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WHO WE ARE We are proud to be a family-owned store that has grown from the imagination of Tony, Mabeth and Sherry Grout into one of the largest home furnishings stores on the West Coast today. We have become what we are today because of you, our customers, our neighbors and friends. Because of your loyalty to us and your continued support, we are able to offer an unusual if not unique way to shop for home furnishings. As the company name suggests, the store is housed in a former cannery, where fruit from eastern Washington was packed and canned. And it has other draws besides its historical setting. How many furniture stores have a fudge factory hewn from an ancient tree right in the middle of their store? How many have seven miles of suspended G-scale trains, reminiscent of days gone by, that travel through the showrooms and warehouse? These are just a few of the unique things about The Old Cannery that make it a wonderful place to visit for your furniture needs and for the enjoyment of your entire family. We invite you to come experience it for yourself and become a part of our family, as so many others have done. We want to continue to thank you every time you visit us by offering you a unique experience and great value. We are constantly striving to help make our community a better place to live and shop.

Thank you, The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse 13608 Valley Avenue East, Sumner 253.863.0422 Monday–Friday 9–8; pickup till 7:30pm Saturday & Sunday, 9–6; pickup till 5:30pm



THE PLANK ROAD DINING COLLECTION BY KINCAID Now available at The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse­ — Kincaid Furniture. For four generations, Kincaid Furniture has been built on a philosophy to make wood furniture in its most natural form, using Solid Wood construction. Kincaid Furniture focuses its efforts and resources on those details that provide the greatest value to the consumer. It uses heirloom quality, English dovetailed drawer construction for long-lasting strength. Kincaid drawers also utilize high quality, precision soft-close drawer glides for the

smoothest drawer operation possible. While several enhancements have been made since Kincaid began in 1946, the company still uses solid wood construction, English dovetails, and hand-rubbed finishes to craft its wood furniture. At Kincaid Furniture, things are made the way they used to be; they may even be a little better.


PLANK ROAD COUNTER TABLE The Plank Road collection features a casual, organic style that blends modern and vintage design influences with the natural character of solid wood furniture. It also features Kincaid's Kinguard Performance Finish, which helps to protect the top in case of a spill. Table $1198 24" Barstools $348 ea. Dimensions 36H x 84W x 34L Finish Stone Artisan’s Sideboard Dimensions

$1398 36H x 72W x 20L




EASTBURN BED The Eastburn Bed might be the centerpiece that your bedroom is missing. It has a scale that suits the master bedroom while its casual lines and natural solid wood character create a calming tone. A subtle curve creates definition across the individual solid pine boards allowing a view into its old-world construction. Queen Bed $1,398 Dimensions 64H x 66W x 92.75L

THE PLANK ROAD BEDROOM COLLECTION BY KINCAID Inspired by the rugged solid wood roads that America traveled, Plank Road is a tribute to the sturdy resolve that is our heritage. Every solid wood board presents its own personality while playing a part in the broader story. Avoiding unnecessary embellishments, the beauty of the furniture's construction is enough. The collection features a casual, organic style that blends modern and vintage design influences with the natural character of solid wood furniture.



Fighting Breast Cancer One Step at a Time by

Julie L eydelmeyer

Almost five years after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Debra Peterson heard about Come Walk With Me at a Pilates class full of other survivors of the disease. They convinced her to join their team, Ta Ta Warriors, and she’s glad she did. She describes the energy of the walk as a “greatness of spirit.” Jolene LeMay didn’t know how personal her support of Come Walk With Me would become when she offered her students at Sumner High School extra credit for participating. The longtime physical education teacher and coach was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. Not long after, her students and colleagues formed a team in her honor. “This is a great event because of the amazing support from the community,” says Michelle LoFaso Sabia, event manager for Come Walk With Me. That support is clearly evident by the blanket of pink that washes across downtown Sumner annually on the first Saturday of October. An estimated 1,500 participants converge outside The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse ready to honor and celebrate those who have fought breast cancer. They are also raising funds to support breast health programs at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital. Last year, donors exceeded the event’s fundraising goal and set a record by bringing in more than $138,000. One hundred percent of these funds stay local, to provide free and reduced-fee services for detection and treatment of breast cancer. Services include mammograms, guidance from a nurse navigator, resource kits, prostheses and wigs, support groups, and disease-specific exercise and nutrition classes.


