Located upstairs in the hayloft of our c. 1868 bank barn, the Heritage Loft is devoted to Early American and 18th Century home furnishings and "period" design. We are a leading resource for Early American “Heritage” decorating. For nearly 40 years we’ve offered a wide selection of period furniture, lighting, rugs, textiles and accessories from some of America’s leading craftsmen and manufacturers.
American Furniture: The Heritage Loft at Pine Tree offers the finest in 18th c. furniture reproductions from such legendary craftsmen as DR Dimes, Troy Sexton, Riverbend Chair and others. We typically offer a variety of handmade, 18th century furnishings in stunning tiger maple and cherry. We are pleased to offer a variety of authentic upholstered reproductions in period fabric. Custom fabrics and finishes are available.
Period Lighting: We carry a variety of period lighting resources including beautiful chandeliers and lamps by Lt. Moses Williard, authentic period creations from Katies Lighthouse, and exquisite hand made lanterns from Olde Mill.
Textiles: We offer a large selection of period, American-made textiles, including upholstery, linens, beewswax tapers, candles, tablecloths, throws, runners, area rugs and more, in authentic styles, colors and patterns.
Accessories: In the Heritage Loft, we offer a variety of Early American and 18th c. accessories, including tin ware, pottery, redware, pewter, period lighting and framed artwork.
Art: Will Moses - The great-grandson of legendary folk artist Grandma Moses, Will Moses’ whimsical, humorous folk paintings are found in collections across the US – including the White House. As a Will Moses retailer, we are pleased to offer a broad selection of Will Moses artwork, including originals, serigraphs, prints, cards, books, puzzles and more. Click HERE to learn more.
Kristen Helberg - Kristin Helberg is one of America’s foremost grain painters. She is also recognized as one of America’s best painters of Rufus Porter-styled murals and paintings. Her work is found in collections across the United States.Her paintings are in the permanent collections of the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian, The Clinton Presidential Library, the University of Maryland Art Museum and the Reginald Lewis Museum of African American Art in Baltimore.In Washington, D.C. her paintings are in the permanent collections of the National Institutes of Health, the Children's Inn at NIH and the National Children's Medical Center. We have a number of Helberg originals for sale in the heritage loft. Inventory changes weekly.