Century Furniture Marries Technology and Style for Customization

Photo courtesy Century Furniture

In the world of interior design, one-of-a-kind is the pinnacle of great style.

And thanks to Century Furniture’s new “visualizer,” customers can create their own pieces to fit right into their home.

Robb & Stucky hosted its fifth and final grand opening speaker series event with the community, this time inviting the North Carolina-based Century Furniture to speak with design lovers about the endless customization possibilities available to them.

Based in the city of Hickory—home to 900 employees and three factories—two representatives from the third-generation, family-owned business came to Boca Raton to share the groundbreaking Century Custom Visualizer in its Details collection, which allows customers to create their own pieces.

On the site, one can play designer and go through a number of styles of hardware, finishes, panels, and bases to find the perfect matching chest, nightstand, dresser, credenza or cabinet for their home. Whether you’re looking for unique textures, vintage accents, or a simple modern shape, the visualizer allows you to create it and see the final product before hitting “buy.”

At Robb & Stucky, samples of the furniture are there to further help customers imagine their future pieces of design. With natural finishes—think white, taupe, gray and just a few dark woods—the pieces will incorporate perfectly into Florida coastal design. And the best part? Since everything is made in the United States, there’s no never-ending wait time for it to arrive at your front door.

“We believe in made in the USA,” said Guy Holbrook, vice president of sales at Century Furniture. “And we actually do it at a pretty good price.”

Since Robb & Stucky opened five months ago, it has hosted a design event each month with different companies and designers, including Thom Filicia in January.

 

Room photo above courtesy Century Furniture. Event photos by Shayna Batya.

This post is sponsored by Robb & Stucky.