Oil Drums Render Groovystuff For High Point Market
Wednesday March 13th, 2013 - 12:23PM
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Sustainable home furnishing developer Groovystuff will showcase its newest collection at the Spring High Point Market. The home furnishings market will run April 20 to 25 in High Point, NC.
The company will debut the collection of bar tables, side tables, lighting, wall art, mirrors and home décor items from the Chris Bruning Signature Series of Designer Products for Groovystuff, with the trend for more colorful design in mind, it noted.
The newest trend in sustainable home furniture, lighting and home décor is adding a dash of color to the neutral palette of the reclaimed materials, Groovystuff pointed out. So, the Moonshine Collection is brightened with rich hues to align with the advancing trend and to add fun flair, the company added.
The Moonshine Collection continues Groovystuff’s use of sustainable and re-claimed materials. The base material is salvaged steel drums. The company fabricated the collection for indoor and outdoor use, Groovystuff related.
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