| COUCH | Top 10 Syles of 2017

We have over 100 styles that we work with so compiling a Top 10 list can be challenging. Our styles break down into four categories (traditional, transitional, mid century, and modern) to try and make it easier for everyone.

Claire: A classic Chesterfield style with diamond tufting and nailhead trim (all optional by the way) evokes traditional old world charm.

Caulfield: Bridges gaps between transitional and mid century. Fabrics and legs can make this style swing between the two easily. Very popular as a sectional.

Belgium: Great as a sofa or sectional. An excellent example of transitional style, the Belgium is built to create comfort without looking too casual.

Aimee: Chic and sophisticated the Aimee, can be made in many different configurations and looks. The "tight back" allows for a more upright sit great for socializing.

Durham: Great to float in the middle of the room with the exposed wood back. We typically use pure walnut but we can also do oak, or alder stained to many different colors.

Charleston: Another great transitional style, the Charleston has a tailored look while still being demure. The sloped arm gives it character and of course the tufting on the cushions is optional.

Warren: Venturing into a more modern look with a low deep seat. Great for sitting sideways with the tapered arms supporting your lower back.

Holland: A great fit for a mid century look. We have made many different configurations of the Holland. Definitely one of our most popular styles.

Maxwell Modern: Favored as a sectional with its low deep seats. Best suited for reading and TV watching.

Oliver: A beautiful traditional style and the delicate slope of the arm is very elegant. A marvelous mix of comfort and class. Also looks great with an exposed leg option.


Rosie Meyer