American Drew collections offer relaxed take on traditional forms
October 10, 2017,
This nightstand is part of American Drew's Litchfield collection. The cane and blue finish panel show the mix of materials and colors in the collection.
The two new collections include the 30-piece Laurelmont, which has updated European traditional design elements and the 40-piece Litchfield, which has relaxed cottage inspired lines inspired by antiques found in English coastal villages. Both include bedroom, dining room and occasional furniture.
Made with wire-brushed oak veneers, Litchfield features natural cane accents in a basket weave pattern as seen on the headboard of an upholstered panel bed. The same bed features an upholstered headboard. Other design elements include quartrefoil patterns chamfered pilasters and denim blue accent finishes that complement sun washed white cases with driftwood brown tops.
Other standout pieces include a flip-top console, a bachelor’s chest with a pullout tray and a semainier with a dressing mirror and storage capacity.
“Our homes are a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of our increasingly busy lives, and the furniture we surround ourselves with should not only appeal to our senses aesthetically but should also be functional and practical to make our lives easier,” said Drew Sweeney, vice president of sales and marketing for La-Z-Boy Casegoods. “Both collections combine exciting design details with a high level of functionality and quality that distinguish American Drew and reinforces our commitment to inspired designs for contemporary life.”
American Drew shows in space C-926 of the International Home Furnishings Center.
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