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Space can be big on style
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Jan '08
Ethan Allen's new line shows without a doubt that smaller scaled furniture can still be just as comfortable and as gorgeous as its larger counterparts.

"We are answering the call for functional, great looking pieces that fit into city apartments and smaller living spaces," says Farah Kathwari, Ethan Allen's Style Director of Communications.

"Many of our most popular furniture and upholstery items have been resized and are now available in a variety of finishes and styles that make them more suitable for those uses." The line includes tables, beds, storage pieces, dressers, lingerie chests, bookshelves, desks, sofas, chairs, media consoles and cabinets, and more.

Dine in Style:
"Pub tables are at the height of stylish casual dining, and we have several different styles, as well as variety of pub stools--some with upholstered or hand-woven seats," says Ms. Kathwari. Seventeen dining tables, several of which are scaled-down versions of Ethan Allen best sellers, present a variety of shapes and finishes, and many come with leaves for additional seating.

Media Attraction:
Media cabinet styles, from simple consoles to cabinets with wraparound bi-fold doors, offer options to suit every taste and room size. Select styles include such features as interchangeable wood and tempered glass door panels. Ethan Allen's media furniture has been designed with the latest technology in mind, accommodating flat panel televisions of up to 42" and coordinating components.


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