N.C., La. stores welcome HGTV Home collections
April 12, 2013-- Furniture Today,
BASSETT, Va. - HGTV Home Furniture collections have been placed in retail locations in North Carolina and Louisiana.
Good's Home Furnishings in Charlotte and Hickory is the first retailer in North Carolina to display the HGTV Home Furniture collection. Good's has dedicated 1,475 square feet of its store in Charlotte to HGTV product and about 1,050 square feet in its Hickory Furniture Mart.
The Good's Home Furnishing stores will show parts of Classic Chic, Woodlands and Meadowbrook Manor bedroom, dining room, home entertainment and accents along with complementary upholstery selections from the HGTV Home Furniture line.
|Good’s: The Good’s Home Furnishings team welcomes
the new HGTV Home Furniture collection.|
|Galeries Acadiana: Clint Casemore, left; Joan and Damon
Casemore, store owners; Kirk Casemore and Peggy
Casemore Watts, all with Galeries Acadiana.|
Shana Bretzius is the Pineville-Charlotte store manager.
Galeries Acadiana in Baton Rouge and Lafayette is the first retailer in Louisiana to add the HGTV Home collection. The stores are showing all of the of the brand's collections - Classic Chic, Woodlands, Meadowbrook Manor and Modern Heritage - along with fashion upholstery and collected accent pieces.
"We are very excited to share the HGTV Home Furniture collection with our customers," said Damon Casemore, president of the family-owned business.
Galeries Acadiana opened in November 2009 in Lafayette and this past November in Baton Rouge. Casemore started working in the furniture business with his father, Virgil "Casey" Casemore, in 1956 in Baton Rouge. Today, Damon Casemore's wife Joan, son Kirk, daughter Peggy and grandson Clint all work in the business.
The HGTV Home products line includes exclusive offerings of paint, flooring, lighting, furniture, plants, fabric and other home-oriented products.
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