Haskell Collection releases first accessory pieces
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, January 22, 2013
COSTA MESA, Calif. - Haskell, a home décor design firm with an emphasis on sustainability and outdoor products, announced today that it has released its first accessories as part of an ongoing plan to bring new and diverse pieces to its line.
Included in the release are the new Flick tubes and Serf trays. The handmade Flick tubes accommodate small candles and can be positioned, via their steel stake base, anywhere as a contemporary spin on the traditional tea light. The tube body is repurposed steel construction conduit finished in a white powder coat gloss.
The Serf tray consists of entirely recycled aluminum, laser cut and formed, with offset oval handles and a blue powder coating. Its reversible design allows it to act as a social serving tray for parties or a lap riser for couch or bed. Both pieces, along with Haskell's entire collection and ‘Found' goods, can be purchased on the company's new website.
The domestically-built collection is scheduled to grow further in the coming weeks, according to a company press release. Along with end users the company focuses on commercial clientele, including architectural and development firms with a focus on hospitality, residential and eco-sensitive projects.
Haskell has been able to deliver product to customers within 12-20 business days after order date and stocks certain higher velocity items to meet demand, the release states.
Founded in 2010, Haskell provides modern, eco-conscious outdoor furnishing products to a variety of market targets.