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Liberty Arlington House Home Office Open Bookcase with poplar solids with acacia veneers and metal tube Read More
Furniture is a dedicated provider of all wood products including bedroom, dining, entertainment, occasional and home office categories. Our products are developed using years of knowledge coupled with a vision of the future. By working with industry leading designers and top tier factories, Liberty is well positioned to provide quality products at a great value. We use high-quality wood with the best veneers and conduct an extensive, detail-oriented finishing process, including some level of distressing
Liberty is a privately owned business that designs value-driven, quality furniture. In 1992, Richard Brian took the opportunity to start his own business. He began with a vision of a company that would thrive on the values of hard-work, fairness, and integrity. With only seven people and a modest section of warehouse in west Atlanta, Liberty Furniture opened its doors selling only wood chairs and laminate table tops. Steadily, the company introduced more casual dining styles and the vision that was Liberty began to take form. Early on, when Liberty could only afford a basement level showroom in High Point, Mr. Brian would take chairs out to the street in order to entice customers. This initiative and passion for success is visible to this day and is at the very heart of Liberty
Urban living is defined as surrounding oneself in a modern environment, refurbished building or studio/loft. A natural feeling created by the living space as well as the furnishings that attribute to it. The essence of the urban living furniture is its unique ability to fit many different styles-Rustic, casual, contemporary-A mixture of materials with distressed finishes and textured fabric.
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