As the largest breast cancer walk in Pierce County, the Come Walk With Me 5K raises spirits, builds friendships and offers hope. “It’s like being part of a 1,000-person family,” says LoFaso Sabia. Join The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse in supporting Come Walk With Me! Learn more online at For more information: Come Walk With Me 5K – Oct. 6, 2018 253.403.4374




THE TRAEMORE COLLECTION BY ASHLEY The “Traemore-Linen” upholstery collection flawlessly captures the essence of casual furnishing in both comfort and style to enhance any living space. With stylishly shaped track arms along with plush back and seat cushions all wrapped beautifully in the crisp clean look of the soft upholstery fabric, this collection is a welcome addition to any home. Sofa $618 Dimensions 91W x 40H x 40D Fabric Linen



Turning the Page to a New Chapter of Life by

Julie L eydelmeyer

Moving into a new chapter of life can be difficult. A successful transition often depends on a helping hand giving you the opportunity to overcome the inevitable hurdles. That’s exactly what NW Furniture Bank does for its clients—and for many of its employees. Joe Goree was encouraged by a friend to apply at NW Furniture Bank when he was at Progress House, a work release program run by Washington State Department of Corrections. After being incarcerated for more than 18 years, Goree was uncertain of his next chapter. Fast-forward a year and a half and you can find him working hard in the warehouse—keeping it organized, accepting donations and loading truckloads of furniture for clients. “The way this organization is run puts a smile on my face,” says Goree. “It feels good to give back and to see people leave with a smile on their faces.” He knows that the opportunity to work at NW Furniture Bank is important for his new beginning and he’s committed to sticking with it. Goree’s story is one of many similar accounts among employees at NW Furniture Bank. The Tacoma-based nonprofit’s primary mission is to help provide basic furnishings for people starting a new chapter. These might be survivors of domestic abuse, people suffering loss from fire and natural disasters, foster children, and especially families coming from transitional housing who are trying to rebuild their lives. At minimum, each client family receives a sofa, dining set and a bed for each person. NW Furniture Bank also has gone a step further by employing individuals who may be overlooked because of


their past. Executive director Bill Lemke is proud that the organization has been able to evolve since he founded it 10 years ago with seed money from The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse. “Helping improve the lives of our 34 employees is as important to me as helping our clients,” he says. “It’s good stuff!” For more information: NW Furniture Bank 117 Puyallup Ave, Tacoma 253.302.3868

VINTAGE WHITE COLLECTION BY COASTER Brighten up your bedroom with the newest collection from Coaster. Finished in vintage white, this set is simple, yet adds some character with its carved pattern, distressed markings, dark metal hardware and two-toned tops on the case pieces. Queen Bed $698 Dimensions 70H x 85.75H x 70D Finish Vintage White



THE MADISON COUNTY COLLECTION BY JOFRAN Expertly crafted using solid reclaimed pine, the Madison County dining collection provides relaxed sophistication for creative and comfortable entertaining. This group blends rustic and natural style to bring a unique and exceptional feel to your home. Also available in a Vintage Black & a Barnwood Finish. Table & 6 Chairs Dimensions Finish

$1098 30H x 42W x 84D Vintage White




THE WEATHERFORD COLLECTION BY KINCAID The Weatherford Collection is designed around several time-honored solid wood techniques and treatments that speak to “American farmhouse” styling. From turnings to simple framed panels and the handrubbed finish, the Westland Bed brings it all together. Queen Bed $1,098 Dimensions 64H x 76.63W x 91L Finish Cornsilk




BRAMBLE WINE CABINET Not only does The Old Cannery have furniture for every room of the house, it has unique accent pieces and accessories as well.


