Introducing A.R.T. Furniture’s Collection One!

October 27, 2016

ART Home Furnishings proudly introduces COLLECTION ONE – a new casual offering of finely crafted case goods, occasional and upholstery inspired by antiques from Provincial Canada and American architecture.  A collection that is classic in style, rich in scale, abundant in detail and unique in appearance.

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Crafted only from radiata pine, a clean and clear wood that is harvested from the northern regions of Asia.  This specie is a cabinet maker’s choice that enhances the fine wood details found throughout the collection.  More importantly, it showcases the variety of finishes that were developed specifically for COLLECTION ONE. Finishes that range from the soft looks of  ageless antiques, rich in patina, to those  full of texture and depth  – all hand applied, hand rubbed and executed with care.

McElheran's Fine Furniture

COLLECTION ONE is also about choice.  Several styles work well together through design and finish.  The ability to mix or match is evident and offers the consumer variety in today’s home décor.  All of COLLECTION ONE seating has been designed to complement the whole home environment.  Pieces are shown with the newest fabrics, rich in tailoring and detail, and most importantly, comfortable to sit in!

McElheran's Fine Furniture

COLLECTION ONE – one world of opportunity

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