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Classic Home Introduces 200+ New Pieces at Winter Vegas Market

Calif.-based Classic Home has announced the debut of over 200 furniture pieces at this week’s Las Vegas Market.

“We’re using oak, leather, and iron to create exceptional mixed media pieces,” said Marci Jones, chief operating officer. “We’ve raised the bar on the craftsmanship of these pieces, especially as we’ve increased our sourcing from India and Vietnam. This market is filled with head-turning pieces that will position our customers as leaders in design and quality.”

Classic Home will be showing its introductions, including the three highlighted below, at their Las Vegas Market showroom (C-309) through Jan. 30.

The Benjamin Sofa is made with a reclaimed oak frame that is wrapped with woven cane. The frame’s crisp corners are balanced by plush upholstery and classic button tufting. The woven polyester fabric is soft to the touch and nail head trim lines the upholstery. A matching club chair and ottoman complete the set.  

The Durant End Table is a new addition to an existing collection that includes a dining and console table. The tabletop is made with a concrete laminate the gives the look, feel, and durability of concrete at only a fraction of the weight. Reclaimed pine legs set in an “X” formation complete the table’s sleek and minimal form.

The Mayer Counter Stool is upholstered in tan top grain leather and is supported by hammered iron legs. The upscale material selection gives the stool a refined aesthetic, designed to elevate the look of a space. Its thin iron frame allows the stool to fit in cozier spaces without adding visual weight. An iron footrest crossbar completes the design and makes the stool comfortable and stylish.

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