HIGH POINT, North Carolina – October 2012 – As a growing number of consumers pay closer
attention to where and how their products are made, Manchester Wood's sustainable, American made solid wood furniture is in high demand. At this year's 2012 High Point Furniture Market, the company is unveiling several exciting new colors for a number of its most popular solid wood furniture pieces.
Manchester Wood's Chairside Tables have been customer favorites for years and with good reason: these versatile small tables are designed to fit into the narrow spaces next to chairs and provide convenient, stylish storage options. Now these tables are all available in yellow, white, black, red, light blue, and sage green finishes in addition to the original chestnut and golden oak.
Manchester Wood's Mission Underwindow Bookshelf with Adjustable Shelf is now also available in yellow, white, black, red, light blue, and sage green finishes as well as chestnut and golden oak. Designed to provide the most storage in the smallest amount of space, this piece features an adjustable shelf for easily-customized storage.
The company is showing the above pieces along with selected items from the rest of its catalog at the M329A Pavilion in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) Building from October 13 to 18.
Featured on ABC News with Diane Sawyer in 2011 for its continuing commitment to manufacturing in America, Manchester Wood has been designing popular solid wood furniture pieces for some of the leading home furnishing companies, which include L.L. Bean, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, Plow and Hearth, and Lands’ End for over 35 years at their plant in Granville, New York.
SOURCE: Manchester Wood