More furniture in classic style available here


November 26, 1995|By Elizabeth Large

Royal Furniture has added another well-established, traditional line of furniture to its stores with the opening of its Pennsylvania House gallery, the only one in Baltimore. Pennsylvania House is known for its classically styled cherry, oak, pine and maple furniture and has recently expanded its line to include transitional designs and a variety of finishes, paints and crackles. The company also has introduced casual upholstery collections that complement its wooden furniture.

Floral benefit

Five local floral designers have been given five gracious homes in Ruxton to transform for the holidays. A walking tour of the decorative results will be held Dec. 1-2, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Symphony Homes for the Holidays will benefit the youth concert programs of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Tickets, which include a shuttle to the neighborhood, are $15 each. For %J information, call (410) 783-8023.

Sporty sheets

Sports-minded high school and college students will love AZRU Sports' new sheet sets with hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, field hockey and racket-sports logos. The designs are hand painted by the Ellicott City company's vice president, Susan Haug, in school colors if requested.

Twin sets are $34.95 and full sets $44.95. For more information, call (800) 320-3028.

Cat lover's heaven

Sue Sachs Ltd., the new shop in Cockeysville's antiques row, sells folk art, gifts and collectibles for cat lovers -- not, Ms. Sachs will hasten to tell you, for cats themselves. The winged cat gargoyle, for instance, is a big seller, as are the candle holders, pillows, mirrors, ornaments and much more -- all with a pet theme.

Sue Sachs Ltd. is the largest dealer in the area of Cat's Meow Village collectibles. She even has custom designs of Baltimore structures, including the Senator Theatre, the Flag House and Bertha's.

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