By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Other | Issue: December 2009
Sunshine Furniture’s Design Gallery manager Randall Plumlee welcomes you to discover the possibilities of custom-built furniture from Century.
Sunshine Furniture presents the grand opening of its new Design Gallery, featuring Century fine furniture. This new high-end gallery is intended for those who define luxury by their own terms, with furniture custom built to their exact specifications.
For more than 60 years Century has been recognized by many as the “best of the best.” Examples of their pieces can be found in the White House and the Smithsonian Institute.
Design Gallery manager Randall Plumlee says he is honored to offer Century furniture to Sunshine customers. “These are sophisticated people who know what they want. They are very design savvy, and they have an eye for quality. Century and Sunshine Furniture can give it all to them,” he says.
Every piece of Century furniture is made to order and developed from the frame up. Say, for example, you see a dining room chair you like, but you’d prefer an extra inch in width and a taller back – not a problem. Your furniture will be custom built in America by Century craftsmen who take pride in every detail of their work.
With sofas, you choose the frames, depth options, arm styles and skirts. With dining room tables, you choose the table type, the top and base, the finish, the chairs or barstools, and the fabric and finish for your seating choice. These are just the beginning of the possibilities available to you with Century furnishings for your living room, dining room, bedroom, leisure space, outdoor living room, office and entertainment room.
This premier furniture manufacturer offers 65 finishes on solid hardwood frames, 1,500 upholstery fabrics with coordinating fringes and tassels, and 150 leathers. You pick what you want – the size, the fabrics and finishes, even down to the exact nail heads you want.
Century compares its ability to customize whatever you want to an artist commissioned to create a fine work of art. You express your style and personality every inch of the way in a furniture masterpiece.
But it doesn’t stop there. When your special order arrives, Sunshine Furniture will get it to you using exceptional “White Glove” delivery service. Furniture care men will handle your blanket-wrapped pieces with white gloves. They will come into your designated room wearing protective booties over their shoes, so nothing is tracked on your floors. They’ll wipe all hard surfaces and dispose of all packing materials. Your new furniture is handled with a soft touch from start to finish.
A complimentary design service is also available if you need help planning your furnishings. A designer will come to your home to take measurements or make fabric, color or style suggestions. There is no extra charge. A new interior design program is open to all area designers. Visit the Design Gallery to register.
If you have an outdoor living area, 12 Century outdoor living collections will be arriving in the spring. They can also be special ordered now.
The Design Gallery provides the largest number of Century pieces in the Tulsa area, all set up in lifestyle living groups. Selections include the prestigious Essex and Cornerstone lines of upholstered and leather furnishings. The new Design Gallery Showroom also includes lines such as Hekman, AICO, and prestigious accessory lines. Whether you're looking for a single item or an entire home full of furniture, Sunshine will help transform your house into a unique home.
Other specialty product lines will be arriving soon. If you have any questions, Randall will be happy to take your call directly at (918) 852-3297. Sunshine Furniture is located at 7178 S. Memorial Dr. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.