The Aberdeen Collection, which draws its name from the ancient Scottish coastal city, is a very relaxed and casual grouping with a play on design features drawn from antique, coastal cottage furnishings and architectural elements. The scrubbed, weathered white finish on wire brushed ash veneers and hardwood solids is physically hand distressed for a timeless, age-worn appearance. The decorative hardware on drawers and doors is inspired from details found in antique jewelry, with a subtle rust finish that lends additional charm to the overall coastal cottage design theme.
Dark Mahogany creates a luxurious look for our Annandale tables. Metal fretwork in an elliptical pattern add extra detail to this group.
The Belmeade Collection is a sophisticated yet casual European cottage farmhouse design. Inspired by late 19th and early 20th century European antiques, Belmeade design elements include a combination of timeless traditional elements, shaped accents, and refined turnings. Pierced-back drawer pulls are true to hardware elements used on the inspiration pieces during this period, while the sweeping arches add a feminine touch. Constructed of Poplar solids with cathedral Oak veneers, the warm Old World Oak finish lends an aged timeworn appearance.
Corinne, inspired by tradition, but refreshed with an updated Sun-drenched Acacia and Ebonized Acacia finish is the ultimate of casual refinement. Elaborate turnings and pedestals feel relaxed and at home from the beach to the mountains and everywhere in between. Antique Bronze, cool gray fabric, and marble inset tops accent certain pieces for an eclectic mix of materials and styles.
The quatrefoil metal inlay frames the table tops of the Estelle made from reclaimed fruit baskets. Bases are metal in an ornamental pattern that add to the beauty of this collection.
The Vintage White finish serves as the perfect palette to blend the broad influence of Provencal European styles found throughout Huntleigh. Louis XVI fluted turnings and intricate floral carvings are paired with industrial elements like apothecary or map style drawers and antique inspired casement hardware. Simple knobs and keyholes finish out the multi-dimensional white paint for a subtle contrast. This casual but traditional farmhouse look also features many pieces with surprising function to keep things organized and in their place.
The hand hammered aluminum- wrapped tops of the Lyric occasional tables create an aged look, while the hexagon shape and metal bases add a modern yet industrial twist.
Modern Gatherings invokes the casual, modern sophistication of the West Coast combined with a fresh, youthful and clean aesthetic that can work in any locale. The collection is rustic, yet the pieces have structure, texture and above all character. Many items use overlays of precision-cut strips that add warmth and depth to the rich Wire Brushed Acacia finish. Other pieces with open parquet faces on drawers and doors lend a light and airy feeling.
Parkdale balances low contemporary lines with a tone-on-tone color palette of gray, taupe and silver chrome for a refined and elegant look. The Dove Gray finish on prima vera veneers compliments the subtle texture of shagreen drawer and door fronts, while the shiny chrome hardware adds a handsome contrast for added drama. The addition of oval shapes and graceful ellipses through out the collection lend softness to the otherwise straight silhouettes.
Placid Cove with its sometimes Swedish, sometimes Continental antique influence is a collection that works well in many settings with todays customer at heart. The Honeysuckle White finish is the perfect complement to neutral color palettes found in many settings or a nice contrast for a bolder brighter environment. Sometimes flirty, sometimes feminine, but always fresh the country bun feet, louvres, and painted white hardware are sure to add flair to any place you call home.
The Rough-hewn Gray finish of the Rowan collection adds so much visual interest to this group. With a nod to an industrial feel, this group also has metal inserts with nailhead trim.
Founded in the 16th century, Sherborne, England was home to Sir Walter Raleigh and his landmark, Sherborne Castle. The Sherborne Collection exhibits classic design elements such as turned balustrade posts on dining and occasional tables, planked panels on the tops of dining and bedroom cases and an exciting use of mixed media materials such as concrete tops, iron bases and woven wire door panels on select collection pieces. The warm, toasted pecan-tone finish on hardwood solids and ash veneers is subtly distressed.
Slat details and authentic Bluestone tops are just a few of the appeals of our Weatherford collection. Finished in our Reclaimed Natural Pine, these tables have just the right rustic touch juxtaposed with clean lines.