One of the perks of working for a furniture company is being one of the first to see new collections arrive to our store. Okay, maybe some wouldn’t consider that a perk, but to me, it’s pretty exciting.
The latest arrival that made me oohh and ahhhh is the Latitude Collection by Universal Furniture.
The Latitude dining table has a distinctive banded antique bronze hardware base with a 52″ round glass-top. Its uniqueness definitely brings character and craftsmanship to your room. Dark mahogany veneer arm chairs are available with or without casters. I personally like the easy mobility of the casters.
Who wouldn’t love the dark coffee bean finish of the collection. The solid construction of selected hardwoods and mahogany veneers shows master craftsmanship with its architectural silhouettes and design details. The credenza and occasional tables have natural stone inserts that are beautiful and distinctive.
The credenza has bi-fold doors to conceal the ample shelves for platters and other serving trays. Also has an organized area for your wine collection.
The entertainment hutch (top) is the ideal display for your TV. Large bi-fold doors conceal your screen when not in use. The entertainment console (base) has adjustable shelves and interchangeable door panels, giving you the option for wood or speaker cloth doors.
Functionality has a strong presence in this collection. The writing desk, for example makes use of every inch, providing a built-in bookcase and a drawer for a keyboard or laptop. Need more display area? The matching bookcase has adjustable and stationary shelves and two file drawers at the base.
To finish a room, add occasional tables to your living area. The Latitude cocktail table has architectural design features that showcase its bold design.
It’s a transitional collection that coordinates well in any room. There’s more in this collection than shown here including special order options for the bedroom so come to our store to find your Latitude. Now on display at HomeWorld Beretania and Pearlridge.
Can you imagine the Latitude in your home? What pieces best inspire you?
About Terri Dux
Besides being a writer, passionate blogger, and photographer for HomeWorld Furniture, Terri is also co-owner of a local t-shirt craft company. When not watching her favorite TV channel, HGTV, Terri likes to sew, vermicompost, and thrift at neighborhood garage sale
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