Spring 2012 Market Introductions:
NICHOLS & STONE ENHANCES BEDROOM, DINING ROOM AND OCCASIONAL OFFERINGS
Founded in 1857, Nichols & Stone is the oldest furniture-building name in America. The firm continues its growth under the guidance of Tuck Nichols, representing the eighth generation of the Nichols family, with fresh creations for bedroom, dining room and occasional use. The full line of Nichols & Stone furniture, including several new introductions, will be on display at the Union Square Showrooms, 410 English Road, during the International Home Furnishings Market in High Point, North Carolina.
The Park Lane Bedroom Collection now includes an Upholstered Bed with upholstered headboard, footboard and night stand wall panels and a Sunray Bed with American walnut veneered headboard and footboard, displaying a beautiful sunray grain pattern. The dining room collection now includes the 42"x70" Village Farm Table with tapered legs and constructed of birch and maple solids, and the 68" Banyan Bench, which complements the solid maple Banyan dining group. Joining the charming Canterbury Tripod Chairside Table are the Canterbury End Table with drawer and the Canterbury Cocktail Table, featuring a striking tiger maple top and cherry legs.
Nichols & Stone Upholstery adds 56 new fabrics and six new leathers to its line. The popular Collins Sectional now includes a chaise component in its options.
Nichols & Stone also is unveiling a new product information Design Center for use in retail showrooms. This handsome and functional piece houses the new Nichols & Stone bedroom and dining room catalogs along with other collection catalogs, product tearsheets, stain and paint finish samples, and fabric swatches.