CDI Furniture Has Gone All in on Reclaimed Wood

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CDI Furniture Has Gone All in on Reclaimed Wood

At the summer Las Vegas Market, CDI Furniture expanded its line of furniture made with both sustainable and reclaimed wood species.

These included Medley, a clean-lined collection that includes about 20-pieces of bedroom, dining room and occasional pieces made in Vietnam with solid plantation grown acacia in a wire-brushed, distressed finish. Key pieces included a panel platform bed with a metal base retailing at $1,199 as well as companion case pieces and occasional tables.
The Sand collection, which also offers includes bedroom, dining and occasional, is made with solid pine in a natural weathered finish and features Moroccan-inspired carved details. Key pieces include a panel bed that retails at $1,199, a low coffee table that retails at $679 and an 84-inch leg dining table that retails at $899.

The company also is known for its mixed media looks seen in its Athena collection, made with solid pine and featuring off-white Carrera marble tops on a dining table and buffet and featuring wood bases available in contrasting black or weathered gray finishes. A double door bookcase display unit and single door display cabinet in the same collection both use the same marble for shelves.

Other unique pieces included four different cabinets featuring hand-inlaid camel bone patterns surrounded by resin. Retailing at $1,999, they come in four different colors including black, blue, pink and brown, raising the total SKU count to 16.

Many people believe that CDI is on the right track for substantial amounts of growth in the coming years, and so do we at Supply Chain Solutions. We can’t reiterate enough the importance of a good relationship with your suppliers and maintaining a high level of transparency between your associates and your supply chain network. Click here on this link to send us a quick email. We would love to chat about some of our past experiences and learn how your company handles its supply chain challenges.

Written largely by Thomas Russell
Furniture Today