ARCHBOLD, OH— Sauder is introducing a pair of new collections, both launching in June, and if it does so a little differently than it might during another spring, the company remains consistent in its development of fresh looks meant to address the home fashion demands of consumers today.
The Spring High Point Market may have been postponed, but Sauder continues to keep the product pipeline moving with new looks enhanced by fresh style and detail.
The new Willow Place collection previewed as a prototype group at the 2019 Fall High Point Market has been reviewed and readied for rollout. The 13 pieces in the collection include items for the living room, bedroom and office. Products include a TV console with cabinet, drawer and open storage, a pedestal and an L-desk, and a pair of platform beds with open storage. Suggested retail prices range from $119.99 to $329.99.
Sauder described the Willow Place design as an easy transitional style. It comes clad in a new natural wood grain light pacific maple finish that creates a warm contemporary feel, Sauder noted. It also comes in an existing darker finish, grand walnut. The design features clean lines, but chamfered edges soften the top surfaces while adding visual depth. Matching tapered feet elevate the Willow Place pieces to display them more prominently.
The pieces are versatile and functional, with a Willow Place coffee table featuring a manual lift top that positions as a work surface or to support more leisurely electronics use. Sauder built the collection using strong lightweight hollow core panels, making rearranging a room easy.
The Pacific View collection incorporates 10 pieces with suggested retail prices ranging from $99.99 to $309.99.
For the bedroom, the collection includes a six-drawer dresser, night stand, mates bed/day bed and a four-drawer chest. For the office, Pacific View includes an L-desk and lateral file. The occasional pieces in the collection include a bookcase, coffee table and storage bench while a TV credenza stands as the entertainment component. The group provides multiple pieces that provide storage.
The Pacific View collection, as Sauder characterized it, has a casual, light, and breezy feel fashioned to suit a summer vacation on the coast. Furniture in the collection comes wrapped in a chalked chestnut finish enhanced by a weaved seagrass pattern on the doors and drawer fronts.
As with Willow Place, most pieces in the Pacific Coast collection have strong lightweight hollow core panels as components, making them easier to rearrange when circumstances require.