Cresent Classics Collections

The Cresent Classics collections combine the best of what the Cresent name has represented for over 60 years—solid hardwood construction, heirloom-quality joinery, and beautiful designs—with modern conveniences that make your life more enjoyable, such as Blum® whisper-close drawer slides, power outlets in nightstands, and dressers designed to house media components.

With bedroom and media pieces offered in five lifestyle designs—American Classics, Casual Living, Modern Shaker, Modern Traditional and Retreat Cherry—the Cresent Classics collections are truly the best of yesterday and today in furniture design.
 
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American Classics
Classic American design elements combined with the natural beauty of solid Appalachian Black Cherry create a look that is based in tradition but reflects the clean style of today.  This is a retired collection.  Click on the image or the link above to view remaining items.

Casual Living 
British and American Country design cues pair with solid Appalachian Maple and a warm, distressed Chestnut finish to give a relaxed and casual look to any setting.

Modern Shaker
We take the clean design elements of the Shaker movement and pair them with modern style and scale to bring Shaker styling into the 21st Century; while the natural oiled Cherry finish highlights the distinctive grain of solid American Black Cherry.
Modern Traditional 
Neo-classical design elements such as reeded posts and pilasters and hand-woven caning are brought up to date with a deep Chocolate finish on solid Appalachian maple and custom-designed antiqued silver knobs. 
This is a retired collection.  Click on the image or the link above to view remaining items.
Newport is a transitional, upscale, solid-wood bedroom featuring solid Appalachian Maple in a lightly antiqued Espresso finish.  Drawers are set with custom French bull’s eye knobs with a glossy black nickel finish and feature Blum whisper-close drawer slides.
Provence is a fresh take on Louis Philippe styling in rustic, knotty solid Appalachian Cherry with an antiqued tobacco finish and custom pewter hardware.  We’ve taken a classic style and updated it for today’s consumer in a 15 piece collection including six bed choices.

Retreat Cherry
 A beautiful clear cherry finish to show off the cathedral grain of hand-selected solid Appalachian Cherry.  Each case is fitted with custom knobs in a tumbled pewter finish.

Craftsman Cherry
Sustainably Forested Solid Appalachian cherry - updated craftsman styling – custom bar pulls in a champagne finish – Whisper Close Drawers – Media Friendly Cases

 

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mary knowlton
I have a cherry canon ball headboard which I purchased in 1974. I would like to get side rails and a footboard for this bed. Please advise.
11/15/2014 6:56:23 PM

B J
I am searching for a Queen Anne silverware chest. Can't find any Queen Anne in your collections.
9/14/2014 8:00:42 PM

Hallam
Dining room set?
6/15/2014 5:44:51 AM

francesca
Purchased some queen ann in 70's and 80's...where may i view this style ........do you still have this available?
2/22/2014 8:19:25 AM

vergie whitehead
i am looking for queen ann style furniture.
2/1/2014 11:54:17 PM

LILLY
Furnitue of quality. Thank you
Lilly
11/12/2013 1:23:07 PM

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Laverne Martin
We have several pieces of the Queen Ann,Caberiole leg Cherry finish furniture that was purchased many years ago. Today I was touring a Decorator's Show house and they used two silver chests
(that looked like Cresent) in the dining room. Is this line still available or would a
silver chest still be available? We have enjoyed your furniture for many years.
5/1/2013 4:11:14 PM

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J Whitney
Thanks very much for the prompt and informative reply. I'm very impressed with the quality and integrity of your furniture and corporate philosophy.
3/13/2012 3:30:45 PM

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