We opened our gallery this summer. The decision to do this was exciting for us–to be able to showcase our work and some of our favorite artist and artisan pieces. We think the variety allows those interested in Adirondack rustic furniture to have truly unique choices under one roof.
This is what our house looked like in 1927. It was aptly named The Maples since it was surrounded by stately old maple trees. Notice the rustic Old Hickory type settee under the tree. It operated as an inn for many years and guests were afforded the luxury of indoor plumbing and electricity–a real treat for the era.
This is our house now. We’ve lost some trees, but the ole girl is pleased to be home to our L. Post Rustics Gallery.
Adirondack rustic furniture lends itself comfortably to most interior settings. It adds interest and art to almost any room.
This is one our favorite rooms painted with Bunker Hill Green by Benjamin Moore.
Here is our new sign–hand carved maple leaves by Jillian–a tribute to the name The Maples.