Lauren Ralph Lauren Collection Launches at Havertys

Lauren Ralph Lauren Home's Willowwood Road furniture collection recently launched exclusively at Havertys.

The collection consists of more than 40 signature designs including case goods and upholstery pieces and is being sold at more than 100 Havertys stores across 17 states in the southern and midwestern regions. It's inspired by the relaxed charm of an American cottage and features an eclectic array of furnishings ranging from intricately handwoven whitewashed wicker to heritage pine and richly carved mahogany. Authentic period carvings, distressed painted finishes and antiqued metalwork evoke a timeworn sensibility.

"It has been a great pleasure to work with Lauren Ralph Lauren Home as they brought Willowwood Road to life," said Havertys CEO Clarence Smith. "Our customers will love the Southern charm and 'acquired' look of the pieces. And we are very excited to debut the Lauren Ralph Lauren Willowwood Road Collection exclusively at our stores."

A variety of upholstery fabrics feature woven cotton ticking stripes, cabbage florals or delicate cotton paisleys, while aniline-dyed top-grain leather in burnished chestnut or toasted almond are accented with button-tufting and nailhead details.

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