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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 05:19

Custom Desks for the Home Office

Create a unique and special home office design with custom desks. Featured image shown is the Griffin writing table from Macrae Furniture available at Lee Jofa.

Published in Furniture

If you didn't make it to High Point Market this year, no problem! We are going to show you what was hot and what was trending for the latest interior design products of 2017.

Published in What's New
Thursday, 09 March 2017 14:34

New Neutral Everyone Wants

The Beauty of Blush

Published in What's New
Wednesday, 22 February 2017 16:10

Omni Collection From Century Furniture

Omni is bold, sophisticated, powerful design crafted from an array of stunning raw materials. Its primary adornment comes from the rich, dappled character or highly figured veneers and the play of light on flat planes and curved surfaces.

Published in Furniture
Friday, 10 February 2017 17:07

Mark D. Sikes for Henredon At Michael-Cleary

Sofas, chairs, beds, casegoods, accessories and more. Mark D. Sikes collection for Henredon premiered last fall at High Point and is coming to the Washington Design Center at Michael-Cleary.

Published in Furniture
Tuesday, 29 November 2016 12:39

Century Furniture Sample Sale

Select samples marked down up to 80% off retail

Published in Sample Sale
Monday, 14 November 2016 06:12

Modern Metal From Duralee

Go modern with metal. Duralee has unveiled brand new metal pieces, as well as new metal base options for some of your favorite frames!


Published in What's New
Thursday, 03 November 2016 09:00

Future of Furniture Function at J Lambeth

Parish Co was founded in 2014 as a realization of the shared dream of their studio team. Having been disenchanted by the production model of larger operations, they looked back to what initially inspired them to create furniture; the love of the craft and the culture of collaboration.

Conceived a cooperative studio workshop, each partner bringing their expertise to a project with an eye to the shared goal; creating honest furniture of the highest quality. 

Click the video below and see for yourself or stop in the J Lambeth showroom in the Washington Design Center to find out how you can get your own innovative artisan crafted furniture.

Published in Furniture
Thursday, 27 October 2016 04:46

Fall Furnishings from Scalamandré


Take a new look at  Furniture! Our latest additions feature modern silhouettes, decorative details, and Lucite or metal legs and bases. Our newest benches and ottomans feature many customization options, including dimensions and upholstery details, so you can easily create your own one-of-a-kind look. Every piece is crafted by hand in the USA for enduring quality. At Scalamandré, we believe in luxurious tradition designed for the modern world.

View the latest furnishing introductions

Published in What's New
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 07:31

Corso from Century Furniture

Corso Century Furniture


Utilizing a range of materials and exquisite craftsmanship, Century defines Modern with stunning confidence.

Drawing inspiration from Italian and Scandina-vian references, Century Furniture launches Corso, a decidedly modern collection with stunning wood work and hardware details. Named for the main street in the historical centre of Rome, the Via del Corso, this collection has a connection to the past and yet it is forward looking.

Corso Century Furniture

Rendered in oak solids and oak veneers and featuring a narrow heart oak book matched veneer pattern on key pieces, Corso is graphic and bold. Selected for it’s third dimension, texture, oak offers extreme versatility, allowing consumers to paint, ceruse, or use a higher sheen wood stain to achieve a variety of looks.

Corso Century Furniture

“Our muse for Corso was a young woman, who we envisioned sitting at a café along the Via del Corso having an espresso. With her in mind, the pieces of Corso took shape and we creat-ed a strong, curated collection that can be formal or casual, and works back to our other modern collections,” says Chad Philips, Director of Century’s Case goods. “The result are pieces that can move from formal to casual, feminine to more masculine depending on how the customer orders them.”

Two new finishes are featured throughout the collection, Blonde cerused and Black cerused. Blonde cerused is a lighter honey toned finish, which gives the pieces a casual feeling. Black ce-rused is a deep ebony color that really allows the wax hang up to highlight the grains of the narrow heart oak veneers making them focal points in the room. Throughout the display finishes are mixed liberally showcasing the versatility of Corso.

Corso Century Furniture

Railroad Silver hardware and ferrules are used throughout the collection, along with oil rubbed bronze and brass metal ac-cents Railroad silver was selected for it’s ability to work well with both brass and silver metals, again emphasizing the ease of mixing these pieces with other furniture. Corso features over ten different styles of hardware, accentuating the curated feel of the collection.


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