This week’s Furniture Pick is the Dottie bed from the Trisha Yearwood Collection.
As someone who travels a lot, Trisha understands the importance of time spent at home. The creation of the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection is more than just southern inspiration, it’s a way of life; expressed in the craftsmanship of every piece.
The collection is a marriage of eye-catching designs coupled with timeless charm. Just like her best-selling cookbooks, the collection is an irresistible combination of comfort and tasteful authenticity.
Dottie’s beautiful brown finish with heavy distressing and burnishing creates an uneven relaxed appearance to reflect years of wear and tear. This finishing technique blends a medium brown base with highlights underneath to invite a relaxed lifestyle. Pieces from Trisha’s Collection are all about comfort and warmth!
I also love the tufting on the back of the bed, it gives a cozy yet regal appearance and stays neutral with the light oatmeal upholstery. Sleigh beds will always be a classic refined look, giving your bedroom just what it needs to stay up to date.
Visit us today to see Dottie in person!
Our Furniture Pick of the Week is the Elixir entertainment console. If you’ve been following us on social media for a few weeks, you’ve heard us talk about the stunning new Elixir Collection. Elixir is a casual contemporary collection that, like its name implies, exudes a feeling of comfort, simplicity and well-being.
While Elixir has crisp, clean lines, character and visual interest are also achieved through the use of texture. Textural interest comes from the use of lightly sand-blasted walnut veneer, light texture applied to the metal elements along with a hand-carved texture added to the surface of select pieces.
This particular piece boasts a carved top with geometric detailing to add visual interest where you wouldn’t expect it. The inside is spacious and well equipped for all of your components.
Visit us today to learn more about the Elixir console!
Our Furniture Pick of the Week is the Music City round dining set from the Trisha Yearwood Collection.
Music City is Trisha Yearwood’s twist on contemporary styling. Trisha insists on comfort and yet loves a contemporary setting, so the blend of a casual soft finish with the sleek lines of Music City results in a beautiful contemporary lifestyle for comfortable living. Music City is contemporary in its design, relaxed in its comfort and stylish in its finish. A fresh new twist on todays contemporary living is just what Music City delivers, not unlike the way Nashville combines country with contemporary living!
Also notice the design on the back of the dining chairs, an ode to Trisha’s song American Girl, better known as X’s and O’s.
This stunning set is on our showroom floor. We invite you to visit us this weekend and see all of the beautiful pieces carried at Norwood. Thanks for stopping by!
Our Furniture Pick of the Week is the Kinsett Cabinet. This piece has old world charm with updated features like the mirrored panels and windowpane look.
“Distinctive and polished, the Kinsett Cabinet displays the perfect harmony of modern and natural elements with Natural wood accented by a hand applied Black Patina and beautifully antiqued mirror door panels. ”
Kinsett would be beautiful in a dining area to hold dishes, in an office as a book case, or in a living space for ample storage. It’s a truly unique and stunning piece of furniture with lots of style and function.
The cabinet is one of the newest additions to our showroom, so we invite you to come see it in person. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful Saturday!
With a mix of clean-lined modern design and traditional silhouettes, the Cityscapes Collection brings home the serene spirit of a luxurious spa vacation. The comprehensive 45-piece collection is rich with subtle details, from the swag motif on the back of a dining chair, to the channel tufting on an upholstered headboard, to the travertine top of a slim-legged nightstand–each design and detail executed with artisanal care. Throughout the collection the gold and warm gray palette is accented with brass, stone, glass and wood and enhanced with jewelry-like gold-toned hardware, custom designed and custom made.
We have numerous pieces from this stunning new collection on our floor from beds and bedroom furniture to a dining table to accent tables and mirrors. If you’re looking for pieces that are modern and updated without lacking detail, the Cityscapes collection may just be perfect for you.
Visit us this weekend to take advantage of our 36 month no money down, no interest financing O.A.C. store wide!
