Century Furniture announced the acquisition of Curate Home Collection effective February 18, 2019. The transaction will move all of the Curate Home Collection inventory, sales management, sales representation and logistics and marketing functions within the Century Furniture organization, and Curate Home will become a product division for Century.
Curate Home Collection is known for its high-quality, Philippines sourced case goods and occasional seating products featuring prominently materials such as rattan, crushed bamboo and fiber weaving as well as intricate metal work and exotic inlays and finishes.
“Century is always in conversation with potential partners who can bring a unique capability and perspective to our offering of high-end products for the home. Our brand has a long history in natural fiber and casual products, and when the opportunity to combine our legacy, logistics, and design with Curate Home’s fabrication expertise arose, our creative team knew it would be a perfect addition to our product offering. We look forward to showcasing these beautiful pieces in our High Point showroom this April, and working with our authorized partners to showcase them in Century displays around the country.”
The Curate Home for Century Collection will comprise over 150 unique items available in
multiple finishes. These items will be available through Century Furniture’s authorized dealers and corporately owned showrooms. The collection will be on display in Century’s showroom located at 200 Steele, Suite 213, at the semi-annual High Point International Furniture Market in April.
About Century Furniture: Century Furniture, LLC, based in Hickory, NC, is a division of Rock House Farms Family of Brands, a privately held industry leader in high end furniture. A third-generation family owned and operated company, they are committed to the ideal of creating furniture of such impeccable quality that it brings joy not only to the people who own it, but also to the craftspeople who build it. Their commitment and dedication can be seen in every piece of furniture that carries the Century name.