Three Coins' Windsor Settee wins national recognition

Selected among This Old House magazine's Best New Home Products of 2013

NEWNAN, Ga. - Three Coins Cast's Windsor Settee was named one of the Best New Home Products for 2013 by "This Old House" magazine.
The publication's annual list of "favorite gifts and product picks" spotlights the "most innovative, useful and reader relevant items for the home," according to This Old House's website.
Three Coins owner Susanna Powell was particularly thrilled by the recognition, as she had a hand in designing the Windsor Settee. "The Windsors are unique to us, and people seem to absolutely love them," Powell said. "Getting the attention of a nationwide magazine just confirms their appeal." Since the January debut of the Windsor Settee, 30 new retail customers have picked up the Three Coins Cast Windsor Collection for their stores.
The timing of This Old House's Top 100 announcement is ideal for Three Coins Cast, as the company is poised on the brink of celebrating its 25th anniversary. "Mom and Pop started this company, and I am so thrilled to have a really fresh product as we ring in our 25th year," Powell said. "Our motto is ‘The Unexpected in Cast Aluminum,' and the Windsor Collection's success proves that the public loves a little twist."

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