Kincaid Furniture is an iconic American furniture manufacturer, and we are really excited about bringing them into our showroom and online. Kincaid is one of the most storied North Carolina furniture brand names that has endured for decades with good reason. Their product line is varied, but quality built and incredibly affordable. And while it's been said that "things aren't made the way they used to be," at Kincaid that's not exactly true. While several enhancements have been made since their beginnings in 1946, they still use solid wood construction, wood-on-wood drawer movement, and hand rubbed finishes to craft their wood furniture.
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One of Kincaid's most popular and classic groups is the Carriage House Collection. Staying true to form from the classic 18th Century and the Queen Ann period silhouettes, the Carriage House collection generates an image of well loved furniture that has existed in the homes and hearts of Americans for generations. Elegant carvings, classic rice carved beds and bronzed hardware are just a few of the characteristics of the Carriage House collection that were inspired from the most prized pieces of the 18th Century. Solid wood pieces in Carriage House feature traditional English dovetailed drawers and authentic mortise and tenon joinery, all finished in a rich, hand-rubbed cherry patina.
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Modern styling is merged with traditional sensibilities for a timeless look. Featuring Solid European Beech wood, brushed metal hardware, and all of the features that Kincaid Furniture is known for, the Alston collection provides a perfect balance of style, value, and high quality craftsmanship. The innovations in a collection such as Alston just make life easier, like the under-bed storage cabinet at left, that converts this bed into a platform bed with extra storage.
American Journal invites you to create your home's very own story. With six finishes, and two choices of hardware available throughout the collection the possibilities are endless. Traditional, Urban, Casual, or Coastal settings are all perfect for the color statements that American Journal can make. The lines are classic, the finishes are fresh, and the style is all your own.
|Carriage House Collection
Staying true to form from the classic 18th Century and the Queen Ann period silhouettes, the Carriage House collection generates an image of well-loved furniture that has existed in the homes and hearts of Americans for generations. Elegant carvings, classic rice carved beds and bronzed hardware are just a few of the characteristics of the Carriage House collection that were inspired from the most prized pieces of the 18th Century. Solid wood pieces in Carriage House feature traditional English dovetailed drawers and authentic mortise and tenon joinery, all finished in a rich, hand-rubbed cherry patina.
Inspired by the early 19th century French Restoration period, Tuscano can be noted for its purity of line, fine classic proportions and for its sparing but effective use of carving. The authentic, light finish on Tuscano is reminiscent of the Bos Clair, or lighter wood styles which were fashionable during that time period. Each Tuscano piece displays an endless variety of exquisite and delicate solid wood detail, including a choice of either antiqued metal or faceted acrylic knobs.
A true classic, Gathering House celebrates the marriage between Shaker and contemporary influences with clean lines and eclectic appeal. Solid wood finished in a satin cherry finish becomes truly transitional with a choice of solid wood or polished nickel hardware, giving Gathering House a timeless appeal that will endure for many generations to come.
A modern classic, Somerset yields elegant detail and solid hardwood construction bringing character and lasting style in the appearance of ease, confidence, and beauty. Defined as casually elegant, the dark espresso finish adds to the depth and character of this truly transitional group. Though comfortable and familial, Somerset is sleek and sophisticated; a true modern classic.
Exuding the gentle essence of European country cottage living, the Sturlyn collection displays sophisticated style with great attention to detail and ornamentation. It's eclectic reach creates an interpretive expression for any home with three distinct finishes to choose from; a rich Sienna stain and relaxed Linen and Onyx colors are all featured finishes characterized by a breathtaking hand rubbed and naturally antiqued finish. A rich impression and depth of finish typifying cottage charm is created with an air of understated grace, Sturlyn can be dressed up to adapt to European traditional settings as easily as it can be dressed down for more relaxed living.
A warm auburn finish accentuates the distinct grain of solid maple, while the rich, traditional styling of English country and a touch of Louis Phillipe influence add refinement and classic grace to the Keswick collection. Custom designed hardware features a woven pattern on the back plate and ring bottom, reflecting the attention to detail and authentic design elements that are synonymous with the Kincaid pedigree. Bold beds, fashionable mirrors and the texture of leather and marble add to the elegant ambiance of Keswick.
