Wednesday, October 31, 2007
For your modern home or castle, I can highly recommend the Technicolor Dream Couch from Rustica Home Furnishings. With 51 classy color options, you can adjust the couch to your decor, mood, or current season.
The couch comes with six poses, built in so as to take up less prims, but does not come with the owner/builder Maxwell Graf as pictured here. One cushion also gives you a glass of wine to relax with, and will have enough for all of your friends.
Wanting to show the couch in a different color and setting, here it is in the Dream Weavers Cafe on EduIsland. I chose the moss green to compliment the photograph on the wall, and added a side table and plant from other collections at Rustica.
Another option in the Technicolor collection - the Technicolor Recliner. Equipped with a martini and working footrest, the chair has the same color changing options as the couch. Nice for the office or home!
Posted by Samantha Kazakov at 6:42 PM
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Introducing a new feature to all beds at Rustica - the snuggle script! When the bed is not in use, it looks nice and neat with beautiful sculpted prim detail work. When you get in bed, the covers come up and up to two people can have a nice snooze.
The bed shown is the newest style available in Rustica from the Ironoak Collection - with lamps of fire that can be turned off and on. If it isn't your style, make sure to check out the other options, all with the snuggle feature!
Rustica has also added a Unlucky Chair during the month of October - but you may get lucky enough to win something anyway. Stop by for treats and terrors - but watch out for ghosts!
Rustica can be found here.
Posted by Samantha Kazakov at 2:26 PM
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Announcing Rustica, the home furnishing store located in the City of LagNmoor.
Each piece of furniture available at Rustica is an original Maxwell Graf design. The desire to manufacture fine and unique furnishings from virtual materials including ancient woods, fine leather, rich fabrics - hand chosen and hand painted textures with an emphasis on quality - led to the design and construction of these pieces. Ambience, atmosphere and one of a kind items will make your home a castle and your castle a home.
Come experience the quality pieces of furniture for yourself! Many include elaborate sculptie prims, drawers and cabinets with working parts, color changing menus, and more.
After you're done exploring Rustica, make sure to check out the rest of the City of LagNmoor - an amazing build with elements of Byzantine, Gothic, Dark Age, Fantasy, Turkish, English and French architectural elements. Don't be fooled - there are secrets hidden beneath the beautiful shell.
Let’s face it; they didn’t call it the Dark Ages because it was fun... but it can be fun to visit!
Posted by Samantha Kazakov at 4:47 PM