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PEACOCK DECOR ~ HALL C 151 July 16, 2013

Posted by comeintomygarden in Custom Made Furnishings, Home Decor, Industrial.
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Peacock Decor, a 38 year old family business located in Arab, AL, offers a line of all natural wooden furniture, appealing for lodge living, industrial chic, rustic Americana and more.
A complete, one-stop shop, owner Jerry Williamson and crew, cut the wood primarily from standing dead timber, rescued from local burn piles and city dumps after lighting strikes and tornados.
From there, they create designs, many suggested by the wood itself, into incredible, strong, coffee, end, sofa, side and bistro tables, stools, benches, dining sets and more. Styles include rustic, contemporary rustic, urban, industrial chic, or all natural. They try not to blur the lines, but find that mixing two styles can create a very appealing piece such as a wooden top and metal base. Most pieces have a natural “live” edge.
Jerry and his wife of 50 years, Lindia, run the business with their three adult children, but spend as much time as possible with their 8 grandchildren!
See photos of the furniture and how it’s made below.
Email: jerry@peacockdecor.com

Website: http://www.peacockdecor.comPDF215PDF211PDF205PDF203PDF202PDF201PDF200

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1. Susie Williamson - July 17, 2013

Check out peacockdecorlodgeliving.com ( must type in browser) for more Live Edge furniture created by Jerry Williamson and crew!!!


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