Introducing Arch Salvage

September 06, 2017

The Arch. Salvage collection from ART marries the timeless beauty of traditional European architectural detailing with thoughtful functionality for today’s living.

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The host chairs do a good job of standing out. The wood and fabric detail gives more interest with the contrast of the two.

 

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The townley entertainment hutch has a touch operated LED lighting to help feature your possessions. The shelves are adjustable. It can be used as a dining cabinet or also has the functionality with wire management ports for a television.

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Inspired by European doorways, the soaring headboard of the Bryce upholstered bed is framed in wide molding, mitered at four joints. The tailored panel is complimented by upholstery and nail trim on the headboard. The angled footboard corner posts are embellished with acanthus leaf carving. The bed comes in Parch, a light open-grained finish or mist, a neutral aged gray paint, and is available in Queen, King, and california king sizes.

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