Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, October 8, 2012
200 N. Hamilton St. 104
The Classic Chinese Chinoiserie console has clean and simple lines, delicate hand-painted light decoration and a narrow shape.
MS 191, Made in America Pavilion 1-802
The Nassau home theater blends classic lines and modern influences with multiple shelving options and four drawers.
The American Treasures Urban home theater has a classically inspired design, architectural motifs and contemporary design elements for a versatile décor offering.
220 Elm 333
The Lyrics entertainment group has black smoked glass that lets remote control rays in. Cutout backs allow ventilation. The collection is equipped with hidden self closing slow motion slides that allow the drawers to close softly and quietly.
Three media units include one in reclaimed mahogany, one in a country two-tone style and one corner unit.
Lounge wall displays are available in a variety of finishes. Television credenzas can be ordered as a standalone or with an optional wall deck featuring side cubby shelves ideal for DVD storage. Two-tone finish options are also available on select pieces.
LIBERTY FURNITURE INDS.
CP on Manning 260
Andalusia has grand styling and a vintage cherry finish, highlighted by antique brass custom-designed bail pull hardware with a Spanish scroll metal back plate. Comes in hardwood solids and cherry and walnut burl veneers. Also features heavy crown molding, arched glass doors and bun feet.
118 N. Main St.
The Divona home entertainment media cabinet is made of chestnut with a powder-coated black steel base.
The Kingston collection Palladium console comes in a Dutch brown sandblasted ash veneer with antique brass hardware and metal cross support detailing.
NICHOLS AND STONE
Two new entertainment units debut.
314 S. Main St.
The Allure Library wall is a multifunctional entertainment center, home office and library bookcase wall in a modular format finished in a silver bronze. All cabinets are 94½ inches high and come in various widths to allow for semi-custom installations with locking bolts to connect together. The Group offers 50-and 60-inch television consoles. The Grand Manor Allure Collector's Cabinet has iron trimmed doors that are hand-wrought by artisans, and is finished in a silver bronze. Includes glass side panels and mirrored back panels.
225 N. Elm St.
The Finger Lakes collection adds two entertainment consoles, with grooved or parquet door faces, that can accommodate up to a 70-inch monitor. Hutch tops may be added to consoles to create a wall system.
The John Widdicomb collection's contemporary Moderne group adds a 64½-inch television console with figured English sycamore on the door or drawer fronts.
The 70-inch wood television console with sliding doors is constructed of wood and veneers with a rich, espresso stained finish. Drop-ship ready with RTA assembly, $549.
The 52-inch highboy style wood television stand features a rich matte black finish with an upscale look and design, $449.
The 52-inch wood console table television stand comes in a rich matte black finish, $399.
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