New Groovystuff Table Line Touts Thai Design

Groovystuff will debut the Khunkhea Table Collection at the Summer Las Vegas Market, July 27 to 31. Ian O’Hare, a Groovystuff featured student designer, developed the furniture group, which draws its name from the Thai words meaning “big mountain.”

Inspiration for the Khunkhea Tables came from the mountain ranges found in Northwestern Thailand, and the products are made from reclaimed salvaged teak, native to Thailand, the company related. The welded and riveted cast iron frame provides the collection with a rustic and sturdy architecture, Groovystuff added.

O’Hare, an undergraduate student at Appalachian State University majoring in industrial design, is a High Point, NC, native and grew up in a town that is the home of the other major furniture market, Groovystuff noted.


Share.

Comments are closed.