Thursday, October 13, 2016

Kane's Furniture Store - Ocala







Kane's Furniture has been a fixture in Ocala for a number of years.  It is an eclectic store, offering something for most everyone...from Florida kitsch, to mid-century modern, to Hollywood glamour to French Provincial, etc.

Above are a few scenes showing a small portion of what the store offers the discerning or not-so-discerning buyer.  

12 comments:

Judy said...

It's kind of fun to look around even if you aren't in the market for new furniture. Well, for me anyway. My husband has a different opinion.

The snow covered mountain in my post is The San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff, about 90 miles north of Thumb Butte.

William Kendall said...

That looks like quite a place!

Gosia k said...

your furniture is rich decorated in my place we prefer the simple ones

bill burke said...

I don't need any furniture. When you rent over here, all places are furnished all the way down to the utensils. Of course, we pick up other things that we might want or need and those will come with us whenever we move. I love simple and easy. :)

Kay said...

That's a heck of a big store!
Do they sell neon edged palm trees? That's requisite decor for Florida, right?

Linda said...

It looks like a great store with lots of choices!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma loja com uma bela entrada.
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Andarilhar

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It just so happens that I'm looking for a pair of white cane chairs.. darn! I just can't face that plane trip 😊 Happy weekend Lowell.

Ralph V. said...

Very nice and big! I like the floor.

RedPat said...

Ill take one of those palm trees - I could turn up the heat and sit under it in February! ;-))

Sharon Anck said...

Wow, that place is huge! My favorite thing about it is the neon palm tree!

Shammickite said...

WOW do people really buy furniture shown in that last picture. I suppose if Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette dropped in, they'd snap it up!

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