Again demonstrating its commitment to design, quality and affordability, World Furniture has developed an exclusive range of products that promises to “exceed customers’ expectations” for launch at this year’s January Furniture Show …
This year will see a significant increase in World Furniture’s dining and sofa collections. The supplier’s dining segment will see the introduction of oak sets in varying sizes, new Pura designs in sintered stone and additions throughout its table and chair collections, partnered with an extensive range of fabrics and textures across new dining chairs, with features including 360° swivel function, two-tone fabric mixes and new chair leg colours.
In upholstery, World Furniture’s successful range of electric reclining sofas has been further enhanced with new models and leather colours, with a range of attractive fabric options featuring heavy texture fabrics and unique, modern designs, at “everyday value”. The supplier has also added a number of lift-and-tilt chair options to its biggest-selling sofa collections.
This year will also see a substantial increase in the supplier’s occaional offer, with unique designs, interesting materials and curated colours prominent, promising “an exclusive range at an affordable price”.
“We are very excited about 2024, and remain committed to our core values of people, quality, design, and, importantly, sustainability,” states World Furniture.
“Colour is very much a defined aspect of our offering this year, with bold colours heavily featured throughout our various collections, and natural tones also having an influence on many of our ranges. It’s always exciting bringing new colours to the fore, especially when they are very commercial.
“As mentioned, sustainability is high on our agenda, with major changes already made to our product packaging to reduce waste (in particular our plastic content).
“We look forward to seeing you all at this year’s show. If you have any questions, please contact our sales team on 02891 828202.”
Find World Furniture on stand 5-H35 at JFS, taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 21st-24th this month.