EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUES: "We specialize
in very fine 18th and early 19th century English and Continental
furniture and accessories," says Alex Cima de Villa, co-owner
of The Drawing Room. He is shown next to a handsome Louis XVI
secretary, dating to 1780. Of tulipwood and kingwood in parquetry
design, it features a cylinder bookcase. Above is a selection
of botanicals by Crispin Van de Passe of the Netherlands, dating
to 1614 and 1616.End
Cima de Villa and Ro Muller, owners of The Drawing Room, are thrilled
with their latest acquisition: 300 high quality period pieces
from England and Scotland.
FEATURING FURNITURE: "We wanted to expand,
and we wanted a furniture store. Now we have created a store where
furniture is the star." Nicholas Bewsey (left) and Nelson
Zayas, owners of Blue Raccoon, are proud of their new establishment
in New Hope. They are seated on the very popular "LA"
sectional, featuring wicker weave-type fabric. Joining them is
loyal bulldog buddy, "Dash.".End
known for outstanding and unique home furnishings, accessories,
and gifts, the award-winning Blue Raccoon in Lambertville now
has a companion store in New Hope. Featuring the line of Mitchell
Gold furniture, the store opened at 550 Union Square last November.