There’s always something new happening around here! I am thrilled to let you know that BeeLine now has two new upholstered chairs, Bunny’s Chair and the Westcott Wing Chair. Those of you who visited us in High Point in April may recognize them, as we previewed them there. Both chairs are based on originals I own. The original Bunny’s Chair is my favorite chair to curl up in after dinner. It is the most comfortable and stylish spot in my living room. And, from the minute I saw it, I loved the playful combination of styles in the Westcott Wing Chair.

In other news, I am excited that Slifer Designs is carrying a large selection of BeeLine Home in their new 6,600 square foot shop in Denver. The shop features tastefully designed vignettes that will change weekly. Shoppers can purchase items right off the floor or work with Slifer’s design team on custom orders. In fact, they offer a 3-hour complimentary design consultation to anyone who is interested.  If you are in the Denver area, please visit. Tell them Bunny sent you!

Slifer Designs

Cherry Creek Shopping Center

3000 East First Avenue, #233 (2nd floor, across from Neiman Marcus)

Denver, CO 80206

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3 Responses to What’s new?

  1. The wing chair would look great upholstered in an Indian blanket-like fabric or a crewel embroidery!

  2. Paula says:

    The wing chairs are fabulous but I am in love with the chair with the ottoman next to the bed. I could see myself curled up and reading your book in that chair.


  3. Cameo says:

    I adore them both! Bunny’s chair is indeed the chair to curl up with a good book, glass of wine,……and a cashmere throw! The Westcott is that oh so special chair that is perfect for historical conversation with libations!!! I could get comfy in them both!!!

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