HUDSON, NC — Survey after survey finds that consumers opt to purchase quality American-made goods if they are priced competitively with furnishings made in faraway factories. However, it did not take surveys and pundits for Kincaid (IHFC H1204) to recognize this fact. All they had to do is look at their storied company heritage and engage the same long-standing values and craftsmanship for which they are renowned in their latest debut.
This Market, Kincaid Furniture is presenting these savvy consumers with the Hudson House series, launched with their new Grandin collection, a classic and accessible five-piece bedroom crafted from solid, plantation-grown eucalyptus. Approachable in style and price point, the clean-lined designs honor the company’s first foray into the bedroom furniture category more than sixty years ago in both name and philosophy. The domestically produced, modified sleigh bed, dresser with mirror, nightstand and chest are handcrafted and finished at the company’s Hudson, North Carolina manufacturing facility, enabling the company to offer Grandin—and Kincaid quality for generations—at targeted retail prices between $1999 and $2500 for a complete bedroom ensemble, virtually unrivaled pricing for domestically-made, solid wood furniture in today’s marketplace.
Source: Kincaid Furniture
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