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Posted by Nick Burrin, on December 21st, 2013, under New England News, RSS
At New England Lifestyle we are pleased to announce our January sale has started. All our furniture has 30% off for January.
Our Best buys are our the New England dresser WAS £1998 NOW £1398.60 or take a look at the New England bedroom furniture, the bedside table WAS £248 NOW £173.60, or how about our New England chest of drawers WAS £664 NOW £464.80 all great buys and many more.
Purchasing with New England Lifestyle ensures you experience:
- Knowledgeable and friendly staff
- Quick delivery on stock items
- Two hour delivery slots
- Trained, experienced delivery team
- Furniture packaging removed and recycled
- All orders processed on secure servers
- Exclusive furniture designs
- Handmade furniture – no flat pack
We also have a brand new free guide available to all our followers on facebook called “creating a timeless space” . To receive one of these brochures, please visit our facebook page @ www.facebook.com/newenglandlifestyle and complete your details. Compiled for your use from the owner and founder of New England Lifestyle Nick Burrin, bringing his experience direct to you.
Visit us online at www.newenglandlifestyle.uk.com or pop in and see us at our showroom for a coffee and a cake.
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Posted by Nick Burrin, on December 11th, 2013, under New England News, RSS
The great thing about New England Interiors is the simplicity. White walls, wood and a light oak, maple or sea grass flooring alongside our furniture creates the perfect look. You can then add interesting accessories to give your house a unique feel.
We have been searching the web for new ideas and have added many of our finds to our pinterest account http://ow.ly/q5A0q take a look at the pictures of our favourite accessories.
The New England look is really enhanced by the sea and coastal regions of America. Why not add a wooden rowing oar for a great talking point for your room. Consider buying second hand and “upcycle” for a unique look, see the classic navy and white wooden oar picture with stars and stripes for inspiration.
Displaying your white crockery on open shelving can also add character to any kitchen or dining room.
At New England Lifestyle we love the wooden signs, especially with names and quotes from New England, as well as the all the fabulous drift wood accessories, do you?
In our showroom we have colourful buoys hanging up which add amazing colour and a feeling of being close to the sea and look at home next to our sailing boat! And of course our white or chrome lanterns always add a touch of style to any room.
Let us know which accessories you chose to add to your New England interior?
Posted by Nick Burrin, on December 7th, 2013, under New England News, RSS
New England is famous for many great dishes and has an abundance of Seafood, Lobster, Clams, Haddock, Atlantic Cod. Maine Lobster is famous all over the world and the Lobster rolls are just the best, also the great tasting Clam Chowder from Rhode Island is a must. New England is also famous for their dairy products.
New England is also known for its wholesome food and recipes including baking, pies, Boston beans, maple syrup, cranberries and Maine wild blueberries. The most popular cooking methods are baking and stewing. The Hamburger sandwich was created in Connecticut’s New Haven.
Also the very first mass produced soft drink was invented in Maine New England called Moxie which is still popular today. I went on a pilgrimage to the Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream factory and I found it really difficult to leave. Ben and Jerry’s was founded in 1978 in Vermont and on their anniversary they give away free ice cream.
What’s your favourite Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream?
Thanks Giving was celebrated first in Plymouth Massachusetts on the fourth Thursday, every November. It became a holiday in 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln wanted a national day of Thanksgiving during the civil war and he said “Thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens” it has now become one of the biggest holidays in the United States.
It is a wonderful family day, celebrated with traditional Turkey, whole grain stuffing with Apples, Sausages, Pecans, and roasted Vegetables. Sweet Potato, Green Bean Casserole with Cranberries, followed by one of New England’s best desserts Pear and Apple Crumble Cake with warm Caramel sauce.
Does anybody know of any New England restaurants in England or does anybody know where you can buy clam chowder from Supermarkets or Deli’s?