Breathing new life into antique wood is our passion, each piece has a story. We highlight the unique variation in the wood grain and let the beauty of the wood speak for itself.
High Point, NC (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
Handcrafted live edge furniture pieces from Madera Home Furniture will be showcased at the High Point Market show on October 19th through the 24th. North Carolina’s High Point Market is the largest home furnishings industry trade show in the world, the perfect place to introduce innovative new pieces to the tastemakers of design. It is one of the premier events of the year for the home furnishings community.
The new Live Edge Collection features dining, coffee and console tables with a modern yet rugged industrial feel. Some pieces sit on 200-year-old elm wood stumps for bases while others incorporate salvage steel for legs. The finishes are done entirely by hand and incorporate a variety of styles, from genuine silver leaf to multilayered ombré shades, giving each item a truly custom appearance.
Michael McWilliams, Founder and CEO of Madera Home, is committed to utilizing reclaimed wood for the construction of new furniture. “Breathing new life into antique wood is our passion, each piece has a story. We highlight the unique variation in the wood grain and let the beauty of the wood speak for itself.”
Visit the Madera Home showroom located at Showplace 4300. High Point Market is open to all design professionals and runs from October 19th through the 24th.
About Madera Home
Madera Home is an importer of fine furniture with styles that vary from traditional to modern. Their furniture collection is designed from beautiful reclaimed wood from the Qing Dynasty. As China races to modernize they are leaving behind the vestiges of their eclectic past. Madera Home acquires old temple wood, barn beams and unusable furniture pieces – often 100 – 300 years old and re-commissions it into beautiful furniture utilizing old world craftsmanship with modern touches.
Their inventory is solid wood and has recently expanded to include salvage metal and resin. Originating from a decommissioned calculator factory, these unique materials are "up-cycled" into something clean, sleek and new. For more information on Madera Home, please visit http://www.maderahomefurniture.com/.