Stonewater is crafted from Alder and selected solid hardwoods the way mother nature intended. With natural beauty marks such as open knots, worm holes and other distinctive markings, no two pieces are the same. Each piece of furniture within this collection is truly unique, showcasing beautiful solid wood in it's natural state.
Rosecroft blends Arts & Crafts inspiration with a beautifully hand-antiqued, warm heirloom finish. An updated version of the customary Wild Irish Rose motif is used as a decorative accent on key pieces throughout the collection, and the rectilinear antiqued bronze hardware has select Asian influences. Rosecroft features time-honored styling and solid wood craftsmanship sure to complement any home.
Inspired by classic Louis Phillipe design but tempered by purposeful restraint, Chateau Royale's elegant design becomes the element of warmth and comfort within the home. The collection is highlighted by it's over-sized shield and key hardware, mitered molding, and hidden drawers. Elegant curves and gracious lines evolve the classic grace of Louis Phillipe styling, while premium hardwoods are finished in a rich, clear brown finish.
Simple and unencumbered, Highland Park is inspired by outdoor architecture and influenced by clean, Asian elements. This solid wood furniture collection features functional pieces for the entire home with extensive asymmetrical and modular storage configurations throughout. Contemporary sophistication becomes truly versatile with a choice of a light walnut finish, or deep merlot finish; both resulting in a lustrous, smooth sheen accented by polished nickel hardware for a cool, sleek look.
Brookside can be defined as a lodge-inspired, almost rustic collection. Accented with stylish, antiqued brass hardware and matching metal accents, keyhole escutcheons have been routed into the drawers for a distinguished, authentic flavor. Above all else, Brookside owes it's beauty to solid hardwoods finished in a gentle, hand-distressed satin patina, bringing the naturally flowing grain characteristics of solid wood to life.
The Treasures Collection is a selection of unique finds from around the world, revisited for American living. Treasures brings together styles and materials from around the world to add flavor to today's home. From the intricacies of hand woven cane to the cool, clean lines of granite, Treasures by Kincaid can complete the room.
What Makes Kincaid Furniture Special
Solid Wood Construction
For four generations, Kincaid Furniture has been built on a philosophy to make wood furniture in its most natural form; using Solid Wood construction.
Dedication to the Environment
Kincaid Furniture is committed to the responsible stewardship of the environment by integrating environmentally sound business practices into our daily business decisions within our upholstery, case goods, retail and import furniture operations. They consistently seek out opportunities for recycling, pollution prevention, energy conservation, and efficient use of natural resources, as well as striving to work to reduce the environmental burden of waste generation and emissions to the air, water and land. Kincaid strives to ensure that any waste generated is properly disposed of in a safe and environmentally sound manner.
Attention to Detail
Sometimes, something as seemingly insignificant as the thickness of the top, or the softened edge of a corner makes all the difference. From the designers pencil to the engineers computer renderings, elements such as these come under close scrutiny to achieve a certain balance in each piece of furniture.
Collections vs. Suites
Many companies can only offer a few items within each group or style. At Kincaid, they design complete collections that take into consideration alternative types of storage, television viewing and media options, and different room sizes. So if you like the style of a Kincaid collection, then it is likely that we have the pieces that will work for you.
The people responsible for building Kincaid Furniture, are some of the most experienced and best in the industry. With men and women who have perfected their craft at Kincaid for as many as 40 years, they enjoy a level of commitment and quality not found in many companies.
