Homecoming - Vintage Pine Collection
|The Homecoming ? Vintage Pine Collection fills every room with a sense of pastoral purity and appeal for every piece of Solid Pine furniture with unique markings that only nature can create. Embrace the cozy elements of a traditional American homestead and begin creating the memories that will last for generations.
Classic farmhouse furnishings such as the Wine Safe, Dry Sink Cabinet, Refractory Table, and Ladder Back Chairs are what make the Vintage Pine Collection a truly multi-generational set. With its clean lines, plank tops and generous proportions, you?ll be able to create warm settings in which friends and family will feel completely serene and content.
Pride of craftsmanship is the standard of Kincaid Furniture and is quite evident in the Homecoming ? Vintage Pine Collection. You will take pride in owning a piece of American mastery that is nobly constructed in the USA. In addition, Kincaid is proud to be the first home furnishings company designated as a ?Corporate Partner? with Habitat for Humanity International. To support the ongoing efforts of Habitat for Humanity, Kincaid will donate one percent of the wholesale price of each item in the Homecoming collection, through January 31, 2014, with a guaranteed donation of at least $100,000 per year for three years.
Homecoming by Kincaid is the first furniture collection to be Eco3Home registered. This high quality distinction assures you these furnishings meet rigorous standards for safety, health and environmental stewardship. You and your family?s well-being is important, so all Eco3Home registered furniture meets or exceeds current federal voluntary safety standards. And as the first furniture products bearing Eco3Home registration, Kincaid ensures that Homecoming?s case-good products use only sustainably sourced materials, and is crafting in ways that conserve water and energy, reduce waste, and increase recycling. Look for Eco3Home hangtags on your furniture and you will know it is safe for you, your family and the environment.
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