The ultimate experience in luxury bedding, the Montecito Collection strikes a harmony between materials, textures, and colors that dress up bedrooms and create an enchanting ambience ideal for the senses. Couture fabrics and trims transform into custom configurations while distinctive details such as jeweled buttons, embroidery, and hand-painted motifs add just the right touch to create a one-of-a-kind ensemble.
Customize your bedroom to fit your own sense of style with the Marge Carson Palo Alto bedroom collection. Featuring a wide variety of bed design styles, from contemporary, to shelter-back, to fully upholstered box-quilted, to traditional with tufted upholstery and nailhead trim, you are bound to find the bed that completes your unique look. Accessorize this perfect bed with our highly customizable selection of nightstands, dressers, and mirrors, available with a variety of hardware, surface, and finish options. See the customization options below.
Custom length (by the inch) sofas with options of three depths are combined with accompanying lounge chairs, ottomans, special wedge shaped sofa along with a versatile sectional that allows you to design your own style. Six arm styles, six base styles, three back pillow configuration and a "T" cushion or straight cushion options make having it your way a simple reality. (For custom applications not found, contact your sales representative for quotation to fit your exact needs.) Learn More
Fashionable lines, dramatic twists, a fusion of diverse exotic materials and warm radiant finish tones all dance in unison in Marge Carson's Tango Collection. Whether in the living room, dining room or bedroom, this collection will bring a room to life and aura of Romance, Elegance & Style.
It was during the reign of King Louis XVI that discoveries at Pompeii and Herculaneum revealed clues about the interiors of the ancient Romans and Greeks, inspiring a new form of French neoclassical furniture. Refined simplicity, subdued elegance and delicate ornamentation were the ideals of the furniture of this period and are the hallmark of Marge Carson's Trianon Court Collection today.