DownEast Home store locations today to see more whimsical pieces like this one. From formal to rustic and casual, we have just the right thing for you!
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Emperor Queen Bed and Emperor Three-Drawer Nightstand from DownEast Home
These pieces are built from solid Acacia, which is a very durable hardwood from India. The ball feet and intricate carvings, as well as the height of the headboard and footboard, make for a very sophisticated room. Visit one of our DownEast Home locations to see the Emperor Queen Bed and Three-Drawer Nightstand, as well as our many other attractive and affordable bedroom sets. Sweet dreams! DownEast Home accent pieces also shown here: Door Motif Framed Art, Francoise Dress Form, Ball Topiary and Hollywood Studio Lamp.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Healdsburg Two-Door Glass Library Cabinet from DownEast Home
Glass doors make it ideal for displaying dishes in a breakfast or dining room, or books and knick-knacks in a den. The warm wood and slightly washed finish give it a casual, vintage appeal. Standing at over six feet in height, this cabinet would have a presence in any room in your house.
Visit one of our DownEast Home locations today to see what other great things we have in store, and at our always remarkable low prices!
Dimensions: 58” L x 16” W x 78” H
Friday, July 25, 2014
The sleek, handsome lines of our Hayden Bedroom Set make for a study in peaceful sophistication. Dark solid pine and pine veneer, accented with nickel pulls and metal lattice, create a look to come home to. Designer tip: We especially love how the kiwi green wall provides a contrast to the other natural and neutral room elements. Hayden Seven-Drawer Dresser, Mirror, Bed and Nightstand from DownEast Home & Clothing
Whether your home design style is contemporary or classic, visit us - you’ll find a bedroom set to love at budget-friendly prices that won’t keep you up at night. Come by one of our DownEast Home & Clothing store locations today!
Friday, July 18, 2014
We’re excited to give you a sneak peek of new items that will soon be in our stores! Enter for a chance to win a $200 DownEast Home & Clothing gift card (for in-store use only). DownEast Home & Clothing currently operates stores in Arizona, Idaho, Nevada and Utah. A complete list of all DownEast Home & Clothing locations is available here.
All you have to do is name your two favorite new DownEast items from those featured in the image above. Selections are numbered and include:
1. Roosevelt Cabinet
2. Garfield Six-Drawer Dresser
3. Thayer Six-Drawer Sideboard
4. Kennedy Four-Drawer Silver Foil Dresser
5. Reagan Bench
6. Lincoln Cabinet
Comment below to tell us which two are your favorites! Be sure to enter your email address in the comment form (it won’t be visible publicly) so we’re able to contact you if you win. And, leave a comment if you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter for even MORE chances to win!
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Click here for the complete rules and regulations. Giveaway ends on August 18, 2014 at 11:59PM EST.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Chelsea Jensen, manager at our DownEast Basics store in Logan, Utah, is another team member who recently traveled to the remote Seococ Chulac village in Guatemala with CHOICE Humanitarian. We talked to Chelsea about the trip and how the villagers have provided inspiration in her life.
Did you discover anything new about yourself as part of the expedition?
Normally, I’m a girl who spends way too much time on her makeup and presentation. But due to the conditions in the village, I went without makeup and my usual “beauty” routine...and found that people still liked me! :-)
The trip really reinforced to me that it’s inner beauty that counts.
What was your favorite part of the trip?
Probably coming to the realization that laughter is a universal language. Even with the language barrier, we were always able to find a way to laugh and have a good time with the villagers. I left the United States thinking that I would change the lives of others on this trip, but in reality, they changed mine.
What do you like most about working for a “pay it forward” company like DownEast?
I love that I work for a company that will let me take time off from work to grow as an individual. I made so many village friends and deepened my relationships with co-workers who were also on the expedition.
What can others do in their everyday lives to help end poverty?
There are so many ways to help, just as there are so many people around us who are having a hard time. If you have the mindset of constantly serving others, then opportunities will present themselves. The expedition certainly made me more alert to the needs of others.
Thanks, Chelsea! Visit the CHOICE Humanitarian website for more information on its work in developing countries and ways that you can get involved.