Another Success! Corks and Crush 2018 by

A ndrea L erum

On May 19, supporters of MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup came together at the Washington State Fair Events Center for the 12th annual Corks and Crush gala. Together they raised a total of $863,000 to support programs and services at the hospital. Guests were treated to premier wines from across Washington, Oregon and California. The evening was filled with a live auction, musical entertainment by The Happy Sinners and Baking with Julia, and a phenomenal gourmet dinner.

One hundred percent of the fund-a-need donations will be used to support a new 18-bed Substance Treatment and Recovery Training inpatient unit at Good Samaritan. The START program is designed to provide a compassionate approach to pregnant mothers seeking help from chemical dependency. The intent is to reduce harm to mother and baby and provide critical services in one setting to improve the health of both.

Dr. Amol Shaw & Dr. Sam Song, Isiah & Hollie Sandlin, Justin Basel, Cameron Kontos

On average, Good Samaritan Hospital provides intensive care for three newborn babies per day who suffer from the painful effects of drug withdrawal. We can and we must reduce the number of babies who are born dependent on substances that their mothers have taken by treating the problem head-on. ~MultiCare The START program is desperately needed. The number of women who suffer from alcohol or drug addiction while pregnant is growing exponentially. Good Sam’s program is the only one of its kind in Pierce County and only the fifth in Washington. Thank you to all those who came to support such an important cause. A very special thank you to this year’s event chairs, Dr. Dave and Colleen Crouch and Jeff and Ellen McVicker. We look forward to seeing everyone again next year for another successful and fun event! Corks and Crush 253.403.3038



ENGLAND FURNITURE In the quiet foothills of East Tennessee, England Furniture has been crafting high-quality upholstered furniture since 1964. At that time, the co-founders—Charles England and his sons Eugene and Dwight—set a goal to employ the proud and hardworking people of their local area, Appalachia. Today the company and the legacy that they built continue to be recognized for the highest quality and the shortest build cycle. With over 500 fabrics and leathers to choose from, England offers a tremendous selection for countless combinations. This means customers are able to choose something special that will be uniquely suited for their home. Built in America, England products are long-wearing and they stand the test of time.


THE FINNERAN COLLECTION BY ENGLAND The Finneran group is just the right mix of sass and class. From its round shape to its button tufted back and its tapered wooden leg to its gently sloping track arm, this is a true winner. Make a true statement of your style by selecting from a vast array of available fabric combinations. 2pc Sectional Dimensions Fabric

$1698 35H x 137W x 56D Hannigan Fog




THE ROSALIE COLLECTION BY ENGLAND Create a welcoming atmosphere in your home with England's Rosalie collection. With its generous proportions, casual rolled arm, beautiful turned leg, optional antique brass nailhead trim, and loose pillow back, it will have you wanting to sit and relax a bit! The Rosalie series features a sofa, loveseat, chair, ottoman, and sectional. Make this style with your choice of over 400 fabrics! Sofa $1098 Dimensions 40H x 102W x 43D Fabric Paradigm Silt



THE PALADIN COLLECTION BY EMERALD HOME You only get one chance to make a first impression, and Emerald Home’s Paladin dining collection ensures winning results. Woven from the fabric of today’s lifestyles, this collection incorporates the natural worn-wood gray tones that appear as wood ages and highlights those with brushes of white smoke. As with many of Emerald Home’s collections, Paladin offers two chair choices: a classic ladderback with an upholstered, webbed seat for extra comfort and a fully upholstered Parsons chair. Design your own unique set as you mix and match the chair options. Table & 6 Chairs $1398 Dimensions 30H x 60W x 60L Finish Rustic Charcoal

PALADIN SERVER The Paladin Server is a great complement to this dining collection. Server $638 (Special Order) Dimensions 42h x 22.2w x 60l Finish Rustic Charcoal





‘Greenery’ Is on the Table

Image courtesy of Saleina Marie Photography, table design by Kelly Welk of CiderPress Lane


