As the hassles and headaches of travel continue to grow, stay-at-home vacations, or “staycations,” are in the spotlight as a great way to take a break from the rat race without losing your mind or your luggage. Ready to give a staycation a try? Here are three ways to create a relaxed and stylish vacation vibe in your home that’ll last long after your holiday break.
Yearn to cruise the high seas in the grand style of a by-gone era? Create a vintage steamer ship vibe with the Melange Bondurant Desk.
A vintage steamer trunk look-alike, the Melange Bondurant Desk has a faux zinc finish with leather and nailhead trim. Inside is a drop-front center drawer for a computer furniture keyboard, plus six utility drawers with wallpapered interiors, a locking file drawer and a top drawer with a drop-in writing insert.
With the design of her Portal Round Mirror, Cynthia Rowley brings a port hold window (a classic ship design element) full circle in a modern way.
What makes the Annick Recliner even more appealing is that it is part of the new Sam Moore Furniture Express Quick-Ship Program that includes an assortment of chairs, recliners and sofas that are ready to be shipped to participating retailers immediately upon your order.
Lounge the hours away in the Annick –a comfy take on a classic wing chair often found in English homes. You would never know it is a recliner.
Rustic chic comes home to roost with the Willow Bend Dining Table. It captures the look of the farm-to-table movement in a sophisticated way, especially when paired with luxe leather side chairs, also from the Willow Bend Collection.
Does pitching a vent like when you were a kid have appeal, yet give you pause? Create a retro cool camping vibe with the Grasshopper Chair.
No camp stool (or rock) can compare to the cushy comfort of the Grasshopper Chair, upholstered in a bold floral motif.
Aptly named, the Windward Raffia Bed delivers texture in a laid-back, breezy way.
A staycation has much to offer you, especially when filled with style. Best of all? No passport required.