Best known for its excellent manufacturing plants and its exceptional quality case goods, American Drew furniture became an industry leader in bedroom, dining room and occasional furniture in the 1970s and 1980s. This manufacturing expertise is one of the reasons why American Drew consistently produces furniture that is on the cutting edge of consumer tastes and preference and is a leader in presenting fresh collections. Among them, the Jessica McClintock collection (which was inspired by furnishings from the fashion designer’s Queen Anne home near San Francisco bay) shows off a Victorian style but with a transitional twist.
Also of note are media-friendly case goods which are now part of American Drew’s bedroom suites. Bedroom chests, dressers and consoles are designed to hold larger flat screen TVs, some with flip down drawers to hold DVD players and other media components. The company has integrated these pieces into their bedroom collections to respond to developing consumer trends.
The Ashby Park collection is another example of American Drew’s mission to stay on top of consumer preferences. This collection, with its eclectic array of colors, materials and simple styling, gives this group the versatility to coordinate into many different settings.