In a world where styles come and go, the Lagrange hutch is a rare jewel.
The brainchild of Clayton Lambright, Verlin’s father, this piece has been a favorite and a top seller since its creation. Traditional, yet timeless, folks simply love it.
Every bit of the Lagrange is hardwood and harks back to the farmhouse era of the ‘50s. The straight lines and swooping curves have kept this piece in style longer than many others.
With distinctive solid, raised-panel doors, the stately Lagrange is elegantly traditional. Curves on the doors and edges correlate with the Joni feet giving the piece a unified grandeur.
There are so many ways to design your Lagrange! Replacing the traditional wooden back with a mirror will transform any dining area with an air of sweeping spaciousness. For a more minimalistic look, the curves can be straightened to fit into a more modern living space. With multiple finishes to choose from, the option of an open or closed deck, and many other details to customize, flexibility makes this piece a winner for almost any demographic.
If your customer has fewer items to store, they may opt for the smaller two door hutch. Want additional cupboard space? Go larger with a four door hutch. Or make use of an empty corner with the Lagrange corner hutch.
As the years pass by, this impressive, attractive design is still going strong. Though especially popular in the Midwest, this traditional farmhouse style fits in about anywhere. It’s a solid performer in a market where many designs have come and gone.
Bring out the Lagrange, and bring out the smiles