Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Spend a night at the new Moser suite at the Harraseeket Inn in Freeport

Next time you visit our Freeport Showroom, you may want to consider a night in the Thos. Moser suite at the Harraseeket Inn.

The Inn’s room 214 has been completely renovated and redecorated using pieces from our extensive furniture collection. The Moser Room, which opened on Sunday, April 13th, also includes furnishings and accessories by many other well-respected New England companies, as well as the work of several well-known Maine artists.

The Moser Room experience begins just after guests cross the threshold: a permanent wall installation by artists Colin Sullivan-Stevens and Friederike Hamann of the Portland, Maine–based company Field is inspired by the American black cherry forests of the Allegheny Plateau of Pennsylvania, source of much of Moser’s sustainably grown and harvested wood. This subtle piece renders Moser’s deep connection to—and responsibility for—natural resources and sets the tone for the whole space.

The room’s large fireplace features natural sandstone tiles with a live-edge walnut accent, and the eco-friendly floor is soft, chocolate-colored cork tiles. In-suite doors evoke New England barns reminiscent of Tom and Mary Moser’s early years in rural Maine, and family photographs share a rich sense of the family’s history. Luxurious wool area rugs from Savaeviah, hand-forged fireplace tools and fine art lighting fixtures create unique areas of comfort in the bedroom and living areas of the room.

The floor-to-ceiling curtains have been made with fine fabrics from Robert Allen, a long-time partner of ours, whose extensive collection of fabrics is available in our showrooms.

The furniture in the Moser suite is a mix of classic Moser pieces designed by our Tom Moser, as well as more modern collections designed by his son, David. Pieces in the room include a walnut Pencil Post Queen Bed, several of our various occasional tables, a workspace complete with an Aria Writing Desk and Pasadena Side Chair, a lounge area with Vita seating, and a Dr. White’s Chest. Our signature piece, the Continuous Arm Chair, is also represented in the suite in both a children’s version and one for adults. Everything in the room is available for purchase; other pieces of furniture and artwork can also be customized and commissioned upon request, and a complete portfolio of all furniture, arts and accessories is available to guests.

To book your stay in the Moser suite at Harraseeket Inn, give them a call at (800) 342-6423 or visit the reservations page of their website. Tell 'em the Moser blog sent ya.

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