Ingenuity. Style. Quality. Magnussen Home Furnishings Since 1931

Humble Abode —  June 19, 2013 — 1 Comment
Magnussen Nova Collection

Magnussen Nova Collection

In 1931, the Magnussen family started a furniture business in Canada, a risky venture during the Great Depression. Through 80 years of growth and success, Magnussen Home’s commitment to quality and design has never wavered. Magnussen designs all their furniture in-house, never copying anyone and always staying on top of the latest trends in the home furnishings industry.

Magnussen’s style is considered transitional, most notably in how they  add thoughtful engineering and subtle contemporary elements to a traditional design. Magnussen Home embraces the idea that timeless classic furniture can include modern features like touch lighting, quality drawer glides, and extra storage.

Using hardwoods like cherry and mahogany, tried-and-true cabinetry techniques, and rich wood finishes are Magnussen traditions. Intricately carved wood and ironwork finish the look of a piece of furniture, and sets the tone of your home.

Magnussen’s designs allow the quality and rich heritage of classic furniture to meet the needs of today’s lifestyles.

See the Nova Bedroom Collection and other fine furniture by Magnussen Home at humbleabode.com.Magnussen Home Logo

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One response to Ingenuity. Style. Quality. Magnussen Home Furnishings Since 1931

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    Mary Lee Garrett July 27, 2013 at 8:43 am

    I love the style of your furniture it is unique but still has that traditional look to. I will be looking more and more at you furniture as I design bedrooms in my blog.

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