Striking Statement Pieces Designed to “Mix, Match and Mingle” with Existing Decor

October 13, 2012, Bassett, VA—As HGTV HOME Furniture begins hitting retail floors this Fall, the creative minds at America’s Foremost Lifestyle Brand are unveiling a new collection of smartly styled accents designed to make homeowners’ decorating updates amazingly easy.

With nearly 30 signature pieces from which to choose, HGTV HOME’s new introduction is composed of striking statement pieces created to mix, match and mingle with each of the four distinct style stories introduced last Market—Meadowbrook Manor, Classic Chic, Water’s Edge and Woodlands—and this season’s new Modern Heritage Collection.

Designed to be the “eye candy” of a room, the accents add shimmer and bling—punching up interiors with luxe metallic finishes and interesting materials like raffia, shagreen and antique mirror. Key pieces range from a metallic copper chest with satin nickel center twist pulls, and an antique mirror and silver leaf hall cabinet in Meadowbrook Manor, to a show-stopping pearlized shagreen end table and antique credenza rendered in silver leaf in Classic Chic. A black nickel pedestal and a metallic martini spool table take Modern Heritage to a new level, while a three-tier white distressed chest, woven drum table in light grey and a raffia-wrapped console make ideal additions to Water’s Edge.   

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