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‘Heart of the home.’ Couple launches Italian furniture company from Cherokee Triangle home

Greg and Amee Kent sit at their dining table in their Italianate home in Cherokee Triangle.

Greg and Amee Kent sit at their dining table in their Italianate home in Cherokee Triangle.

In 2015, Amee and Greg Kent moved into Louisville’s Cherokee Triangle neighborhood. The couple described their home, built in 1871, as a “unique Italian home,” which was fitting given the Kent family’s Italian heritage.

While the home boasted its Italian legacy on the outside, the interior had been renovated with an updated open kitchen and dining area. In an effort to maintain the home’s unique history, the Kents set out to design a dining room set that would bring the house together.

“We wanted

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