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There’s no question that distressed wood furniture has come out strong in all the polls for design trends this year.  This laid-back, unfinished look of purposeful imperfections lends a rustic appearance to wooden furniture.  This almost immediately gives a refreshingly relaxed and comforting ambiance to any room in the house.

This well sought-after design element on luxury furniture conveys a more subtle elegance that requests a quiet admiration.  Many enjoy the appearance of distressed finishes for its unique style and character.  Purposeful indentations, rubbed-off paint, and softly weathered finishes are just a few distress elements to create that well-worn, loved and antique appearance.

Savannah Collections Luxury Furniture Century Furniture Thomasville FurnitureSavannah Collections High End Furniture Baker Furniture Lexington FurnitureThe Hatfield Living Room set pictured bears a softly distressed Alabaster finish with delicate wood carvings throughout.  The light wood finish adds a serene touch to this set, while soft shades of taupe and beige on accent pillows and cushioning add just the right amount of cozy charm.

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These imperfect yet refined features generate an aesthetic that will have you feeling like you’ve just stepped into a cottage in the English countryside.