New @ HM: Modern Style meets Eclectic Charm

modern eclectic Homemakers Furnitures

It’s a new month which means a brand new batch of eye-catching furniture has appeared in the Homemakers showroom. This September we are all about modern eclectic style! This vibrant blend of different designs encompasses mid-century modern and casual chic styles with a sprinkling of classic form and rustic accents. Sound like a lot different design schools to mix? No worries, we know just how you can incorporate these pieces into your home!

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This six-piece dining set from Daniel’s Amish is unique in the live edge design. Live edge refers to the craftsman leaving the natural edge of a piece of wood to bring out the natural shape and style. It is a way to preserve the authenticity of the solid wood! This gorgeous dining set is rich in heirloom-quality details: turned legs, curved arms, slat backs and a glossy finish to the walnut construction.

We hinted at a splash of rustic style- well, this might be more than a splash. The five-piece Highland Park dining collection from Samuel Lawrence shows how a modern twist on rustic form combines to create a truly unique dining set. The pedestal base is shiny chrome that contrasts beautifully with the rich oak tones of the table top and padded side chairs.

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What living room is complete with a super soft sofa or sectional to sink into? This month we have two new beauties to showcase. The Bernhardt Normandy sofa is 100% supple leather in a rich brown hue. Don’t worry, you’ll still find modern style details in the track arms and tapered feet. Note the nail head trim along the front- a subtle incorporation of casual style. We told you these pieces would blend the best of several designs!

If relaxing against soft fabric upholstery is more your style, we have that option as well. The Franklin Julienne sectional includes two loveseats and a corner wedge for optimal space. The blend of different design features is what caught our eye: modern track arms, rustic nail head trim, wooden feet and plush cushions in casual gray upholstery. What’s not to love?

For entertainment storage space, we went full mid-century modern with four consoles that all provide room for a television, media equipment and more. These consoles would look right at home on the set of Mad Men with hairpin legs and blocky profiles. The 65-in Aspen Lowboy even comes in a quirky shade of vibrant blue- definitely a favorite of ours. If the eclectic color is too bright for your room, don’t worry- it also comes in a refined maple finish. The Aspen Studio 58-in consoles offer a second compartment and come in two different finishes: light driftwood and dark walnut.

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What do you get when you take mod form and add country-cottage details? A bedroom collection that is just too stylish to keep to ourselves. The Modus Furniture Neveda set is a four-piece collection that includes a queen platform bed, dresser, mirror and nightstand. The charming details you’ve come to expect are all here: splayed legs, solid pine paneling and a rich, distressed finish. The nightstand and dresser both have English Dovetail drawers and black industrial hardware.

If space is limited, you can still achieve rustic modern style with the Neveda queen bed. Who doesn’t feel stylish in a platform bed? The same tapered legs and pine paneling will add a unique blend of country charm and mod style to your bedroom.

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  • Uttermost Gavia table lamp at Homemakers Furniture

    Gavia Table Lamp (in-store only)

  • Uttermost Ledro table lamp at Homemakers Furniture

    Uttermost Ledro Table Lamp (in-store only)

So far we’ve thrown mid-century modern, rustic and eclectic styles at you for the month of September. But we have one more style to add into the mix! Industrial chic accents pair well with any of the furniture we’ve already mentioned. Dark metal and hardware-inspired detailing help balance the bright hues of electric pieces and complement the structured lines of modern furniture.

The Gavia lamp is an easy addition to a table; the iron column Is finished in antique brass which contrasts beautifully with the walnut stained base. The bulb is covered by a round water glass plate to diffuse the light. For a slightly different industrial look, the Ledro lamp features a concrete column as a base. The bronzed steel cage houses an Edison bulb, a quirky reference to modern style. You can’t go wrong with either of these chic pieces! Both are only available in our store.


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