Items I Love

Drag & drop your favorite items here to curate your custom Century House collections!

Please Log In or Create An Account to save your Century Collection.

5 Memorable & Modern Wedding Gifts

5 Memorable & Modern Wedding Gifts

Katy - May 25th, 2017

Wedding season is almost here! I always look forward to being a part of wedding celebrations and watching the smiling couple enjoy their big day. Choosing a memorable wedding gift and wrapping it with style is part of the fun. While I often try to select an item from the couple’s wedding registry, sometimes a step […]

Vote for your Favorite Outdoor Furniture Design!

Vote for your Favorite Outdoor Furniture Design!

Emily - May 10th, 2017

As we stock up on antihistamines, sunscreen and bug spray, gearing up for Summer, we’re also dreaming about our favorite ways to relax in the out-of-doors. So what makes an ideal outdoor oasis? It all starts with a chair. Generally, where you’ll be sitting drives your choice of materials and construction. Around the campfire, for […]

Remastered Aeron Chair Review

Remastered Aeron Chair Review

Katy - May 5th, 2017

The Aeron® Chair by Herman Miller® has been one of the most desirable task chairs for 23 years. Originally designed in 1994 by Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, the Aeron Chair remains a modern and innovative task chair today. After more than 20 years of success, Herman Miller decided to reevaluate this famous design. With […]

Graf Lantz: German + Japanese Design

Graf Lantz: German + Japanese Design

Katy - April 12th, 2017

From the moment I experienced products by Graf Lanz, I was intrigued and infatuated — first with the texture of the soft Merino wool, then by the simple perfection of the designs. Where did these stunning pieces come from? Who made them? And can I buy them all? I decided to dig deeper. Holger Graf […]

5 Products We Love for 2017

5 Products We Love for 2017

Katy - January 5th, 2017

A fresh year is finally here. And we are thinking about products we expect to take off in 2017. The products we selected were released previously, but they have yet to receive the attention we feel they truly deserve. There is plenty of modern style, exceptional comfort and functional technology to go around in 2017! […]

Boom! Art!

Boom! Art!

Tobin - August 2nd, 2016

  Stick Vega is all about the “boom.” The gunpowder artist from Madison, WI, draws inspiration, and a mildly perverse thrill, from the intentionally uncertain act of putting fire to fuse. Each time Vega “blows something up,” he says with a spark in his eye, it is an act of art and faith. Using layering and […]

The New Modular Nursery Collection

The New Modular Nursery Collection

Katy - February 23rd, 2016

Every new parent agonizes over the many decisions and purchases that need to be made before first baby is born: Home birth or hospital? . . . Which car seat is safest? . . . Breast vs bottle? . . . Do I really need the stroller with monster truck tires? I mean, last I […]

Easy Ways to Freshen Your Home for 2016

Easy Ways to Freshen Your Home for 2016

Katy - January 6th, 2016

New Year’s Day makes me crave change. I tend to spend this relaxing holiday at home. This year I looked around my house, and I started to feel a need for a design reset. Maybe it’s the large amount of time I spend inside during the winter, or the fact that I’ve been binge watching “Fixer Upper” on […]

The Art and Joy of Dressing the Dinner Table

The Art and Joy of Dressing the Dinner Table

Linda - November 16th, 2015

I’m not sure when I acquired my love of dressing the dinner table but it began before I hit double digits. My mom would take down our special-occasion dinnerware (until I was big enough to reach it myself), tell me where she wanted everything placed on the table, and then set me free to complete […]

Welcome Traditions

Welcome Traditions

Tobin - October 27th, 2015

We understand how the pineapple earned its swagger as the symbol of hospitality and welcome in colonial North America. New England sea captains who sailed among the Caribbean Islands dodging malaria, wicked storms, and the horrific hygiene of their randy crew were fortunate to return with their health and good judgment. But the luckiest of the […]

  • Stay Connected

  • Archives

Create a new list