Published on : Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Custom case goods manufacturer Tritter Feefer is launching a new import division that will be available in more limited finish options than currently available in the domestically produced line.
Tritter Feefer ID will focus on best-selling designs from the Tritter Feefer custom line that will be available in a choice of two finishes, Graphite and Light St. Moritz. Pieces in the import line include the Madame X cocktail table, the D’Ambrosio, Dew, Rita and Smillie side tables and the Kara chest and Xavier console.
In addition to import division, the ID also stands for interior design and immediate delivery, said ML Littlefield, who co-owns the business with her husband and business partner, Bill Aultman. These products will be available in stock for immediate delivery the company said.
“While we’re known for our customization capabilities, and we will continue to make furniture here in Georgia, there are generational shifts happening in the marketplace, and younger designers and shoppers in particular, are not always willing to wait for fully customized product,” Littlefield said. “More and more often, we’re finding that designers pressed for time often need something fast to complete a project that they’re working on. This new division will complement our custom line, while enabling us to hold furniture in stock for those who want, or need it, quickly.” Littlefield added further.
At the October High Point Market, the line will be on display in the company’s showroom in space IH-202 of Interhall, located on the ground floor of the International Home Furnishings Center.
In addition the company will be showing a new line of upholstered dining chairs that are designed to pair with its dining tables.
“The chairs, in three styles, with either straight or tapered legs, are available in four different performance fabrics patterns, and a choice of five different leg finishes are being produced domestically,” Littlefield noted. “Our customers are very excited because while very accessibly priced, these are not just plain ‘ol Parsons chairs. There’s a small-scale wing back, a shaped back and a more contemporary style.” he concluded.