Alta bedroom pieces include nightstand, standard chest, door chest, dresser, mirror and panel bed with either a standard or storage footboard.
The Arlington Dining Collection by Intercon will add character to dining rooms of all shapes and sizes. The two-toned finish and sleek straight lines creates a clean and casual look that won't go out of style.
The Family Dining Collection from Intercon offers updated styles to a classic group.
Glennwood dining pieces include dining, counter height and drop leaf tables, ladder back side chair and counter height stool.
Jackson bedroom pieces include nightstand, standard chest, chesser, dresser, mirror and sleigh bed with either a sleigh or storage footboard.
Oak Park dining pieces include a large trestle dining table, gathering island, two styles of chairs and counter stools and a stylish sideboard. Arm and side chairs are available.
River dining pieces include sideboard, side chair and trestle table.
The Santa Clara collection by Intercon delightful mix between Contemporary and Traditional styled furniture. The rich Brandy finish and solid Mango construction add a classic feeling to the modern look from the clean, uncomplicated design.
The Siena Collection from Intercon is made from Select Hardwoods and Cherry Veneer and finished in Black and Cider.
The Taos collection by Intercon exudes a rustic elegance rarely found elsewhere. With this unique combination, these pieces will fit nicely into homes with both traditional and modern décor. Constructed from thick Spruce Veneers with select hardwoods and industrial metal accents, the group certainly doesn't sacrifice style for quality. Nothing will say "Welcome Home" more clearly than this casual, comfortable collection. Make it a part of your home!
Telluride bedroom pieces include nightstand, standard chest, gentlemen's chest, dresser, mirror and panel bed with either a standard or storage footboard.
Wolf Creek bedroom pieces include two styles of nightstands, standard, door and media chests, dresser, mirror and two styles of beds