Sunpan expands domestic upholstery collection
TORONTO – Contemporary furniture resource Sunpan has expanded its domestically-produced upholstery collection to include armchairs and special-order custom configurations.
A spokesman for the privately-held company told Home Goods Online, the Domestic by Sunpan upholstery collection is made in Canada under a confidential OEM agreement and features streamlined designs that should provide the consumers both comfort and style in contemporary, modern and transitional spaces. The special-order program will offer custom options and feature earth-friendly manufacturing and efficient lead times.
“We are so thrilled and proud to expand this local and sustainable collection to include special order custom configurations,” Sundeep Bagga, company president and chief executive officer said in a statement. “The customizable options are endless and will meet the needs of both residential and hospitality markets. I personally, have a custom sectional already on the way!”
The collection’s three base frames – Adrian, Byward and Cascade – are built using FSC certified wood and offered in 14 configurations. They are offered in 14 different coloured performance fabrics made from recycled plastic water bottles and stuffed with locally produced foam.
The target retail price point for a three-seat sofa is $2,000. At this time, neither leather nor motion are offered for this group.
Sunpan’s spokesman also told HGO the warehouse stocked program is ready to ship right now. Custom orders have anticipated delivery times measured in weeks after the retailers’ sales representative receives a finalised order.
The collection is on display at Sunpan’s permanent showrooms in Toronto and High Point, North Carolina.