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Join us in Freeport for a special event on Thursday, Nov. 5th

  
  
  

Join us at our Freeport showroom on Thursday, Nov. 5th to celebrate Maine Home & Design's November/December issue - featuring Rockport artists Rufus & Susan Williams and Swans Island Blankets.

 

Shipyard Brewing Company and Cold River Vodka will provide beer and cocktails, and refreshments will be served.

When/Where:
Thursday, November 5th
6:00pm to 8:30pm
Thos. Moser Freeport Showroom
149 Main Street, Freeport

RSVP:
207.772.3373
jpriest@themainemag.com

Featured:
Steps, Susan Williams, 2009, oil on panel, 36" x 48" and Chaise in cherry

Visit our website for more info.

 

David Moser's Chine Chaise featured on 1 Design Per Day

  
  
  

The Chine Chaise was featured as the Design of the Day on Oct. 14th on 1 Design Per Day...and receives 7 out of 10 stars!

Join us at our DC showroom for a reception with artist Don Savage

  
  
  

You are invited to a reception on Oct. 22nd at our Washington, DC Showroom in Georgetown with featured artist Don Savage...



WHEN:
Thursday, Oct 22, 2009
6pm to 8pm


Refreshments will be served.

RSVP:
Georgetown showroom
300 M Street NW (Located in Cady's Alley)
Washington, DC 20007
t: 202-338-4292
e: dcshowroom@thosmoser.com

We are pleased to feature this fine artist in our Georgetown showroom as part of our "alternative gallery space" program, which highlights national and local artists in each of our showrooms across the country.

For more information, PLEASE CLICK HERE to visit our website.

Shown above: Inside our Georgetown showroom, with Tree and Lake Sunrise by Don Savage on the far wall.

Inspiration is easy to find at a Thos. Moser showroom

  
  
  

Thos. Moser Georgetown ShowroomWe've always known that seeing is believing, and RISD grad Jamie Shelman would apparantly agree based on her recent post to her blog, "Small Expectations" after visiting our Washington, DC showroom in Georgetown (shown at left).  Here's an exerpt:

 

We made the trek to Georgetown today and I fell in love with the furniture of Thomas Moser! Tom has known about his work for sometime and it was amazing to see in person.

To read more, here's the link:

http://smallexpectations.blogspot.com/2009/10/thos-moser.html

Thanks, Jamie, for the kind words!

Coal Shovel Stool featured in NY Times Style Magazine

  
  
  

When it comes to stools, making the right choice is often a very personal choice. That's why we offer so many different sizes, shapes, and styles of stools in our own collection, and if wood isn't your thing we know that there are a virtually infinite number of choices in today's market.

So we were very pleased to have our Coal Shovel Stool included in this weekend's New York Times "T" Style magazine, along with about a dozen or so other stools of decidedly different styles, in a feature called "The Perfect Perch." They divided their favorite stools into two categories, Short and Sweet and Tall and Cool...of course, we prefer the Tall and Cool stool that is shown in the middle of the second row of their online presentation...

To see them all, click this link: The Perfect Perch (NY Times)

To see all our stools (including the featured Coal Shovel Stool), click this link: Thos. Moser Stools 

PS - if you like our new Meridian Collection, then you'll love the new Meridian Stool coming in January...stay tuned for more info...

 

The Meridian Collection by David Moser gets more thumbs up

  
  
  

 Desire To Inspire

We just came across a new (to us) design inspiration blog that recently featured the Meridian Collection, and there are a few very nice comments from their visitors.  The Wooster pendant lights made from actual bowlers and top hats are interesting as well.

Check it out at:

http://desiretoinspire.blogspot.com/2009/10/winks.html

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