This winter and spring we've been thrilled for the opportunity to showcase a collection of our furniture at the historic lodge at the Richfield Heritage Preserve. The Heritage Preserve features beautiful walking trails and historic Richfield homes dating back to the early 1900s on 336 mostly wooded acres.
We feel the lodge itself provides a wonderful setting for showcasing our furniture. Its two-story vaulted ceiling with stunning curved trusses and stone fireplace fill visitors with a sense of history and charm. These timeless architectural details and meticulous attention to building materials closely reflect our own philosophy on furniture design. While our pieces draw on an eclectic range of inspirations, from mid-century modern architects like Richard Neutra to William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement of the 1800s, they're all united by a commitment to using excellent craftsmanship techniques and a profound respect for the natural qualities of the materials used. Whether it's a naturally stained cut of beautiful white oak on a dining table or a buttery soft full grain leather library chair with natural markings, we make no effort to hide the innate characteristics of our materials and instead make these characteristics an integral part of our design processes.
Given the rustic, historic charm of the lodge, we've chosen to focus this display largely on our leather upholstered pieces. We feature sofas, chairs and recliners in a range of size and color options. Pieces feature hard maple frames, high density foam cores and the highest quality pure aniline-dyed leathers.
We recognize that comfort is subjective and therefore offer a range of cushion options from ultra plush down feather-filled to extra firm. Our knowledgeable staff will happily offer information on the nuances of varying cushion options and work with you to find styles that are both comfortable and fit your aesthetic taste and lifestyle needs. A buttery soft unprotected leather sofa that is easily scratched might feel amazingly comfortable but may not be the best bet for families with three young kids and a dog with parents whose tastes tend towards sleek and new. Pascal, Martha and Rob work closely with clients to ask the right questions and provide insightful information to help customers arrive at great design solutions for their space and lifestyle.
Located at 4374 Broadview Rd., our Lodge at the Richfield Heritage Preserve display is open Saturdays from 10am-4pm. Along with leather upholstered furniture we're also featuring some of our solid wood bedroom sets at the lodge. We'll be maintaining our normal 10am-5pm Saturday hours at our main showroom at 4050 Broadview Rd. in Richfield (about half a mile south of the lodge). Reach out to us at 330-657-2095 with any questions and we look forward to seeing you in the coming weekends!