Set The Mood With Your Table This Valentine’s Day! ?
Nine Hacks To Make Sure Your #VDay Is Unforgettable.
1. Get a Great Table!
Make your reservations early, as restaurants will be overflowing with lovers looking for a romantic night out. If you can’t get a table at your favorite restaurant, have no fear—you can always get a table from Emmor Works! We recommend our famous farmhouse table.
2. Break It Up.
Make a great table setting using fresh (eco-friendly) flowers, fabulous accessories, etc. Check out our Pinterest board for some serious Valentine’s inspiration.
3. Write It Down. ?
There’s nothing that says “I love you” like a gift from the heart! Write a short and sweet note for the special people in your life. If you’re not feeling like Shakespeare, send them a short text instead.
4. When In Doubt, #Wine! ?
It’s hard choosing a good wine, right? Red or White? Why not have both! With the Emmor Works Wine Shelf, you can store up to 6 bottles of your fave vino. Satisfy your champagne taste on a beer budget.
5. If It’s Free, It’s For Me (And You).
There are plenty of free museums and galleries, as well as free romantic events (salsa dancing anyone?) that you can find online for your date’s special day. Your local library is a great place to start when looking for a free ticket or even a ride there.
6. Think Outside The Bouquet. ?
Check out this list from Huffington Post for twenty creative Valentine’s Day gifts for them that aren’t #flowers.
7. Take It Back To The Beginning.
Woo them with nostalgia! Show them that you remember your first date, your first kiss, and the moment you fell in love.
8. Diamonds Aren’t Forever. ?
Being in love can cost a pretty penny! Save money on bling this year and get them something that will really last forever. Like one of our Industrial tables.
9. Happy Life, Happy Wife (or Husband).
Most importantly, don’t stress this year! Stay away from your smartphone, get together with your family and friends, and enjoy this Valentine’s Day.
Emmor Works is located in South Jersey and we deliver up and down the East Coast, primarily to New York City, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, and Local Areas in South Jersey and PA. Send us your zip code to learn more about deliveries in your area.
Due to size and weight, items will be delivered to curb side, driveway, or entryway. Items will be wrapped minimally. Customer must be present at time of drop-off. A delivery window of 1-2 hours (plus or minus 20 minutes), depending on your location, will be provided prior to delivery. Tables are delivered with the legs/base detached. With a standard home tool set, it is an easy process to assemble. Deliveries typically take place Monday through Friday, 9AM to 4PM, but may go into the evening. Group Deliveries typically take place on Friday-Sunday (see below for cities and dates scheduled). If you have further questions, please contact us.
Emmor Works Group Deliveries:
Delivering to NYC, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Boston about once per month (and places along the way!)
By the Wednesday prior to the scheduled Group Delivery Date, we will provide you with a specific day/time slot. Your delivery date and time are based on your location relative to our delivery route. In order to reduce the cost of deliveries for all customers, deliveries are scheduled in advance and cannot be modified.
**Please make sure your building accepts deliveries on weekends
To save on the delivery cost, you are always welcome to pick up your order from the shop (for free!). Please remember to bring something along with you to keep the table comfortable on the ride home (e.g. blankets, cardboard, straps, etc.). Table is not boxed or wrapped. Pickups take place during regular business hours, Monday to Friday, 9AM to 4PM.
Contact us if you are interested in alternative delivery options. Tables will only be brought to an upper level if the table fits safely in an elevator. Please double-check your dimensions before placing an order.
Don't see your city listed? We can look into Freight Shipping options for you. Send us your zip code and the size table you're looking for.