Emerald Home Furnishings' Liberty is an updated and casual approach to American traditional styling. The casual traditional collection features dining and bedroom furniture that will fit most any home decor. The unique juxtaposition of relaxed style with traditional elements makes Liberty as fresh as today, yet authentically timeless. Updated casual styling is joined by traditional overtones flowing through each piece. Signature features throughout the collection include elongated bracket feet, layered base molding, shaped applied moldings on drawer fronts and linen fold-top drawers. The Liberty dining collection is carefully crafted from rubber-wood solids and Mindi veneers, a unique and natural material primarily grown in Indonesia. The color is a rich reddish brown with beautiful grain and texture. A soft umber finish with a highly polished luster is the result of delicate hand padding and rubbing. The finish is further characterized by light distressing techniques like rock, light rasping and dry brush. The dining collection offers two table heights. The dining table extends from 78" to 102" with 12" extensions on each end and the gather table has an 18" leaf insert to extend the table surface from 56" to 74". Custom designed hardware includes decorative knobs and keys in a darkened patina of antique bronze. The China display cabinet has lighting and sliding glass doors. English dovetail joints and full extension ball bearing drawer glides all represent consistent Emerald Home Furnishings quality standards. As part of the new standards for anti-tip restraints, all Emerald cases taller than 30" will ship with an anti-tip restraint.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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