Veneman to move into larger High Point showroom
March 17, 2008,
“We are always excited when one of our tenants experiences such growth in their business that they require additional showroom space,” said Tom Mitchell, senior vice president of Merchandise Mart Properties, Inc. “We have watched Veneman evolve into a leading trend-setter in outdoor furniture design and are thrilled with their commitment to High Point Market.”
Veneman’s new product introductions at the Spring High Point Market reflect the growth in the amount of time people are spending outdoors. Its trademark products - ultra-comfortable pool beds and outdoor chaise lounges - will be complemented by sleek new shapes, modular features and a variety of finishes. Included are Veneman’s Cyrk Collection, classic lounge and dining chairs created by Stephane Dupoux, an interior designer known for his distinctive, exotic style and bringing the natural world into his designs. The Cyrk was designed to accommodate urban lifestyles, ideal for condos and town homes. Veneman’s introduction of the Low Sand Chaise also suits today’s transitional lifestyles with its unusual, sleek curves and modular design. Veneman will introduce its Pearl Lounge outdoor day bed, which makes a statement with its oval, jellybean shape and ultra-comfortable deep seating.
Veneman’s new woven freestanding 12-foot wide commercial-grade quality umbrella customizes traditional casual dining and seating. Providing shade and protection in harsh weather, it is ideal for an outdoor home office scenario. The umbrella comes in 12 shades of eco-friendly fabric and complements Veneman’s classically comfortable pieces. Veneman is also introducing bold new finish colors such as Twilight Twinkle (lavender), aqua and citrus.
For more information about Veneman Furniture, call 714- 891-7046 or visit www.venemangroup.com.
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