Emily Happy

“Greenery,” Pantone’s color of the year for 2017, offers refreshing options for decorating festive tables. Look for a fresh, verdant green that evokes the first days of spring. “Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a larger purpose,” explains Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of Pantone Color Institute. She says the “life affirming” shade can be paired with neutrals, brights, deeper shades, pastels and metallics. Wedding planners offer ideas for anyone setting festive tables for friends and family. David Tutera, an expert in wedding and event décor, forecasts ditching shiny gold and silver and instead choosing softer brushed metallics and bright white accents. His ideas span the seasons for home entertaining and easily incorporate greenery. Table decorations using greenery can be dressed up or down. Consider unique or mismatched arrangements if dressing up multiple tables or spaces. Garlands of greenery arranged along the center of the table can be enhanced with matching candles and blossoms for a more formal look. Or forget the flowers.

“Rustic” decorations include the garlands of greenery with rounds of wood—varying heights, bark included— as bases for candles or other thematic objects. Minimalism is OK. Mason jars are on the way out, but interesting bottles can serve as small vases. Greenery centerpieces can be as easy as layering sand, soil and pebbles in glasses and planting a variety of succulents in the containers. Another predicted trend may relate to renewed interest in Cuban culture. Consider using bright tropical colors along with the leafy greens. Think deep purple, turquoise, tangerine, bright coral, yellow and fuchsia for festive tables set indoors or in the garden. Also influencing table-décor trends are these new colors from Design Master: blush, maroon, Pacific blue, champagne gold and “überfrost,” a clear, frosted finish. Local nurseries offer endless floral or plant choices for table décor. Set the table in formal place settings or offer casual dining with utensils in wooden or brushed metallic containers, and prepare to impress!



THE GREYSON COLLECTION BY KINCAID The Crawford Refractory Dining Table captures the spirit of Kincaid Furniture and its commitment to making an honest product using the best techniques available. More than just a beautiful piece of solid wood furniture, this unique table makes adding and removing leaves a simple one-person task. Two leaves self-store under the ends and can be extended to add four additional seats. It also features the Kinguard performance finish to help protect the top surface, giving you a little extra time to clean up any spills. Table $1998 (Chairs sold separately) Dimensions 30H x 84W x 44L Finish Vintage Oak

MACON SIDEBOARD The Macon Sideboard takes advantage of the detail and design that can be created with solid wood. Tighter grain solid alder offers more refined carving elements while the top adds a casual style with the hand-worked solid oak grain. Sideboard $1998 Dimensions 38H x 69W x 20L Finish Vintage Oak




UNIVERSAL RILEY 2 PC SECTIONAL The Riley sectional from Universal is made with performance fabric. Nailhead trim accents the frame, and decorative throw pillows in two designs add contrast. Comfort at its absolute best. Sectional $2198 Dimensions 36H x 96W x 97D Fabric Turino





BENNETT PRALINE COLLECTION BY STANTON Style meets comfort in this feather-down collection from Stanton. High-density foam cushion cores are wrapped in high-quality down to ensure comfort and longevity. Stanton offers a lifetime warranty on the frame, cushion cores, and springs. Sofa $968 Dimensions 37H x 96W x 43D Fabric Bennett Praline



Stanton: Crafting High -Quality Upholstery in the Northwest by

Robin Lucas

When you walk into the Stanton furniture factory, it is apparent that there is a lot being produced here. You can hear the hum of the production line and there’s not a single idle hand in the factory. Everything is in complete motion.

so many hands that are involved in the production of one particular item. During the creation/building process, 50 to 100 employees will touch each and every product that goes out the door.”

In a meeting with owner Nathan Hagglund, he explains the process that goes into every Stanton product. “This is a much bigger project production than most think. There are

He goes on to talk about the numerous steps in building a high-quality sofa or recliner. Each piece is hand-done on the smooth-running production line. It all starts with a


stuffing and fabric meet the frame. Springs are pulled across a frame and then attached, with braces to ensure strength. The covered pieces are brought together and assembled into the final product, which is then quality-checked and wrapped for delivery, says Hagglund. As we watched the production in process, it was apparent that Stanton fosters a culture that is as much about employees enjoying their work as it is about crafting the furniture. Visit the Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse today for Stanton sofas, sectionals, sleepers, recliners and chairs. With nearly 300 fabrics to choose from, you are sure to find a beautiful option for your home.

