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Flitch Furniture Expands Retail Presence Online

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Raleigh based Flitch Furniture announced that it has introduced their honest, easy-to-assemble furniture to the e-commerce world. After rave reviews from showing their furniture at a local pop-up, Flitch opened their online boutique in late February. The online boutique makes the shopping process easier than ever for fans of their plant stands, stools, and modular units. Light, durable and a breeze to assemble, their pieces are fit for the modern nomad and settler alike.

Comprised of a small family of designers and makers living in Raleigh, NC, Flitch shares a common goal of creating products that make life more efficient, more enjoyable and more purposeful. Flitch is simply designed and assembled. This furniture company utilizes minimalism to open the door to inspiration and creativity, in your home, office, or retail space. Flitch designs feature minimal parts and tool-free assembly, allowing customers to have a positive experience with the furniture from the start.

 “We are so excited to expand the reach and values of Flitch and improve the connections between people and their spaces by contributing to a better living space,” says Charlotte Myers, Operations Manager.  For those interested in obtaining one of these modern minimalistic pieces for their home, visit FlitchFurniture.com to choose your perfect piece.


About Flitch Furniture: Flitch Furniture is a Raleigh, NC family of designers and makers who all share the common goal of creating products that make life more efficient, enjoyable and purposeful. All Flitch products are made with high quality, FSC certified multi-core plywood supplied by Columbia Forest Products in Old Fort, NC. Construction, assembly, finishing, and shipping are facilitated in their Raleigh, NC warehouse. For more information, visit FlitchFurniture.com.

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