Countdown to Launch!

 It's hard to believe but it's almost time to celebrate all of the hard work over the last several months.  On next week we officially launch the Belle by Cheryl Luckett collection for Sylvester Alexander Furniture.  I have been so busy and focused on getting it all done that I haven't really had the chance to let the fact that I have a furniture line sink in.  It's pretty amazing when you think about it and I'm so incredibly grateful for the opportunity.


We're kicking High Point Market (To the Trade only) off with a fun Pre-Launch Party on Friday, October 12th.  I can't wait to have so many of my friends and colleagues in one place to celebrate this huge milestone.  


Earlier this week, we delivered the pieces to the showroom and I couldn't be happier with how they all turned out.  Here's a peek at what's to come. 





It  was at Tennessee State University (Nashville, TN) “by the Cumberland’s fertile shore” that I fell in love with design. As an upperclassman I was awarded the Best Decorated Dorm Room and quickly became aware of my appreciation and desire to dwell in and create beautiful spaces. The Cumberland settee features a classic wingback design with simple lines that maximize comfort without compromising style.









Magnolia, named in honor of my home state Mississippi, provides a southern  take on the classic banquette. It’s headboard- inspired seat back boasts a striking curved detail, bordered frame and button tufts. This elegant piece is finished off with a pleated skirt indicative of the formality and grandeur of the Southern home.









Design is not only my passion, it’s also my purpose. My faith continues to be a driver in my professional life. The Park table references the name of my Charlotte-based church and features a classic and simplistic Parsons Table design.  This stylish, fully-upholstered piece can easily serve as a entry table, sofa table, media stand or desk, making it a multi- functional must-have!






This French-inspired settee is the epitome of refined comfort. With a name that points to my membership in the oldest black female Greek letter organization, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Ivy settee boast an air of refinement and sophistication commonly associated with the sorority’s members.



My family has greatly influenced my design aesthetic.  Growing up, my maternal grandparents worked very hard and took great pride in the home they created. Sunday afternoons were spent gathered around their dining table for post-worship feasts. The Anderson banquette not only bears their last name but features strong lines inspired by the strength and character they possessed.

I'll be sharing a little more about each one in the future but for now, you can get a sense of what the finished pieces look like.  Be sure to stay tuned to social media for updates during High Point Market.  Trust me, you don't want to miss this!!  Until then..


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Yolanda said... Reply To This Comment

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Everything turned out so beautiful. Wishing you all the best and many blessings as you embark on this new endeavor.

Cheryl Luckett said... Reply To This Comment

@Yolanda Thanks so very much Yolanda!!

Kristi Anderson said... Reply To This Comment

I am so excited

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