Photography by Chad Baker Photography

To learn more, visit

cutting station where fabric is cut and then numbered and tagged according to the item. Hagglund explains that all of the pieces then go in different directions and must meet up at the end for the final product. Along the way are helpful screens with 3-D assembly drawings to guide in measurements and visualizing the end product. At each stage, workers take care to check that each piece is completed correctly to ensure Stanton’s satisfaction guarantee. Fabric pieces are put on a frame that has been pre-created in the building. The frame is then connected via a hand process where

Nathan Hagglund, co-owner Stanton Furniture



329 SECTIONAL BY STANTON Make your living space your own with custom Stanton furniture. Pick your configuration, pick your body fabric, pick your pillow fabrics, make it your own! With hundreds of fabrics to choose from, you cannot go wrong with Stanton. Ottoman sold separately. Sectional as shown $2798 Dimensions 39H x 163L x 103D Fabric Plushtone Linen




PUEBLO BLACK WALL UNIT FROM IFD The Pueblo wall unit from IFD is the perfect centerpiece to your family or entertainment room. Rustically inspired, the wall unit has a distressed two-tone finish. Adding to the rustic design is a planked back TV mount and sliding barn doors. Wall Unit $2,098 Dimensions 122.75W x 74.5H x 19D Finish Distressed Black

VINTAGE CONSOLE FROM IFD This 70� Console is rugged and handsome with hand-distressed pine & a nine-step hand-rubbed finish.

PUEBLO WHITE TV STAND FROM IFD The Pueblo Collection by IFD boasts distinct styling and detailed craftsmanship. Constructed of pine solids and veneers, this collection is masterfully distressed to create a warm feeling in your home.

Console $698 Dimensions 70.75L x 17.75D x 42.75H Finish Distressed Turquoise

TV Stand $598 Dimensions 59.75W x 34.75H x 19D Finish Distressed White


The Cannery and Sumner Rotary Transform Lives at Home and Abroad by

K elly L enihan

The Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse has been a mainstay in the Sumner community for decades. If there is a community event taking place, chances are The Cannery was integral to planning, donating space, sponsoring, or participating in the event. Although The Cannery lends a helping hand to many local charitable groups, its ongoing commitment of support falls right in line with the Sumner Rotary’s own mission: “Care about our community and eagerly seek opportunities to better the lives of those around us.”

Rotary Club of Sumner has been a fixture in the Sumner community for 90 years. To learn more about this community service organization, visit the club any Tuesday at noon and enjoy lunch, fellowship, and service above self at Brank’s BBQ. Brank’s BBQ 13701 24th St East, Sumner

“The Cannery’s support and sponsorship means more than a logo on a sign at a Rotary event: It means a commitment to caring for people here in Sumner and around the world.” ~Carmen Palmer Many people don’t realize the reach Sumner Rotary has both at home and around the world. Here in our community, the club gave a leadership gift to help build the Gordon Family YMCA in Sumner, now enjoyed by over 20,000 members of all ages keeping healthy. At the same time, the “International” part of “Rotary International” is also a key component. The club continues to partner with Team Agape, founded by Sumnerite Sarah Rolfing and her husband, Jamie. In the past that partnership has included building bathrooms for a low-income school in Kenya. Now the project is expanding to funding an offroad Jeep to function as a mobile health clinic to the villages around the town of Magadi in Kenya. As The Old Cannery continues to be a leader in supporting Sumner Rotary and its various events, whether that’s Girls Night Out, the annual gala, or the golf tournament, these are the results of those efforts.



