Kincaid collections offer casual take on modern and classic forms


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Kincaid Furniture’s two new solid wood collections offer casual designs in both classic and contemporary footprints.

Words: Thomas Russell

The collections include Stone Street, which mixes modern farmhouse with classic French design influences, and Linear, a casual contemporary group in an industrial inspired cerused gray brown finish.

Both include bedroom dining room and occasional furniture. Stone Street is made with solid New Zealand Pine in a weathered brown sandblasted pine finish and Linear is made with solid white oak in a cerused gray brown finish.

The 45-piece Stone Street collection has combinations of Neoclassical, classic French and modern farmhouse design influences as seen in the use of pilasters and stylized trestle table bases. Key bedroom pieces include an updated sleigh bed with a camel hump rolled top and a platform bed with built-in LED lighting in the headboard. Beds retail from $1,299 to $1,499.

1505744932solid_wood_pine_tablesThe 30-piece Linear collection has contemporary and modern design influences, including square lattice work, horizontal slats and stone tops and shelving. Key pieces include two dining tables, including a rectangular and round table. Each of the tables features double chamfered legs in a tripod base on the rectangular table and a pedestal base for the round. There are also multiple bed options retailing from $899 to $999.

“Our newest collections continue to strike a meaningful balance between aesthetic allure and the demands of contemporary living,” said Tim Annas, vice president of merchandising for Kincaid. “We have combined time-tested techniques of solid wood construction with modern textures and finishes to deliver furniture that is not only quality-driven and enduring, but blends easily with the trending styles that today’s consumers love.”

The two collections can be seen in the company’s C-926 showroom in the International Home Furnishings Center.