Groovystuff Expands High Point Showroom
Furniture World Magazine
Chris Bruning, President of Groovystuff, the manufacturer known for unique home furnishings for both inside and outside the home, announced that Groovystuff has expanded its showroom at the Suites at Market Square from 1200 ft/sq to over 1950 ft/sq. "This new expansion will allow Groovystuff to properly display two of the newest collections; The Kodiak and Back to the Roots collections along with the ever expanding Prairie Collection."said Bruning.
In addition to their regular line that includes reclaimed antique teak wood wagon wheel products refashioned into case good home furnishings, Groovystuff will bring a whole new collection of Chairs, Coffee table, Console Tables, and Bar sets from their newest Back to the Roots, and Kodiak collections to the April High Point Show. "We are really excited about these new introductions. They will allow our retail customers to compliment the ever expanding look from Groovystuff with both contemporary and organic furnishings," added Bruning.
For those looking for the secret to the exquisite beauty of our re-claimed teakwood furniture, the answer is simple. All it takes is the time and touch of Mother Nature.
Farm implements, yokes, plows, sugarcane grinders, and wagons from a bygone era provide the framework for the interpretations you see in our furniture today. For many years, this wood was not available to the public. Only recently has this vintage prized wood come to the marketplace. Soon demand will exceed supply, and the vintage collection you see in its purity today will be reduced to accents of varying degree.
Each piece you see is designed for today’s lifestyle from yesterday’s antiquities. The rich colors and tight grains of this ancient teakwood combine to form the unique character and patina of this collection. Suited for both indoor and outdoor use, this furniture provides the atmosphere and character you need to create a rugged earthy look.
Any piece chosen will become a collectible to treasure for generations. If kept outdoors, your collectible will turn silver gray as only mature teakwood does. These hints of gray add identity to each piece, but can be easily re-nourished with a fresh coat of Briwax once a season or to your taste.
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