ADVANCE, NC (Oct. 16, 2019) — Beaufurn, the manufacturer of fashion-forward, functional designs announced today that it will be exhibiting for the first time at the High Point Market.
In addition to our new permanent showroom at The Mart in Chicago, and exhibiting at the HD Expo and BDNY, we felt the Hospitality at Market event, Oct. 20 and 21st, at High Point would allow us to display the unique design style we’re known for to the huge segment of the industry who faithfully make the annual pilgrimage to High Point, which is the mainstay of America’s furniture manufacturers and lures an international clientele.
Beaufurn’s showroom, located at Suites at Market Square – T-475, Top Floor, will be populated by the newest introductions including the Perla, Adeline and Uptown chairs; Star, Nadia and Haley barstools, and the Elyse high back booth, as well as recently launched collections, such as Allure and Queue, that have proven extremely popular for a variety of applications and environments.
For the past two decades, Beaufurn has been manufacturing furniture that speaks to hospitality designers in terms of scale, contemporary aesthetics, quality construction and attention to detail.
Beaufurn’s CEO Thomas Bongaerts said, “They say that manufacturing is leaving North Carolina. But our production facility, filled with skilled craftsmen, is located a mere 35 miles from High Point. The spirit of furniture making lives here and we’re here to stay. Our commitment to the industry and our dedication to create inspiring designs continues to grow.”
Beaufurn designs and manufacturers professional grade, contemporary and transitional furnishings for the hospitality, contract, and entertainment markets. Since 1998, restaurants, hotels and commercial institutions around the world have trusted Beaufurn to create innovative environments that bring aesthetic, functional and durable value to the spaces they occupy. Based in Advance, NC, the company’s client list includes The Cheesecake Factory, MGM, Nordstrom, Carrabba’s and Marriott. To learn more, visit www.Beaufurn.com.
SOURCE: Beaufurn Exhibits at High Point