Fine Furniture Design Partners with Veranda

The 40-piece collection will debut at the 2017 Fall High Point Market in October
July 11, 2017Alyson Cohen

Veranda by Fine Furniture Design Ethereal BedVeranda by Fine Furniture Design Ethereal Bed
HIGH POINT, N.C.—Fine Furniture Design has inked a license agreement with Veranda magazine to launch Veranda by Fine Furniture Design. The 40-piece collection will debut at High Point Market in October, featuring pieces for every living space including bedroom, dining room, occasional and upholstered furniture, with an emphasis on livable luxury.

"Veranda is a champion of beauty in every form, and with this new furniture collection, beautiful design is at the heart of every piece: timeless details, unique finishes, and sublime craftsmanship come together to create elegant pieces with enduring style," said Clinton Smith, editor-in-chief of Veranda.

With the launch of Veranda, Fine Furniture Design will debut a turnkey merchandising solution at the company’s High Point showroom with vignettes featuring flooring and wall treatments. The program helps retailers duplicate the collaborative display created by the editors at Veranda and Fine Furniture Design.

"Veranda has done a masterful job inspiring its readers over the years," said Eric Graham, president of Fine Furniture Design. "While visiting retailers across the United States, I have seen consumers come into retail stores with pages from the magazine looking for home furnishings to create similar spaces in their own homes time and time again. This partnership is right on target for us because we are focused on being relevant to the consumer and staying current with trends, lifestyles, function and scale."


Alyson CohenaAlyson Cohen | Contributing Editor

Alyson Cohen is a senior honors student at Rutgers University who has joined HFN this summer as an editorial intern.


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