Made in the USA: Decades Furniture

Made in the USA: Decades Furniture

Adrienne Breaux
Aug 1, 2012

You might remember Roger and Chris from their stunning Austin home that was a mix of modern and farmhouse, with a ton of DIY ideas. Or you might remember Roger from his role as TV host of popular A&E shows "Sell This House" and "Move This House." However you remember, you certainly won't forget them after checking out their new furniture line, Decades.

After getting married in August 2011 and Roger stepping down from television to pursue bigger challenges, Chris and Roger felt like starting a furniture line would not only be a great way to showcase their talents — they both run a successful design firm with clients all over the country — they also thought it would be fun!

And seeing their first line of made-in-the-U.S. furniture, it definitely looks like they've had a blast. Partnering with U.S. manufacturers who have been building furniture for generations, the pieces definitely sport a traditional look, but Chris and Roger's eclectic style infuses the line with modernity, too. And because they're electing to do a lot of the business stuff themselves as well as sell directly through their own website, they've been able to keep prices very reasonable. These well-made, very detailed sofas, chairs and ottomans range from $349 to $1799.

Made when you order, these pieces are only available to U.S. residents right now, but they're hoping to expand that soon. They also plan on adding accessories and artwork. More on the Decades website. And more information about the Hazards can be found on Design Hazards.

And if you're still not sure or have questions about a piece, Chris and Roger offer complimentary design help through the Decades website. Why the free help? Their motto says it all; they want you to love their furniture as much as they love making it.

What do you think about these furniture pieces?

(Images: Provided by Decades)

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