Inspiring Interior Design

Inspiring Interior Design with an Industrial Edge

Thomasville Reinventions Premiers at Da Vinci Showroom


Downtown warehouse. Urban loft. Suburban living with a flair for the weathered and

distressed. If you love modern-day comfort and functionality with historical roots, you’ll

love Reinventions from Thomasville.


Da Vinci American Collection presents the latest collection from Thomasville; the Reinventions. The Thomasville Furniture company roots date back to 1904 in Thomasville, North Carolina and has been the leading brand of American furniture for over a century.

American Classic Furniture history


The American Classic style furniture began when the Englishmen settled in the States around the 17th century. The difference between European classic and American classic furniture pieces are the richness of the ornaments. American classic styles tend to be less ornamental in comparison to the European classic style, where tulip heads, leaves, sunflower motifs dominate in its furniture.

The furniture trend in the US had shifted in 1675, American furniture craftsmen began to escape from their English roots. Although they were European influenced especially late Mannerist, and early Baroque, and also Oriental style, they continued their creativity by making taller, lighter and elegant design for altering the traditional heavy oak furniture; changes in the construction method, which gave more freedom of design. Thus, they were specialized in making day-beds, dressing-tables, easy chairs, spice chests and high chest-of-drawers (highboy).

American Classic furniture are reproductions or replica collections proudly handcrafted using the same techniques developed by the forefather’s a century ago. The wood construction, the deep carved details and the hand-wedging of each furnitures represents of the past, when 18th Century craftsmen built this beautiful furniture one at a time. Occasional pieces are also built per customer request using traditional methods.

Industrial Revolution furniture has its own sense of charm and purpose. Its design ranges from the grand to the mundane. In fact, the Industrial Revolution was the first time that furniture was mass-produced so that the majority of the population could receive cheap, standardized furniture. However, quality standards were lower than they are today for much of this new furniture.

The conditions of the Industrial Revolution were ideal for the furniture industry to take off. The middle class first emerged with the purchasing power to drive the growth of the industry. Secondly, refined materials such as lumber, rubber and glass were created in mass quantities that could be supplied to factories with large production schedules.

These furniture styles are an investment that will stand the test of time; this style is synonymous with design itself. It is heirloom quality and with proper care will be passed on to generations to come.

Thomasville Presents the new Collection : Reinventions

Reinventions is a throughly modern collection that owes its heritage to the industrial age, it blends sturdy mixed-media materials and unique visual appeal into unique, eclectic furnishings for the entire home.

Inspired by early-1900s industrial revolution, designs borrowed and re-purposed from the factory floor and farm are set against weathered wood with straightforward shaping. Multi-tasking and convertible pieces reflect the resourceful American spirit of the time and can change along with needs, tastes, and imagination. A weathered finish brings out the pronounced grain of Elm veneers with aged accent finishes on cast iron, metal, and wood companion pieces.

Reinvention furnishings add a collected, rustic flair to cottage, cabin, lodge, vintage — and even modern—settings.

Thomasville collection is available exclusively at Da Vinci Tower, Sudirman and Casa Dei Mobili, Fatmawati, Jakarta.