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A.R.T. Furniture

Clifton's Furniture in Durant, OK is an authorized dealer of A.R.T. Furniture Products. A.R.T. Furniture proves their commitment to quality with every piece of furniture they offer. Extra steps are taken throughout the manufacturing process to ensure quality, beauty and durability. Sophisticated wire management and ventilation solutions are engineered into every A.R.T. piece with media function to aid in ease of set up and to ensure the longest possible life for electronic components.

Collections developed before 2012 feature wood on wood guides which have been the standard of quality for generations of furniture craftsmen. Modern consumers demand the ease of use and convenience of full-extension drawer guides. In 2012, A.R.T. transitioned to full extension guides to meet this demand. All collections from 2012 forward offer this feature.

So if you are looking for A.R.T. Furniture products in Durant, Denison, Madill, Calera, Kingston, Colbert, Caddo, Cartwright, Coleman and Sherman, or if you have any questions about A.R.T. Furniture products, please feel free to call us at 580-916-9009 or simply stop by Clifton's Furniture at any time and we would be glad to help you.

Arch Salvage

It's all in the details. It's an artfully placed row of hammered nail heads or the sparkle of a faceted glass drawer pull. It's a footboard with cedar-lined storage for bed linens or the carved corbels on a dresser, inspired by the embellishments of a neoclassical marble mantelpiece. The Arch. Salvage Collection from A.R.T. marries the timeless beauty of traditional European architectural detailing with thoughtful functionality for today's living.

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Architrave

Step across the threshold of a new design frontier with the Architrave collection. Based on an architectural term that refers to a frame surrounding a doorway, this collection symbolizes a transition from history to the future. Architrave is historically inspired, reinventing the strong lines and classic symmetry of Neoclassical style from the Louis XVI period in France. This trendsetting 18th-century style is perfectly reimagined as a new "casual classic," dressed down in materials to evoke a more softened and livable feeling to suit modern taste. Pine solids and veneers are wire brushed and hand glazed in an almond tone with softened corners and worn details, finished with the delicate patina of oil rubbed bronze hardware. The final result is a vintage look and feel with a casual, softened aesthetic that goes with multitudes of décor options. Historical form meets contemporary function in this elegant collection.

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Old World

The traditional design of Old World is inspired primarily by classic European styles of antiquity. Clearly influenced by the later Renaissance period, which featured enrichment of ornament and outline, Old World reflects the elaborate details of the French and English translation of this significant architectural movement. As Roman design standards like columns and pilasters were applied to furniture, a full complement of bases, cornices and pediments emerged, transforming cabinets, dressers and other case pieces into scaled-down architectural compositions.

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