Our American Treasures ® Florence Bookcase is a study in simplicity and style. Reflecting a hint of Italian architectural elements and styling, this piece can bring a refreshing accent to any room style. And, adjustable shelves and a bottom drawer provide handy display and storage space.
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The magazine, published by the Furniture/Today Group of Sandow Media, is designed for consumers interested in the full range of home furnishings products including furniture, decorative accessories, home textiles and outdoor casual furniture.
As they describe on the Furniture Today website: Unlike other magazines about home goods, Furnish focuses on the products themselves and is put together by a group of industry insider editors who know how to find the very latest home furnishings.
More than 100,000 copies of Furnish will be available at newsstands and magazine distribution points across the country, including Hudson News, Home Depot, Target and Barnes & Noble, as well as at grocery and drug chains.
The magazine will feature hundreds of home furnishings products, presented with clear, concise and informative buying details for consumers looking to furnish their homes. In addition, Furnish editors will identify upcoming trends in home merchandise and provide insider how-to buy tips for shoppers.
Plus, for the first time, Furnish is being expanded to include product boards on Pinterest, the online scrap booking site. An online version of Furnish will also be available. Be sure to check it out this Fall!
In many homes today, the master bath is no longer just another room –but a complete suite. It’s evolved to become more of a private oasis that truly lets you escape from all the stresses and strains of the day.
In fact, many masters today are outfitted with walk-in closets completely custom-tailored to the owner’s needs, as well as dressing, sitting, exercise areas and other features one might find in a luxury spa or resort.
To help homeowners create their own private escape, we’re always working on new designs for the master bath area. To see some of our most recent bath designs and installations, visit the cabinetry section of our website.
As fabulous as it is functional, our new Urban Home Theatre offers a wonderful home entertainment option. Classically inspired, this piece blends clean lines and architectural motifs with contemporary design elements to create a look that is at home in virtually any décor.
Ample shelving and drawer space provide room to display accessories and to store DVDs, CDs, books and more.
Making its debut during the recent Spring High Point Market, this piece now joins others in our American Treasures ® collection of copyrighted furniture designs.
Click here to see the full collection.
One of the newest pieces to join our American Treasures® Collection of copyrighted furniture designs, this one now joins others in the collection that offer a versatile style option for any room in the home.
The breakfront’s arched top features a glass front with curved wooden design elements that add drama and elegance. And, clean lines and a hand-styled finish complete the look.
Click here to see more new designs in the collection.
During the recent Spring High Point Market, we had the wonderful opportunity to partner with two premier luxury market designers in the creation of the master bath suite for our showroom: Victoria + Albert and KWC.
Known for their exquisite collection of freestanding baths, Victoria + Albert provided this beautiful tub from its Toulouse Collection. Joan Bostic, our Vice President of Sales, Kitchen and Bath explains, “Victoria + Albert was an easy choice for the Master Bath presentation for our Spring Furniture Market. Victoria + Albert’s design was the perfect choice for the elegance and grace we wanted to capture. The shape and lines of the Toulouse Collection are reminiscent of the glamour of Hollywood from the 1940s. The style is everlasting and the quality and uniqueness of how Victoria + Albert produces their tubs and fixtures is hands down, the best.”
To complement and enhance the look, Joan chose KWC for the faucets and tub fillers. A leader in luxury faucets, KWC’s designs embody the traditional values of Swiss craftsmanship – both in function and aesthetic.
Inspired by the slender, simple and elegant design lines that defined Regency neoclassic furniture designs of the 19th century, these new side and arm chair designs are sure to add a touch of casual elegance to any dining environment.
Like all pieces in our line, they’re available in countless finish options. Making their debut during the Spring 2012 High Point Market, these chairs are the newest to join our chair/bench category. To see the full selection, click here.
A design style that has been popular for centuries, the pencil post bed is versatile enough to enhance any décor – from casual to contemporary. Part of our American Treasures ® Collection of copyrighted designs, this new bed style now joins others in the collection that take their inspiration from classic styles that have been streamlined and simplified to create transitional looks that blend seamlessly into any décor.
Available in king, queen and California king sizes, this simple, yet sumptuous style comes in high or low pencil post designs. We also have a number of other be designs and you can see them all by clicking here.
Enhancing its appeal, the piece is available in countless finish options. Part of our American Treasures ® Collection, this piece now joins others in the group that blend classic , clean style lines to offer wonderful transitional looks. To see more of our American Treasures Collection of copyrighted furniture designs, click here.
As detailed in the Wall Street Journal article, Kitchens Play Hide and Seek:
“For years, kitchen designers have been treating high-end appliances like trophies, making a stainless-steel-and-glass refrigerator or a range in a shiny color finish, into the room’s focal point. Now, more homeowners are veering in the opposite direction, hiding kitchen bling behind wood panels or underneath countertops. The resulting look—streamlined, uncluttered, often with LED lighting and a mix of stone and wood finishes—marks the next phase in the kitchen’s evolution from cooking-and-eating hub to flexible multitasking space.”
As we’ve continued to fine-tune and enhance our custom capabilities, we’ve also significantly expanded the integrated cabinetry options we can provide. Contact us today and let’s work together to create a kitchen that truly meets your lifestyle needs.