Sunday, February 23, 2014

New Arrival

Styles come and styles go. The Victorian era is a constant and favorite of Home Again. Our young customers just love it. And that's amazing! It seems to fit into a young hip decor. People still have taste.
After a long winter nap, our painted lady has returned. Susie from Cottage 101 will be gracing our floor again. I see a little change in her style. Moved away from country chic into a little mod. Very cool! I would like to see more of it.

Friday, February 21, 2014

A New Neighbor

There is a major buzz at 63 Main Street, Luzerne. Our raw food chef/consultant Dan McGrogan has opened the first raw food cafe. It has been a long time coming to this area. It is warm, friendly, inviting, and above all brimming with good health. When I visit my nephew in Jersey, you have to stand in line and take a number in this type of establishment. Everyone is very excited! It is the go to place if you value your health. Dan will be holding classes to teach the raw food lifestyle or looking to incorporate more elements of raw foods into the diet. It is not a fad. It is to stay healthy for life.

Raw Talent

Dan is showing me his raw living bread minus the pieces I'm eating. It is a wonderful crispy carrot-buckwheat flax bread. Dan walked the walk. He transformed his own health with the power of living nutrients. His cuisine is raw, uncooked, untreated, unadulterated. No fillers or synthetic ingredients, dairy free, gluten free, no soy allergens. If you believe in Heaven, try a FRONANA.
100% frozen banana and nothing else.
You will be able to purchase books
on the subject and the ingredients that are used in the recipes.

Cozy Corner

Sunny Bar Area

Sit with your smoothie and crank up the computer. WiFi is offered for your enjoyment.
Dan will be the hottest trendsetter in Luzerne. He shares recipes, resources, and knowledge. He is a coach. Instead of starting your day with a coffee and a steak and egg bagel, try the 16 ounce nucleus juice. Your body won't believe it!

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Something New

Our customer came to us and wanted to replace a tired kitchen counter. I can remember the yellow Formica counter in my mother's 1970's kitchen. The swivel bar stools were replaced a dozen times from the constant swirling. It was the hub of the house. Everything took place at this counter. Preparing food and making all plans that life had to offer. We called our friends at American Heritage and set our customer up with a piece she would enjoy and give her the look she wanted. It will also give her some much needed room.

Shelba Johnson. The best furniture carrier!

Kevin delivered this piece at night and still had a smile on his face.
We chose the kitchen bar in white to compliment her cabinets and a honey pine top. She wanted to keep her vintage Pier 1 bar chairs. We added a little color with VHC chair pads in jute and matching runner. The beauty of this piece is it can be moved away from the wall and double as an island.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

No Spring Here

Traveling down Route 11 to Berwick. I just had to stop and snap these marvels of nature.