Early American: This style is very simple and has a lot of straight lines and is now know as colonial.
Early Renaissance: This is very high and detail and has a lot of diamond shape designs. The Early Renaissance furniture almost always had no hardware and if it did was very little.
Eastlake: This is a predominately based on all wood furniture but every once and a while they would use metal and tile to add a design.
Ebonized: Its what painters did if they wanted it to look like ebony.
Eclectic: This is a bunch of different style that they mixed together to create one.
Eggshell: Has very low-sheen because the pain it based off oil.
Egyptian: This style was normally high in color and was always over designed and had a lot of detail.
Elizabethan: This style is extremely large and was heavily carved.
Embossing: Is when they stamp a piece of their logo on a piece of furniture.
Emulsion: Is a paint that is mostly made out of water.
End Table: It’s a table that we normally put on the sides of our furniture.
English Regency: This style used a combination of curved and straight lines.
English Style: This was primarily wood furniture and became popular extremely fast.
Ergonomic: This word has a lot to do the furniture design.
European Style: Has a lot of detail and is hand crafted.
Earth: From the sun it is the third planet away.
Earthy: Things that relate to nature such as soil and have a natural smell.
Enduring: Being patient and suffering for a long period of time. Are aluminum set do very well not fading when enduring all the sun.
East: Is 90 degrees right of north and a cardinal spot on the compass.
Ebony: Comes from many tropical trees and is a very heavy and hard wood
Excellent: Showing great quality or extremely good. Patio living more shows excellent dedication and customer service.
Easy: Things that require almost no effort or not high difficulty. To buy furniture is very easy and not complicated.
Enthusiasm: Showing much devotion to something or controlling the mind by an interest. Employees at Patio living and more show great enthusiasm about what they sell.
Enjoy: to experience happiness or receive pleasure in something.
Entertainment: Something agreeable and affordable pleasure such as plays and concerts.
Equal: Both being the same as and not on being grater or less than.
Evolve: To grow slowly. Many customers come in and purchase a few thing then come back and on later.
Estimate: Not an exact time, a guess. When scheduling a delivery its always an exact day but estimated time.
Enchanting: Something to draw you in, captivating and irresistible. Are sales and quality beat any of are competitors around.
Extra: Going above and beyond what is asked of you. We always go above and beyond for our customers to make sure we fulfill there needs.
Evening: From when the sun starts setting and the time people go to bed.
Evergreen: Throughout the whole year the leaves stay green.
Elm: Its any tree coming from the genus Ulmus.
Etching: The beginning process of creating designs.
Excitement: Something that would excite a person, or an excited state of mind. After buying patio furniture you’re normally really excited and can’t wait to receive it.
Exclusive: Not accepting of anything else. Some customers want exclusive fabrics and furniture.
Eternity: Duration of time with no beginning or end.
Exercise: A mental and bodily exertion, extremely when wanting to lose weight to gain better health.
Exotic: When introduced to something from a foreign place and not fully naturalized. Some of the patio furniture comes from foreign counties.
Engage: To have the attention and all efforts of another person. Employees engage with customer all day long whether it be in the store or over the phone.
Equipment: Anything given for a specific purpose and kept. Equipment is key when putting together furniture.
Extract: To remove or pull out normally having to use special effort and skill.
Expand: To increase size and volume. Patio living and more has expanded in multiple things so the would have more verity.
Embellish: To enhance a table set with flowers, decretive glass and many other kinds of decorations. .
Embroider: To add something using needlework. Embroidering in something you can do in fabric for cushions.