Our furniture pick of the week is the Melange Em Demilune Accent Chest. This stunning chest could fit in just about any space with its petite stature and neutral palette. Some of our favorite ways to style it are in an entryway with an intricate mirror and in a bedroom as a nightstand.
Come closer to Melange, and you will discover something unexpected, an eclectic blending of colors, textures and materials in a vibrant collection of one-of-a-kind artistic pieces.
This beautiful piece is one of the newest additions to our showroom. We invite you to come see its beauty in person and discover the many ways it can be styled in your home.
Our furniture pick of the week is the Hudson bed from the Cityscapes Collection.
With a mix of clean-lined modern design and traditional silhouettes, the Cityscapes collection brings home the serene spirit of a luxurious spa vacation. The comprehensive 45-piece collection is rich with subtle details, from the swag motif on the back of a dining chair, to the channel tufting on an upholstered headboard, to the travertine top of a slim-legged nightstand–each design and detail executed with artisanal care. Throughout the collection the gold and warm gray palette is accented with brass, stone, glass and wood and enhanced with jewelry-like gold-toned hardware, custom designed and custom made.
Outlined in carved reeding and accented with brass, the handsome Hudson Panel Bed headboard brings a touch of quiet elegance to the bedroom. The headboard’s dramatic quarter sawn oak veneer is finished in a warm Stone finish that has been lightly wire brushed to bring out the beauty of the wood.
Hudson is one of the newest beds we have on our showroom floor along with pieces from the bedroom set. Visit us today to see the beauty of Hudson and the Cityscapes collection in person!
Our furniture pick of the week is the Palms! Up bar cabinet.
An artistic take on the classic palm tree, Palms Up! provides a stunning focal point for your living or dining room. However, beauty is not just skin deep. Behind the hand-carved doors reside the quintessential bar for entertaining. A white marble work surface sits atop a deep drawer for storing drink making essentials and two open shelves that will cradle your favorite wines. The interior is finished in a Soft Taupe and features a mirrored back with hanging wine glass holder. This closed storage piece truly sets the bar high.
We used Palms Up! in our front window display where it played perfectly into the summer party we created. One of our favorite parts of this piece is the hardware. Each door has a gold bamboo piece as the pull while the inside drawers have gold pulls with inlaid crystals.
What do you think, would you put Palms Up! in your home?
This week’s furniture pick is the Franklin Street Bed.
Franklin is a stunning bed that has tufting on both the headboard and footboard, creating chic detailing. The tufting is made even more stylish by the gray velvet upholstery that covers the bed.
Wood legs and small nail heads create a bit of rustic contrast to the classic tufting.
This bed would pair beautifully with a variety of bedroom pieces ranging from mirrored nightstands to a natural wood dresser or rustic white armoire.
Our favorite part of upholstered beds is the comfort of the headboard, allowing you to sit up and enjoy reading, watching television, or relaxing at night.
If you’re searching for a chic and stylish bed with a rustic twist, Franklin may just be the perfect fit. Franklin also has a current home on our showroom floor, meaning you can see it in person. Stop by this weekend to see if it’s just your style!
If you’ve been following along with us this week, you may have seen a few photos of our new window display. Today we thought we’d show you detail shots of the space to give you an idea of how to use color in your own home.
You can check out a full run-down of the space here by Designer Kendra Lohmeyer.
One of the questions I asked Kendra as we were filming was why she thought people were afraid to use color in their homes. Her response was that often times people feel overwhelmed and confused by color, not knowing what shades to use or how to coordinate them, so they end up going completely neutral instead.
Kendra’s goal for this space was to help people become more comfortable, and even excited by color. Color shouldn’t be overwhelming, it should be inviting. Kendra used a variety of colors in this space, which may not be what she’d use in someone’s home, but she really wanted to show customers that numerous colors in various shades really do work beautifully together.
If full color is not your thing, choose one or two to use as accents in your space. This way you can change out less expensive pieces like pillows, throws, vases, and other decor when you get tired of the colors you used.
How do you use color in your home? We would love to hear from you!