See how Ethan Allen furnishes HGTV Dream Home

‘New mountain' architecture in Lake Tahoe-area home

DANBURY, Conn. — For the eighth consecutive year, Ethan Allen is the primary source of furniture and décor for the HGTV Dream Home.

 The bedroom — and all other rooms — in the HGTV Dream Home is furnished by Ethan Allen.The bedroom — and all other rooms — in the HGTV Dream Home is furnished by Ethan Allen.

The 2014 Dream Home is a custom-built, 3,200-square-foot home incorporating "new mountain" architecture in the community of Schaffer's Mill in Truckee, Calif., near Lake Tahoe.

The process began in June when HGTV Dream Home interior designer Linda Woodrum spent time at Ethan Allen's Connecticut headquarters choosing the furniture, upholstery, window treatments and accessories that her team would use to bring the home to life.

This year's HGTV Dream Home, designed by architect David Bourke, combines classic rustic elements with modern, industrial details.

"The New Eclecticism is all about fresh ways to express individual style," said Ethan Allen CEO Farooq Kathwari. "It is a fashion-driven design approach, where rooms aren't just furnished, they're dressed. We always enjoy the creativity that Linda and her team bring to each HGTV Dream Home and we are delighted to again be a part of it."

For a virtual tour of the home, visit The HGTV Dream Home 2014 Giveaway runs through Feb. 14.

Fans of the HGTV Dream Home can also get in on Ethan Allen's Dress the Dream Sweepstakes. "Like" Ethan Allen on Facebook and enter for a chance to win the styles featured in this year's home. The sweepstakes runs through March 1.

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