During Quarantine Quarters, the girls go shopping at Stange's of Waupaca. Keep an eye out to see if they maintain proper social distancing. Thank you to Christine's Boutique, The Revival, Panache, The Feminine Touch and Studio 212 Hair Salon for participating in this video.
A piece or two of animal art can help you create a look you love to come home to. In our very first episode of Quarantine Quarters, we discover that someone left the barn door open. Liz sets out to collect much of our animal art. She finds llamas, owls, cats, dogs and even a bull.
Robot comes from the Czech word for slave and you'll see plenty of robots inside the Norwegian Stressless factory. Watch all the steps involved in making your Stressless recliner. Because your Stressless chair is ergonomically designed to conform to your neck, shoulders, back and legs like no other, your body can relax. How do they create all this comfort and support? Take a look.
Stressless at Home App
Design and visualize any room in your home
Turn on your imagination. Open up our Stressless® @home app and start dreaming. The app lets you customize any of our seating just the way you envision it, and then place it within any room shot you snap with your phone’s camera. You also can use the app’s AR, 360-degree spin and 3D functionalities to zoom in, zoom out, walk around the room and more. Get started by downloading our app below! And learn more by watching our tutorial video.
It’s really easy!
Download the app from Apple App store or Google Play When opening the app it will automatically download all available Stressless products Choose model, materials, color and base Activate the AR functionality and see the furniture live through the camera lens on your mobile or tablet
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You will love the comfort & support of furniture designed to fit your body like a glove. Learn more about the furniture that fits your neck, shoulders, back and legs like no other. You are going to love Stressless!
An Industrial Console Table With a Whole Lot of History
More Than a Console Table
At first glance, I saw a well made industrial style console table. But then I learned it was a piece of Wisconsin history too.
Because Thomas Edison needed a furniture company to make the wooden cases for his early phonographs, he invested in the Wisconsin Chair Company. They dedicated their New London Wisconsin factory to manufacturing cases for his newfangled music machines.
Our console table already had a long life as Edison’s factory floor. The wood was sculpted by the feet of Wisconsin factory workers driving silver slivers into the wood. It’s likely Edison himself strode along these planks.
The console manufacturer, Charleston Forge, only made a limited number Edison Consoles. Our console is number 069,
The Recording Industry Begins
Because he needed records for his phonographs, Edison had to start the first record companies. That included Paramount Records which was owned by his Wisconsin Chair Company. I found this on the rise & fall of the original Paramount:
How did a Wisconsin chair company, producing records on the cheap and run by men with little knowledge of their audience or the music business, build one of the greatest musical rosters ever assembled under one roof?….By the time Paramount ceased operations in 1932, it had compiled a dizzying array of performers still unrivaled to this day, spanning early jazz titans (Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller), blues masters (Charley Patton, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Son House, Skip James), American divas (Ma Rainey, Alberta Hunter, Ethel Waters), gospel (Norfolk Jubilee Quartette), vaudeville (Papa Charlie Jackson), and the indefinable “other” (Geeshie Wiley, Elvie Thomas).
Because we love uncommon home furnishings that can set your home apart, we had to buy an Edison Console. Come take a gander at all the treasures we offer in our 6 floors of showroom. We believe you will love what you see.