Free Shipping Every Day
The price you see is the price you get. Free shipping is available on all upholstered furniture and slipcovers. No complex formulas. No minimum purchase. Our simple, everyday pricing is shipping inclusive.
No Sales Tax
There is no sales tax collected on orders outside of North Carolina. Free shipping and zero sales tax can add up to huge savings!
Made in our NC Factory
Carrington Court has been making hand-made, high quality furniture in our NC factory for over 30 years. Each piece is made by skilled craftspeople, who take pride in being part of an industry that has been a North Carolina staple for 125 years.
Free Fabric & Finish Samples
To ensure that you're getting the exact color and texture you want, we offer free fabric, finish, and nail samples. And don't worry, ordering samples won't hold you up. All samples are shipped the next business day.
Nailhead trim is a beautiful addition to many furniture styles. It is a laborious task--each nail is applied by hand and it takes a true artisan to get everything just right. While many of our styles have nails, they can be added to just about anything we make. We encourage our customers to make custom creations, so this nailhead guide is more of a resource to get your creative juices flowing. If you want to add nails to a style that doesn't already have them or create a new pattern, feel free to call or email one of our Design Consultants for a quote.
Nails are perfect at enhancing contours or emphasizing certain features of a design. Below are several examples that illustrate this concept.
A skilled upholsterer can create amazing patterns with nails. Just about any arrangement can be put together, so don't feel like you're limited to the patterns below. They are just a starting point to get you thinking about all the possibilities.
Customized designs can be simple or complex. Below is an intricate pattern with several different types of nails. This type of design takes careful planning and a lot of time. Next to it is a monogram done with nails instead of the traditional method of sewing. Both customers created something unique, which are unlikely to be found anywhere else.
Nails can be placed on just about any part of a chair. The following images should give you some ideas where nails are traditionally placed. Do you want to do something different? Just give us a call and we will be happy to consider your ideas.
Your chairs are the best quality and best value compared to the many I looked at, whether less or more expensive.
Suzanne - Carlsbad, CA
I looked for months in catalogs, furniture stores and on the web. I even ordered a few, only to send them back - none compared to yours.
Carol - Titusville, FL