Biltmore Partners with Fine Furniture Design

ASHEVILLE, N.C.-Biltmore For Your Home will launch new furniture program at the April 2013 High Point Market in a licensing partnership with furniture producer Fine Furniture Design.

The new collection will feature 80 pieces of bedroom, dining room, upholstery, occasional and accent furniture.

Handcrafted from premium wood solids and veneers, the new Biltmore collection will feature wood pieces in okume swirl veneers, random matched rustic cherry, cluster oak and other cabinet woods. Styles will range from updated European traditional to relaxed American casual, with accent pieces in exotic veneers, handpainted items and metal pieces in a wide assortment of colors and textures. More than a dozen Biltmore finishes have been developed for the line. The Biltmore Upholstery product line will feature 20 exclusive frames, including chairs, ottomans, sofas and accent upholstery pieces.

"This new furniture collection with Fine Furniture Design is unlike anything we've done before," said Tim Rosebrock, vice president and general manager of the Biltmore Home Products Division. "It's a notable program of exceptional designs that mix easily with existing furniture or may be combined to create entire rooms. This new partnership represents an opportunity to expand the reach of our brand to a larger segment of the American public."

Fine Furniture Design will debut its new Biltmore collection April 20 to 25 during the High Point Market at its showroom located in the International Home Furnishings Center's Wrenn wing, space 800, and InterHall 112.

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