McConnellsville, NY – April 22, 2017 – Harden introduces an eclectic mix of product to enhance the designs that are currently performing well. Case goods will benefit from targeted introductions to Mount Vernon Farm which was launched October 2016. Not too rustic – not too casual – and certainly not traditional. The #804 buffet is a perfect example! Check out the new designs for Cabinetmakers Cherry and NuClassic featuring the #819 server that showcases one of the new finishes (Shimmer) available for metal. The sleek design and use of mixed materials makes this piece the perfect complement to the #1422 dining table debuted last market. In addition, there is a wide assortment of dining chairs to choose from, all with a more modern flair.
Harden expands its Artisan and Next Generations Upholstery offering with approximately 20 new frames with a definite transitional, “clean” theme. Featured for the Artisan collection is a new curvaceous sectional (#8801 series) that is standard with ultimate spring down cushioning for superior seating. Particular attention has been paid to tailoring and cushioning to assure a product that looks as great as it sits. Designs include nail head trim and more exposed wood frames presenting the opportunity to tell the Harden finish story. Fabrics and leathers are consistent with recent market trends – plains/neutrals mixed with color/pattern as accents. Solid body cloths will be featured predominantly on sofas with options for luxurious, dramatic scaled accent fabrics. For those who are looking for performance fabrics, Harden will offer a broad program from Crypton expanding the options in that category.
These pieces along with many more are on display at the company’s 200 Steele Street Showroom, Suite 133 at the High Point Market April 21-26.
Founded in 1844, Harden is the furniture industry’s largest privately held manufacturer of high-quality solid hardwood furniture and is in its fifth generation of continuous family ownership and management. Harden is certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), earning a reputation for responsible environmental stewardship. Fine detailing, craftsmanship, custom capability and durability are just some of the many qualities that are important to the company and have been for over 170 years.
SOURCE: Harden Furniture