French Country Cottage. Powered by Blogger.

Accentrics Home ~ Details

In April, I was at High Point Market previewing some of the new furniture lines
 and accessories that were coming out later this year
It was incredibly inspiring to see so many different showrooms and get so many ideas.

So many of you have emailed asking for more information about these pieces 
when I shared a few previews in the Spring and I am excited to finally be
 sharing more about the gorgeous Accentrics Home collection with you

We have have been waiting for a few months on a newly redesigned Home Meridian/Pulaski furniture
 website to get up and running
and am happy to report that it is up now and you can find information about all of their furniture
and how to find a local dealer to order them here 

Yes, the Accentrics pieces are as beautiful in person as they look in these photos. 
These pieces had gorgeous distressed finishes
 with the look of old stripped paint and carvings
Some of them really did look like they were 100 years old with so much vintage inspired character

These little dainty chests were my absolute favorites.
Love love love.

I am thinking about ordering a pair of them- they are absolutely charming
and would fit in so perfectly
You can find details about them HERE

 This mirror is tall and gorgeous  and would be gorgeous leaning 
against a wall in the living room or bedroom

Details galore here
 this table top edging and the old 'worm holes' look really
makes it seem like an antique

These pieces are rustic and elegant and their price points are fantastic

There were several styles of tables and chairs to choose from

Again, details were perfect.

They also had pieces with painted distressed finishes 

and a few fun accents as well.

Tall bookcases and cabinets

I love how some of the pieces are modern shapes and vintage inspired at the same time.

There was a TON of eye candy and inspiration

Seriously an amazing showroom filled with beautiful vintage inspired pieces.
I am excited to see what new pieces they will have at the next market!

You can find details about the pieces on their website
and pricing information by contacting your local dealer

My travel was provided to visit the Home Meridian/Pulaski showroom
at High Point Market but all opinions about the furniture are my own of course

sharing at


  1. Thanks for sharing this beautiful line of furniture.

  2. The chests are my fave too!!! Super gorgeous!

  3. my gosh. just lovely furniture. this post was great and timely as I'm looking for chairs and a bed. thanks for sharing this post.

  4. Love the finishes on some of these pieces. Just gorgeous...what had.

  5. I love these furniture and I specially like the ones that seem "not finishes at all!" Thanks for sharing.

  6. Bonjour,
    Une belle publication.
    J'ai beaucoup aimé le grand miroir.

    Gros bisous

  7. Gorgeous! Love the blue dresser and the upholstered shield back chairs.

  8. They are gorgeous all of the pieces. Would love to have all of it.

  9. How many beautiful things!
    That chest is absolutely to die for!!
    Thank you for the tour darling

  10. I love this furniture! Having trouble finding online...Pulaski shows page does not exist. Looking for a retailer here in Northern California...any suggestions?

  11. Where are you in Northern California? I am in Nor Cal too- I can type in my zip and find dealers here on this page at Pulaski- is this the one you were having problems getting to work?

  12. I love the High Point Furniture's been a few years since I've been there, but it truly is like being a kid in a candy store. The Pulaski line is gorgeous. Much to love in this line.
    Thanks so much for sharing.

  13. My french country dinning room furniture is from Pulaski. I've had it for over 30 yrs and continue to love it. Am going to try and find someone locally who carries the line.

  14. Those are gorgeous pieces for sure!

  15. Oh, my! I don't know where to begin! These pieces are exquisite - love the patina - I'm sharing these with my sister!

  16. Love the Pulaski chests you want to order, I have Pulaski pieces in my home and use to have a lot more during the 90's when the English/Victorian look was still the craze!
    I have sold off many pieces they were just not the right fit for what I was doing in a French country side feel.
    Love, love, love your choice in the chest, yet how about a companion chest so you mix it up with the same era in decor yet anchoring the room with way more interest. As an interior designer I try to give as much interest to a room so each pieces does not have to compete with the other for attention, it makes people wonder, is that old or a reproduction, giving the room less of mass production to it.
    I have some French pieces that I am painting right now to give them this weathered oak look! Crossing my fingers that it turns out enough to get by on and that's all Incare about and a savings in not having to order anything new at this time until I move.

    Courtney if you are ever going to the L.A Mart or Beckman show I would love to meet up with you,mint would be great to meet you and share some crazy inspiring ideas.
    Love all you create in your home, I could move right in on your relaxed homey feel.


    1. Thank you Dor'e!! I would love to meet up with you! I will definitely let you know if I will be at the LA Mart of Beckman show- let me know if you ever get up to Northern California too!! As far as the little chests- I completely agree about two separate ones in the room- and I wouldn't use them in the same room and I wouldn't even use them in the bedroom actually ;) I have a couple spots in mind for them- they are absolutely dreamy in person. Soo charming!! xo

  17. Oh my goodness, they do seem to have the whole paint finish/naturally distressed look mastered. I love the little chests too... just amazing. I was looking at this line, and it made me think of Dore's style... and then there she is with some great ideas and suggestions about it all a couple comments up from me.. smile
    I'm so curious about their prices... off to look right now, thanks for sharing!