The Hevea Grove Collection Of Natural Latex Mattresses To Make High Point Debut
Furniture World Magazine
Atlanta based de Courcy & Company announced that it will show a new mattress collection in the Platinum Building, situated at 330 S. Wrenn Street, just a few steps away from the Green Street entrance to IHFC.
The Platinum Building is the new home of Platinum Décor, a stylish American Modern Home Furnishings and Accessories company, owned by Mickal Adler.
“This is a great opportunity for our two young, innovative companies to join forces and display our products in the same space.” says Marc de Courcy, Owner and CEO of de Courcy & Company.
With the Hevea Grove® Collection, de Courcy & Company has developed a simple yet unique line of mattresses. “We use beautiful natural materials, such as latex and soy-based foam and natural fabrics, such as cotton, Belgian linen, silk, and bamboo. We combine our European roots and latex expertise with American comfort. The result is an attractive, well-tailored product, exuding personality and warm sophistication,” says de Courcy.
Marc de Courcy and Mickal Adler will host several fun and relaxing events during the show, ranging from New Orleans Jazz Soirees to Belgian Beer and Cheese parties on Sunday and Monday evening (April 3rd & 4th) from 5 to 7 pm.
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