Mourne Irish Tweed: Mid-Century, Modern

Since 1954, Mourne has hand-woven updated takes on traditional Irish textiles. Our collection features Irish tweed pillows and throws. Mourne Textiles took Ireland by storm in the 1960s, when a Norwegian fabric designer, Gerd Hay-Edie, took a fresh look at traditional Irish weaving techniques. Mourne’s Mended Tweed became the »

Why Choose Linen Sheets?

When our product team started the hunt for the perfect bedding, it didn't take them long to fall in love with the look and feel of linen. Linen is cooler against the skin than cotton – it's nice and light for summer, and comfy-cozy come winter. While it starts out luxurious »

Behind the Scenes: The Jennings Hotel

After purchasing the historic Jennings Hotel in sleepy Joseph, Oregon, entrepreneur Greg Hennes started a successful Kickstarter to help fund the remodeling of the small-town landmark built in the early 1900s. Working with interior designers, architects, textile artists, and Rejuvenation, he is restoring the interiors to their former glory (and »

Color Theory: The Right White

From the appeal of the white-on-white kitchen to the allure of crisp, clean sheets and bedding at the end of a long day, the reasons to embrace white in design are endless. Flawless and striking, white can provide balance and help unify a room. Minimal yet impactful, it can also »

Rejuvenation Vintage Spotlight: Welcome to Wall Décor

One of the missions of the Rejuvenation Vintage department is to preserve and refresh the items that come our way. We pride ourselves in our standards of restoration, going to any length to give new life to our antiques. In our continuous endeavor to protect the artifacts we find, we »

Outdoor Lighting Our Bloggers Love: Carson Warehouse Shades

Several years ago, when we first decided to offer warehouse lights, we turned to our two favorite sources: the Antiques & Vintage team and our historical archive of catalogs. Our designers soon found a favorite shade shape: an over-sized dome shown on a post light meant for a 1930s gas »

The Ins And Outs Of Outdoor Entertaining

With warmer days quickly approaching, blur the line between the indoors and out with favorite finds from our newest outdoor collections and easy updates to lighting, hardware, furniture, and decor that embrace simplicity while inviting guests to get comfortable and stay awhile. Made-in-Germany, our Newberg Beer Garden Collection makes itself »

Backyard History: Outdoor Furniture Then and Now

When looking for patio decor inspiration, look no further than the Mid-Century design movement. The post-war era saw a boom in leisure time, with planned communities springing up around major cities. Each neighborhood had houses with little picket fences and each house had a patio, complete with a charcoal grill »

Warehouse Lighting, Big and Small

Historically, warehouse lights were a mainstay in bustling factories across the country. Today, they are finding their way into many new spaces, yet the American ideals of hard work, strength and the permanence they evoke remain. Honoring this legacy, our first Carson warehouse lights are faithful reproductions of the originals. »

Project Spotlight: Brezza Cucina

When we opened our 6th store, in Atlanta, Georgia, we were delighted to find ourselves nestled in with dozens of incredible restaurants. A star standout among them--Brezza Cucina--the new hot spot that chose us as their lighting design partners. Brezza Cucina (Photograph by Caroline C. Kilgore, courtesy of Atlanta magazine) »

Hardware Tips: Jewelry For Your Home

It's easy to get a handle on any room design with details that make all the difference. Built to last for years to come, handsome and hardworking pulls, knobs, and hooks offer function and form while pulling the room together. TIP #1: Change your hardware orientation to add interest and »