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|Genuine solid wood is used on all exterior panels and shaped edges to provide quality and beauty that will last for generations. Kincaid does not use veneers, which often crack and peel over time. Many furniture manufacturers only use solid wood on drawer fronts, while the remainder of the product is veneer over particleboard.||A wood-on-wood non-tilting, dovetailed drawer guide is used in the installation of all Kincaid drawers.|
|Where the design allows, heavy front posts are used for additional case stability and strength.||Floating Panels are defined by raised panel doors and bed panels that utilize a floating, self-centering construction technique.|
|Kincaid's dovetail drawer construction utilizes the best dovetail for each application. Where construction allows, English dovetails on the drawer front and back create a tight fit and add exceptional holding power.||Adjustable Glides are provided on all units for leveling doors and on select units for a center support.|
|All Kincaid solid wood chairs are crafted using a glue and screw technique across a finger-jointed corner, adding strength to the chair while minimizing flex across the joint.||Shaped edges are constructed of solid wood, unlike many manufacturers who use banded veneers, to provide premium quality and durability.|
|Mortise and Tenon Joints are used extensively. Kincaid's case construction features mortise and tenon joinery, a time-proven method of assembling two parts at a 90 angle.||Fully floating tops, end panels, bed panels, etc. are incorporated into every Kincaid product to allow for normal expansion and contraction of the solid wood components as the humidity changes in your home.|
|Kincaid, in keeping with its tradition in styling, materials and finish, crafts its furniture collections using primarily solid woods selected for grain clarity, color coordination and design. Combinations of different solid wood species are used within each collection. Not all exposed surfaces of every collection are constructed of solid wood. Wood products, multi-layered plywood, veneers and laminates are used for certain structural elements, including exposed surfaces that support leather, cane wicker and other non-wood materials, as well as in select components including some decorative table tops, table skirts, bed rails, interior surfaces, back panels, pullout trays, serving surfaces, etc. Some of their furniture features metal, stone, marble, granite or a composite material with the appearance of these elements.|
Kincaid provides a limited one-year warranty to the original purchaser of first-quality Kincaid wood furniture from an authorized dealer that the furniture is free from defects in material and workmanship as noted. This warranty does not apply to purchasers of as-is or distressed products or display samples. Color and finish variations are natural in wood and are not covered by this warranty. This warranty applies under conditions of normal household use but does not apply to fading (furniture should not be placed in direct sunlight) or defects that result from negligence, soiling, improper cleaning, misuse, abnormal use, accident, or commercial use. For fabrics on our chairs, this warranty does not apply to piling, cleaning, shrinkage, wrinkling, wear, dye-lot variance, damage or failure due to chemical treatment other than by the fabric manufacturer, or damage caused by pets. Kincaid will, for one year following the date of the original purchase, at Kincaid's option in its sole discretion, repair or replace, or provide a substitute for, any piece or part found by Kincaid to be defective in material or workmanship. Any costs for packing and shipping are not covered under this warranty. To obtain proper service under this warranty, the original purchase receipt should be kept.
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Homecoming Collection Debuts at Kincaid - October 2010, High Point, NC - Solid-wood and custom-upholstery manufacturer, Kincaid Furniture Company, is introducing Homecoming, its largest whole-home collection in the company's 64-year history at the October 2010 High Point Market.
With more than 100 beautiful pieces crafted of solid pine, solid maple and birch, and solid walnut, Homecoming has taken the best farmhouse furnishings from the past and reinterpreted those inspirations into updated, multi-functional classics for today's modern lifestyle. Designs range from rustic simplicity to sophisticated offerings, all with thoughtful detailing that infuses the collection with the spirit of long cherished collectibles. More than a half dozen bed introductions anchor the bedroom selections, with a similar number of dining room offerings being shown in three striking finishes. Media consoles, accent tables and clever storage pieces are included. Rounding out the collection is a custom upholstery program featuring a selection of cozy slip-covered seating in addition to new upholstered designs and exciting fabric and trim applications.
Kincaid Pilots AHFA's Eco3Home Program with Homecoming Collection - October 2010, Hudson, N.C. – Kincaid Furniture is piloting the American Home Furnishings Alliance's new furniture labeling program designed to help manufacturers communicate a product's safety, health and environmental features to shoppers. Called Eco3Home, the program will be backed by a consumer website, www.eco3home.com, where shoppers can research the attributes of a particular piece of furniture in detail, review the environmental record of the manufacturer, and learn what the industry is doing to safeguard consumer health and safety and improve environmental stewardship.
Kincaid Furniture's Homecoming collection is the first furniture collection in the industry that features the Eco3Home label. Kincaid management, sales representatives and dealers will be the first to view the consumer-facing marketing materials and will have the opportunity to provide feedback on those materials as part of the pilot effort.
Due to manufacturer restrictions, we cannot quote Kincaid Furniture unless you are an existing customer, have visited our store, or you live in our marketing region. Please call us at 800-205-7819 for further details.