Fine Furniture, Veranda launch line – Furniture Today
The Corbel console is part of Veranda by Fine Furniture Design. It has a top made with wire brushed radiata pine in a cerused finish.
HIGH POINT — Fine Furniture’s newest licensed collection with one of the market’s most respected interior design magazines takes the company in a new style direction that mixes traditional forms with casual finishes and mixed media elements that create a sense of “livable luxury” for today’s consumers.
Veranda by Fine Furniture Design includes about 45 wood pieces and 25 upholstery pieces, said Eric Graham, president of Fine Furniture Design. The wood pieces are made with wood species that include flaky oak, radiate pine and chestnut burl and come in several water based finishes in tones that include Sepia, Windsor Gray, Charcoal Ceruse, Opaline Gray and Blanca Sur Bleu.
Materials seen in the collection include stainless steel, antique mirror, concrete and nailhead trim to name several.
There are 10 bedroom pieces including a $5,849 retail upholstered king panel bed featuring ribbon carved wood frame detail on the top of the headboard and footboard.
A second upholstered bed is shown alongside two different sized nightstands, including a three-drawer, 26-inch wide version that retails at $1,899, featuring metal inlays, harlequin-inspired diamond patterns and chestnut burl details on the drawer fronts. Three other nightstands also are available in the collection.
Signature dining tables include a 72-inch round Corsica table that features a flaky oak veneer top accented with a chestnut burl border and center and ebonized maple stringer details. The metal base is in a burnished pewter finish. It is paired with the Montecito arm and side chairs with oval back featuring carved oak feather motifs.
There are also 18 occasional pieces, some of which feature materials such as concrete and leather tops as well as tops made with radiata pine in a cerused charcoal finish. Consoles, including the 110-inch long Elements console table, feature uniquely shaped metal bases.
There are also 13 coordinating Protégé upholstery pieces that include four sofa groups with coordinating chairs, five accent chairs and a sectional. These are available in more than 200 fabrics and leathers and in 32 water-based finishes.
“Much like the pages of Veranda magazine, which is known for highlighting the very best in classic, modern, and eclectic design, the collection pays homage to traditional styling, yet features modern day necessities for how consumers live today,” Graham said. “In developing the group, we aimed to appeal to consumers seeking luxurious and sophisticated furnishings that they can truly ‘live with’ in their homes.”
The collection can be seen in Fine Furniture’s showroom at 305 S. Hamilton St.
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