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shawntheweaver said...

I love Amish furniture that has this old-fashioned feel to it. I recently went to this store called Brandenberry, an Amish Furniture Outlet, I fell in love with the pieces displayed. You can even have your furniture custom-made. Though a little pricey, but they also have great finds for the budget conscious (well, that is how I see it). But overall, I love the way the wood is treated, and the outcome of the texture and feel. The pieces I bought really fit in the overall atmosphere of my home. I am glad that my friend recommended me Brandenberry. http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com

January 18, 2013 at 4:52 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

I love decorating interiors, though I do not have an interior design degree. I recently went to this place called Brandenberry, an Amish Furniture Outlet store that sells old-fashioned furniture. You can even custom-made the items, too. I fell in love with an armoire that fits perfectly in my living room and I got it for a good price. There are also very affordable items being displayed and it is worth checking out especially if you like old-fashioned furniture. I am glad that my husband and I went to the outlet store after checking their website. It is very different to have the actual look and feel of the furniture, especially the texture of the wood.

January 17, 2013 at 3:58 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

I really like this kitchen design, some people like modern/contemporary style with a strong minimalist influence. I like the French style when it’s all about the rustic, country look. I like a room to feel cozy and intimate. Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com/blog

December 11, 2012 at 8:45 a.m.
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November 1, 2012 at 4:23 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

Urban designs today should take into consideration its impact on local communities and wildlife. Though wildlife is probably not an issue here. Going the green way is the best ideal, because sustainable development is so important nowadays. Teams should strive towards as little carbon footprints as possible, but using better materials and such. Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com/blog

August 27, 2012 at 5:52 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

I like reading your articles and to see your analysis about draft picks. Though I may not agree with you on many of your opinions, like your breakdown on some teams and players, I do appreciate the perspective. It takes many years of experience to be able to analyse the games so well.

Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com/blog

May 15, 2012 at 11:44 p.m.
shawntheweaver said...

The good thing about this is that the furniture needed for these programs are often already found in the schools and they will only need to worry about the curriculum and having the manpower to teach the classes, as well as perhaps the materials needed by the students. Art is important to a child’s development, and schools should learn to recognize that.

Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com

May 9, 2012 at 3:59 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

It would be great if we could see some photos of the new furniture, as it makes a difference to how the place feels depending on the make and design of the furniture. It is great that the salon is reinventing itself this way, and is sure to excite old customers and attract new ones.

Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com

May 9, 2012 at 3:55 a.m.
shawntheweaver said...

I think another challenge for urban design is that they have to take into the consideration that as more people move into the city, congestion and pollution will ensue. Designers that are able to somehow address this problem will get recognition. The urban revival will bring much challenge for city planners as well, but it is also a hidden opportunity to exploit. Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com

February 13, 2012 at 9:56 p.m.
shawntheweaver said...

Somehow, I think that the building stands out amongst the other buildings in the area like a sore thumb. That junction is actually quite a prime real estate, and I am sure many mall owners would want to build a mall there. The proposed tenants for the Search Engine doesn''t seem to fit the kind of businesses that are in the area. So is this plan going to come true? Shawn - http://www.brandenberryamishfurniture.com

February 13, 2012 at 9:26 p.m.
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