As we wake up to a Beautiful Spring Morning in Baltimore, we look back on another week filled with truckloads of Fabulous Estate Furniture Arriving for Consignment! The clock pictured here is just one of several nice Grandfather’s Clocks in the store. In addition to the ones on our website, we have a few more in our Preview Room waiting to be prepared for the floor and photoed for the website.
The large Mahogany Breakfront to the right of the clock is made by Baltimore’s own Potthast Brothers Furniture. While Cornerstone handles more Potthast furniture than any other store, even we get excited when a Dining Room Breakfront arrives. You just don’t see these pieces come to market very often. The Beautiful Set of Wicker is from high end maker Braxton Culler. It will be perfect for someone’s Sun Room.
Other great furniture hit the dock this week, including a Henkel Harris Corner Cabinet that was picked up late yesterday. Other pieces on the dock include a Lazy Boy Leather Recliner, a Pottery Barn Farm Table, Sofas, Chairs, and More! Stop by the store today to Sneak a Peek on our dock area to see them all.
Baltimore’s Favorite Consignment Store has been super busy this week! We needed both our trucks in Gaithersburg on Monday and then again in Baldwin on Tuesday in order to handle Two Beautiful Homes of Estate Furniture. Our hard working staff is still sorting and organizing the loads. But you’re welcome to come “Sneak a Peek” in our Back Room or Preview Room if you’d like to see things before we’re able to get all the photographs on our website.
Pictured here are two very nice breakfronts. The lighter Inlaid Breakfront on the right is from Century Furniture. The striped upholstered chairs are done in a fabric from Brunschwig and Fils! The two Leather Modern Style Chairs are from Roche Bobois. The leather top desk pictured in the front is one of two that just arrived. The other is a Beautifully Inlaid Executive Desk. Both are from Hekman.
As the weather in Baltimore keeps warming up, our store keeps filling up! Experienced consignment shoppers know that Spring is a Great Time to Shop for Furniture. Both of our trucks are busier than ever picking up furniture from Baltimore and Washington DC’s nicest homes.
Pictured here are a Statton Writing Desk and Tall Chest, as well as a Red Leather Wing Chair and Ottoman from Sherrill. All came in from a local estate. Other pieces from the house included a Chippendale Sofa, a Statton Curio, and More. And that’s just one of this week’s stops! So, put down the yard tools for a little while and come see Baltimore’s Biggest and Best Selection of High Quality Traditional Consignment Furniture.
If there’s one thing that 28 years in the estate furniture business has taught us, it’s that the recently arrived warm weather also signals the start of “Moving Season”! And with that, our store fills with Wonderful Consignment Furniture from houses all over the Baltimore and Washington DC area.
This year we’ve seen an exceptional selection of High Quality Upholstered Furniture come through our doors. In this picture, you’ll find our own Lydia Drabik giving the “seat test” to a just arrived Chippendale Sofa from Hancock and Moore. Take a break from the yard work to see this and all the latest arrivals as they hit the dock!
Short a seat or two at home? Then this is a great week to visit Baltimore’s Favorite Furniture Consignment Store! That’s because we’re adding even more Occasional Upholstered Chairs to the Store Daily! You’ll find Beautiful, Like New Chairs for your favorite makers- names like Stickley, Baker, Ethan Allen, Fairfield, Jessica Charles and Maitland Smith.
The two Large Chairs and Ottomans Pictured Arriving on Our Dock Yesterday are from Sam Moore and are priced to move quickly at $325 each! The pair of Martha Washington Chairs by the dock door are from Ethan Allen and priced at $325 for the pair. All four chairs came from a lovely estate in Northern Baltimore County.
So whether your need is for a casual swivel rocker or a formal Queen Anne Chair, stop in today to see Baltimore and Washington DC’s largest selection of High Quality Consignment Chairs!
As committed as we are to keeping our website updated throughout the week-every week, great consignment furniture arrives faster than we can prep, photo and place it on our site. That’s why we created our Preview Room! This allows customers visiting the store a chance to see the very latest arrivals as we unload and tag them.
Pictured here are two desks (the one on the right is by Ethan Allen) as well as some bedroom and other other pieces waiting their turn to be prepped and placed on our showroom floor. But you don’t have to wait! Stop by the store any day and take a peek at pieces before they get on the website. It’s just one more way that we work hard to be Baltimore’s favorite consignment store.
Yesterday was another great day of Quality Furniture Arrivals here at Baltimore and Washington DC’s favorite consignment store. Pictured in the far right are pieces of a Red Sectional Sofa by High Quality Maker Southwood. The Off-white Chippendale Sofa is by Southwood as well. The Bedroom Chest and Dresser are from Henkel Harris! These pieces are from an immaculate home in Silver Spring, Maryland. They are like-new and will please even the most discriminating buyer!
If you’re searching for Beautiful Traditional Dining Room Furniture, you may want to visit as soon as possible. Part of these arrivals are Dining Room Furniture from Henkel Harris, Ethan Allen and Harden. All of these pieces are made of Solid Mahogany or Cherry. You’ll find Tables, Chairs, Sideboards, Servers and Corner Cabinets. Pictured here is just a small sampling of some pieces as they passed through our dock area.
It’s no secret that Baltimore Loves “House of Cards!” What may not be quite as well known is that everyone here at Cornerstone Loves their Furniture and Accessories almost as much as the show. That’s because over the last few years, Baltimore and Washington DC’s Favorite Consignment Store has been helping the wonderful staff from House of Cards fill their sets with great looking, traditional furniture, worthy of a Washington DC office or home.
And while we’ve loved selling them pieces (we truly appreciate their business), it’s fun to help them sell a bit of the pieces that have finished their time in the spotlight. This gives our great clientele a chance to Own and Enjoy a Piece of TV History. Better still, all of these quality pieces are available at a low everyday Cornerstone price. The great little story that comes with each piece is yours at no extra charge!
Stop in today to get your little piece of Netflix history.
This may be the table you’ve been waiting to find! Not only beautiful, this Traditional Inlaid Mahogany Table has two large leaves that expand it’s length to Ten Feet! That means you’ll be ready for any entertaining situation. Small gathering- the table is 6 feet long without the leaves. Add a leaf- add two more feet: 6, 8 or 10, you’re ready for anything. This table shows great at any size, with Fabulous Satinwood Inlays and a rich mahogany color.
Stop in today to see this Quality Ethan Allen piece, as well as the many other Estate Pieces we’ve picked up just this week- pieces from Baker, Thomasville, PA House and More!
Our wonderful Baltimore and Washington DC customers think of Cornerstone first when it comes to High Quality Traditional Dark Wood Furniture- think Henkel Harris, Ethan Allen, Baker, Kittinger, Statton, Stickley, Etc. But they also know that we’ve always got a few surprises to keep things interesting. After all, variety is the spice of life- right?
This week’s surprise is this great looking, light wood, Modern-Style Dining Room Set. It’s table comes with two large leaves so that it can easily accommodate the eight matching chairs. The sleek lines of the sideboard and the large breakfront will finish off the room.
Use the drop down menu of Manufacturers to see all your favorites. Or, click Just Arrived Furniture to see all of our inventory starting with the last piece we added to the site. Who knows, you may be surprised to fall in love with something out of the ordinary. It happens to us all the time!