roll out the Barrels of indispensable Family Fun

10 Aug

We all understand what “disposable” means in this world today. We talk about reduce, reuse, recycle. We’re trying to save and be wise with our investments. Nothing excessive. Still, the reality of many consumer goods is they’re easily used up, become obsolete, or go out of style.

Then we’re faced with finding a replacement. Something new, improved, state-of-the-art, high efficiency. Something that will make your life better, stylish, more convenient. But what’s the value of something that’s inherently “temporary” and disposable?

Consider family. Is there anything disposable about a family? No chance. For better or for worse, what’s of more lasting value than one’s family and home. And the good times spent together.

Immediate family, grandparents and grandchildren. Aunts, uncles and cousins. The whole kit and kaboodle. Family occasions, vacations and holidays are an invaluable investment in great fun.

Seeing Maine Cottage furniture in a row of trash barrels looks funny for a good reason. Like family, it’s the most unlikely place you’ll ever find it. And that’s the great irony: our furniture is not disposable. It’s a simple way to invest in a comfortable, practical home for your whole family. Yes, for the whole kit and kaboodle.

And it’s a smart choice. It will not need replacement – as it’ll never be “used up”, become obsolete or go out of style. Nope, Maine Cottage withstands family antics and multi-generational enjoyment for a good long time. This is furniture that’ll be passed onto your children and their children and beyond. That’s where the word “indispensible” comes in. How many things can we say that about today?

We’re waiting?

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