SONOMA SHUTTER MEDIA CABINET BY BRAMBLE Bramble offers quality furniture at great prices without sacrificing style. Heavy-duty hardware accents beautiful mahogany in this shutter media cabinet. Doors slide open to reveal ample space for television components, solid shelf, and 4 drawers. Dimensions 83.5H x 113.8W x 18.5D Finish Sorell Brown


BRAMBLE: VISIONARY PRODUCTS When the Bramble Company first started over 25 years ago, its workshop was cut out of a narrow space in a home garage. The very first pieces of Bramble furniture were designed, finished and assembled there. Back then the company sourced its goods from various suppliers. But it quickly learned that this presented a challenge: It could ever be only as good as its supply chain. It was then that the company decided to take matters into its own hands, literally. Now Bramble manages the entire process from source to creation so that it can be sure that each piece lives up to its vision. The company’s own factory spans over 17 acres. Its team of over 1,500 painters, craftsmen and designers create each Bramble piece from start to finish in this factory. Over time, the Bramble Company has been able to make products that reflect its original vision. That vision still drives its designs today. Bramble has a passion and commitment to create pieces that go above and beyond what is expected and will only get better with age. Bramble furniture is the fruit of a meticulous design process that spares no detail.



THE COTTAGE COLLECTION BY BRAMBLE Add character to your home with unique pieces by Bramble. All pieces are built to last and designed to be aesthetically pleasing. With thousands of color combinations available, The Old Cannery carefully selects the perfect combinations for your home. Dimensions 35.8H x 48W x 29.1D Finish Cottage White




Salute to the Troops—Operation Turkey Drop by

A ndrea L erum

Local military personnel are more than service members. They are our neighbors, friends, family and community members. That’s why the Old Cannery has a long tradition of supporting our region’s troops. Each year, the Cannery helps raise funds for several local events to honor service members and their families. Salute to the Troops, an event held each summer for military and civilian families alike, allows the communities of Puyallup to gather and show their support for the local military. The Capt. Meriwether Lewis Chapter of the Association of the United States Army, or AUSA, organizes these events, working closely with the Cannery. Funds raised throughout the year by the Cannery help support projects at Joint Base Lewis-McChord facilitated by the AUSA. The largest annual events occur during the holidays: Operation Turkey Drop in November and Operation Ham Grenade in December. For over nine years, the Cannery, with the help of the community, has ensured that junior-enlisted military families (active duty, reserve and National Guard) receive a Thanksgiving turkey and Christmas ham. Last year, over 1,200 turkeys were delivered across JBLM and Camp Murray during Operation Turkey Drop. In addition to generous fundraising, the Cannery assists with delivery by providing a truck and a team of volunteers.


Cannery employee Dave Radcliffe has volunteered as the truck driver at both events since they began. “Dave and his team have been with us since we started these two programs nine years ago,” says Carlene Joseph, treasurer of the Capt. Meriwether Lewis Chapter. “We could not do this without their generosity and help.” Operation Turkey Drop will take place on Nov. 15 and Operation Ham Grenade on Dec. 15. For more information on how you can get involved with AUSA, please visit the Facebook page of the Capt. Meriwether Lewis Chapter.

The Old Cannery isn't your ordinary furniture store. Here you will discover unique statement pieces, chandeliers, rugs, mirrors and more. We pride ourselves on utilizing our 70,000 square feet to best serve our customers.




Design an Inviting Space With Moe’s Home Collection by

K elly L enihan

Does your home convey a sense of peace, positivity, joy and comfort? Are you attracted to whimsy and funky decor? Do you feel a thrill when you find an item that fits your personality and style—something that elicits a smile and the feeling “This is so me”?

The Old Cannery shares your love of beautiful, functional furniture, accessories and design. We are committed to delighting your senses and fulfilling your wishes. Stop in and browse Moe’s Home Collection today. The home of your dreams is waiting for you.

If you’re searching for that perfect statement piece or accessory, come in to the Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse. Shop our new Moe’s Home Collection and have fun choosing unique furniture and home decor. Discover your inner designer as you browse exciting decorating ideas and furniture layouts, bright colors, fun and funky, modern, and more!

