08 Jun “Everything Old…is New Again!”
Just imagine…the woods of old barns, barrels, railroad ties, and historic old churches… beautifully aged through the exposure of hundreds of years of wind, rain, and snow! Such are the reclaimed woods that inspired John Allgeier to create his new line of unique furnishings, including live-edge tables, mantles, beams, flooring, barn doors and more. These naturally elegant pieces are now finding their way into distinguished homes and offices across the country, and will be exclusively featured in a new showroom called SOUTHERN VINTAGE.
Southern Vintage…where rustic meets refined, will be nationally and officially launched on June 18, 2016 in Louisville, KY.
John Allgeier is a native of Louisville, Kentucky and owner of Flooring & Granite Designs. The woodworking business has been in John’s family since the early 1900’s. Founded by his great grandfather, three generations later, the business and legacy has found its way into John’s hands. John can trace the origins of his passion for woodworking back to his childhood, where he sat in his grandfather’s basement and watched, as the elder Allgeier would tool about creating furniture for family members. After college, John’s love for woodworking took him into the flooring industry where he perfected the sanded-finish process that is the most sought-after flooring today.
His story is one of an artisan and businessman, but John would be quick to say his greatest pride is in his wife and five children. John & Jessica Allgeier are a classic example of a rustic meets refined love story. The Allgeiers live in Louisville, Kentucky on their family farm and are an active and generous part of their community and church. They feel strongly about “giving back” for the many blessings their family has received over the years.
Tradition, family, collaboration, and inspiration are all key aspects of the Allgeier’s all-American lifestyle and business ventures. With passion, they continue to protect Southern Vintage and its legacy for future Allgeier generations.