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Natale’s enduring love affair with Paris and his fondness for meticulous timberwork inspired the collection, which embraces the strength and variety of timber and the unique qualities of stained and painted wood finishes. With minimal ornamentation, elegance takes the lead with a touch of contemporary flair not far behind. Explore the Collection here! Greg Speaks with Steelyard about his new collection, watch here!
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The Facets Collection includes the most comprehensive and wide-ranging chest, low-chest/nightstand, headboard, and bar cabinet program available in the luxury furniture market. Kindel Grand Rapids brings the essence of what the company is known for – craftsmanship at the highest level and made in the USA – to a broader audience with this platform-based program.
The versatility of Facets allows you to choose from door, drawer chests or low-chests/nightstands, and headboards in a wide range of sizes and then immerse yourself into an incredible array of luxury features including veneer, leather, finish, trim and overlay patterns. Multiple hardware choices are available including custom choices designed by Kindel Grand Rapids. If you want inspiration on what's possible, check out our gallery. For more information on the array of luxury options with Facets, Click Here.
Venetian furniture of the late Italian renaissance period was often flamboyant and elaborately painted, japanned and/or gilded. Venice, a seaport city which was a major trading center during the mid 18th Century, is where the Venetian style of furniture was created. Rococo style furniture of the late 18th Century produced in Venice also became known as Venetian style furniture. Bombe chests are a prevalent Venetian style as are the severe cabriole legs with the characteristic Venetian curl at the knee. The Venetian influence on other European styles was strong and different enough to warrant a classification of its own.