Atelier Phi Leads the Way in 2014 Furniture Design Trends
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(PRWEB UK) 28 April 2014

Leading architecture and design blog has announced their annual list of furniture design trends for 2014, many of which speak to Atelier Phi’s unique design process, such as an increased focus on customisation, sustainable materials and multifunctionality.

On the rising popularity of custom-made furniture, states, “Custom is usually noticeably different and different sparks conversation. People are now expressing their personality through their furniture more and more.”

Slingerland’s furniture is sparking conversation, having been compared to innovative small scale architecture in recent exhibitions across Nyon, Geneva and Montreux, Switzerland this year.

“I’m glad that more people are seeing the appeal of custom designs,” says Slingerland. “Mass produced furniture has its place, but to have at least one unique chair, table or bench in your living space really communicates your personal style. The furniture of Atelier Phi is created either bespoke or in very small series so there is a lot of care and pride put into every piece.”

The use of environmentally friendly materials is also on the rise and recommends choosing furniture made from a sustainable local source to be certain of its origins and impact on the environment. Sustainability is a main…………… continues on

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Design Weave appoints Jent EVP of sales
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David Perry — Furniture Today, April 28, 2014

Eric Jent

JAMESBURG, N.J. – Design Weave’s new executive vice president of sales is looking for retailers interested in developing sleep solution programs for their customers using the company’s expanding sleep accessories line-up.

Bedding veteran Eric Jent recently joined Design Weave, a sleep accessories producer based here, in the EVP of sales role.

“We are interested in partnering with retailers whose focus is on creating the best sleep solutions for their consumers, not only in the mattress but in the products included in the basic bedding and sleep accessory environment,” he said.

Jent is responsible for all sales strategy and the development of Design Weave products for the U.S. and Canadian markets. He reports to Henry Wang, Design Weave’s founder and president.

Jent’s furniture and bedding experience includes stints at Simmons, Ashley Furniture and, most recently, King Koil, where he was senior vice president of business developmen…………… continues on Furniture Today

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