A family-owned company for 20 years, Moe’s Home Collection is accomplished in the art of creating gorgeous furniture and decor. Dedicated to designing pieces that can reflect one’s personal style and creativity, Moe’s exemplifies caring attention to detail. Whether you’re looking to furnish your office, bedroom, living room or dining room, Moe’s Home Collection offers a variety of fun and creative options to help you design a space that’s warm, inviting and uniquely you. Bring a sophisticated look to every room, whatever your style— eclectic, modern, contemporary, rustic or traditional.



Craft Your Ambiance With New Home Decor Trends by

Emily Happy

Have you ever walked into a space and felt immediately at home? Comfortable? Enveloped in mood and character? Welcome home to an essential interior trend: homecoming. Take note of textures, colors and patterns that bring you joy. Seeking invigoration? What colors and patterns energize you? Chasing relaxation? Select furnishings and accessories that soothe you. With you and your favorites as a touchstone, let’s explore five new trends to transform your home and the ambiance you create.

1. Sustainability

Composing a space that uses aesthetically pleasing materials is a natural, and so is doing it with natural materials. Sustainably harvested, recyclable, reclaimed, eco-friendly—the buzzwords are out there, and for good reason. In the outdoor-loving Northwest, harmony with nature is a popular value to incorporate into our homes.

3. Statement Ceilings

Forget accent walls. Bring on the statement ceilings. Give your ceilings some love with wallpaper or paint, and create a unique surprise that’s above the norm.

4. Retro

From ’60s Bohemian to the glittery ’70s, retro continues to inspire. It’s a bold, confident vibe with era-specific shapes and textures. Select a few strong pieces that carry a distinct feel, and remember the unique lamp and lighting options.

5. Multifunctionality

Busy lives require flexibility and innovation. Why not expect the same from our furniture? Brought to the fore with the rising popularity of tiny homes, multifunctionality is also simply about thoughtful design that fits into dynamic lifestyles. A stool that’s also a side table that’s also a tray? And oh, they also stack together? Yes, please!

2. Soft and Rich

Find luxury in soft seating arrangements. Sofas, armchairs and ottomans are coming oversized, rounded and velvety. Combine with marble, glass or metals like brass, copper, silver and gold for an aristocratic look.


Trends are sources of inspiration and exploration. But what makes your interior unique is you! Mix and layer textiles, patterns and colors that speak to you, and you’ll love the feeling of coming home.



Boush Moving and Storage— Peace of Mind Delivered by

A ndrea L erum

Anyone who has ever shopped for furniture knows how stressful it can be. From choosing color and fabric to ensuring that measurements are correct, there is much to consider. You don’t want to have to fret about delivery. You can’t exactly fit an eight-piece dining room set and wraparound sofa in the back of an SUV. Even if you could, the prospect of getting the pieces into your home without serious damage looms large. For customers of the Old Cannery, however, delivery of their beloved new furniture is the last thing on their minds. When receiving their furniture delivery, customers are greeted warmly and their home is prepped as if for a full move, before the new furniture is even taken off the truck. Haul-away service for old furniture is also available. Boush Moving and Storage has provided delivery services for Old Cannery Furniture customers for about seven years, but their shared history goes back much further. Located in downtown Puyallup, Boush has been in business since 1919 in the Puyallup community. Boush and the Cannery began working together in the mid-1900s when R.F. Boush would haul produce from the Puyallup Valley to the Cannery when it was in the business of canning. Since then, Boush has grown and the relationship with the Cannery has endured. It is a relationship the two companies hope will continue for generations to come. “We provide our customers with first-rate service. We want them to enjoy the experience,” says Bruce Ellis,


Boush manager. “We are a moving company first and that makes us more diverse,” he says, so the company can offer deliveries all over Washington state. For more information on Boush or for a free quote, please call or visit: Boush Moving 800.230.9070

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The Old Cannery Home Collections - 2019  

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The Old Cannery Home Collections - 2019  

The Old Cannery Home Collections - 2019