Emerald Home

Emerald Home Furnishings is a global provider of whole-home furnishings to various stores.

Fabric upholstery, motion furniture, casual and formal dining room furniture, bedroom suites, a comprehensive sleep systems range of gel mattresses, as well as occasional tables and accent chairs, are all part of their current product selection. Quality, creativity, and honesty are among their main priorities. Every piece of furniture is created with convenience and durability in mind because, after all, it is what we want for our own homes. Of course, the most incredible deals on their products can be found in their section here at Interiorbeat.

Emerald couches and loveseats have been increasingly trendy in recent years. In fact, they have a dazzling array of collections in this section. The Hutton II, for example, would look fabulous in any living area. The tufted Hutton objects will bring a touch of class to your decor. The gray plush tufted cover features plenty of button tufting and brushed nail-head trim. The tapering wooden bun legs and matched accent cushions add to the distinctiveness of this piece.

Their Juno Collection, which thrives on originality, is loud enough to make a statement while being subtle enough to be a fantastic complement to your house. Mid-century, modern-inspired legs support a traditional, low-to-the-ground design for a relaxed, intimate feel that is enhanced when covered in lusciously soft, earth-toned corduroy fabrics. Accent chairs and a matching ottoman bring this ensemble to the forefront with a dramatic black and white graphic design.

Meanwhile, Emerald's Celia line adds a splash of color to a conventional environment. The contrast between the golden nail-head trim and the Saxon beige fabric shows the exquisite forms of the curled arms and tapering solid wood legs. The warm tones of the golden poppy storage, accent pillows, and ottoman demonstrate that a classic concept may still be fashionable today.

Bond and Doug Shippy founded B&D Sales in 1962 to market bed frames and unfinished furniture. George Ritchie (a corporate representative at the time) bought the company in 1974. The firm was founded in 1977 and has since expanded, introducing a variety of new product lines. Evan Ritchie then purchased the company from his father in 1986, kicking off a period of rapid expansion. Evan bought Perfect Rest Bedding, a mattress manufacturing, in 1990, and Emerald Home Furnishings, an import branch, in 1993. In March 2002, the company's ownership shifted, and David Beckmann took over as CEO.

H.T. Hackney bought Emerald in November of 2019 and added the firm to its portfolio of furniture brands, which also includes Holland House Furnishings, Davis Direct, Step One, Folio 21, and Crush. The Emerald team is now led by Dean Banks, General Manager.

Today, the enterprise is housed in a 200,000-square-foot building in Tacoma, which comprises corporate offices, a showroom, and a distribution center. Their 200,000-square-foot warehouse in Mocksville, North Carolina, handles distribution throughout the Eastern United States.

Emerald Home is dedicated to family. And family isn't only the people who sit around our dinner table; it also encompasses those we work with and live close to. Emerald Home provides time, resources, and furnishings to local groups every year because, after all, it's vital to share with family.

Emerald Home is a respectably successful entity with more than 200 employees and about 10 million dollars in annual revenue.

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Why buy Emerald Home

  • Every piece of furniture is created with convenience and durability in mind.
  • Emerald couches and loveseats have been increasingly trendy in recent years. In fact, they have a dazzling array of collections in this section.
  • Emerald Home provides time, resources, and furnishings to local groups every year. They have a solid reputation for philanthropy.