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We love bread boards for entertaining, as a base for a centerpiece, or just displaying them on the wall in the kitchen.

One of the beautiful things about collecting these lovely wooden boards is that each one is different. All of them have aged in their own distinct way, so you will never find any two that look the same. Check out our best boards, don’t wait these boards go fast.  See our entire collection here > Bread Boards

 

French Petite Bread/Cheese Board

 

French Bread Board Braced w/Copper

 

Large Charcuterie French Bread Board

 

Antique French Bread/Cheese Board

 

These are just a few in our collection - please visit Omero Home for more bread boards...

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With fall on the horizon, we have some new arrivals at Omero Home that transition wonderfully into fall. Check it out:

Below Monochromatic Neutral Antique Kilim Ottoman

 

Below Antique French Dough Bowl-Driftwood

 

Below Midcentury Bamboo & Jute Drum Stool

 

Below French Iron & Concrete Garden Table

 

Below Antique French Winnow Harvest Basket

 

Visit our online Home Decor shop for the newest items.

 

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Happy New Year Friends, We would like to take the time to thank you for this past year. We are thankful and grateful to you & counting our blessings. There is so much to look forward in the coming year. We wish you Health, Love, Joy, Happiness & Prosperity. May your New Year ring with laughter and cheer! Marking the start of a blessed New Year!

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Today we celebrate Switzerland's Beauty in Winter.

 

 

Happy Travels from Omero Home

 

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A fun filled day of Fall inspirations & Pumpkins Galore ~ Shop Omero Home

HAPPY AUTIUMN 2016

 

 

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We loved this from AD and thought our viewers would too - great advise!

Step one: Treat the tiny space as a fun creative challenge

A living room is often the hub of a house, but when it’s cramped and narrow, choosing and arranging furniture can feel like an impossible math problem. It’s a conundrum that New York interior designer Christina Murphy encounters all too often in her work with city-dwelling clients. As with any space, though, she approaches a small living room strategically: “Assessing the room’s assets and making those the focal point as much as possible is the best way to make the room appealing,” she says. If it’s got great light, play that up with lighter colors to create a sense of expansiveness; if it has a stunning fireplace, draw attention to it. From there, she offers these pro tips for maximizing your space.

Scale down
In a narrow living room, every piece of furniture matters. Choose leaner tables and wall sconces to save much-needed floor space. For seating, tight-back sofas and club chairs are your friends, says Murphy: “They can be a lot less deep than loose-back options while still being just as comfortable.” The small scale of these yellow chairs, for example, allows for extra seating flanking the fireplace.

Get creative
Limited space challenges you to think beyond seating conventions. “I love built-in banquettes since they’re efficient, maximizing space and conversation areas,” says Murphy. If the room is narrow but also long, she recommends placing sofas back to back to allow for two seating areas.

Trick the eyes
“Having several different lighting sources at different heights will draw your eye to different areas of the room, making it feel bigger and more interesting,” says Murphy. She also recommends adding a larger attention-getter to balance scale, such as a piece of art or built-in bookshelves, like those shown here.

 

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This quaint Connecticut community has everyone falling in love with its New England charm.

This town of 18,600 overlooking Long Island Sound is so New England picturesque  at a mere 36 square miles along the Connecticut shoreline, Madison is easy to miss—and residents happen to like it that way.

Almost exactly halfway between New York City and Boston, Madison attracts a sophisticated mix of professionals—lawyers, accountants, architects—as well as a growing community of artists. They frequent the town's independent boutiques and family-owned restaurants, most of which are housed in the two-story shingled and redbrick buildings (many dating from the 1930s) that line Main Street. In the summer, a scenic green in the heart of downtown hosts outdoor concerts and a farmers' market.

Credit: Coastal Living

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Antique Water Pitcher from Puglia, Italy

Antique Water Pitcher from Puglia, Italy. This is a wonderful example of a typical antique water pitcher from Puglia, Italy. Both the shape and the painting are done in the typical fashion of the time and place. This pitcher dates from the 19th century.

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Italian Antique Copper Pot

Copper water pot from Italy. Groups of women would often gather in their town and fill  pots like this with water from the fountains.  They carried the pots on top on their heads once they were filled. Today, the pot makes a unique decorative item. The patina on the copper is beautiful and the subtle etched detailing adds a little elegance to a utilitarian pot. There is a small crack in the pot as well as denting from years of use. This pot will not hold water - however perfect for fruit for kitchen counter.

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