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HPFi® Further Expands Flex Seating Line

HPFi (High Point Furniture Industries) is pleased to announce another expansion of the Flex seating line. Flex Tiered seating was originally introduced in 2015 with Tiered modules and Ottomans. Since then, HPFi has added Flex Lounge and additional options in Tiered and Ottoman seating. Now HPFi is more than doubling the Flex Tiered seating options with all-wood and combination wood-upholstered models and extending the Flex Ottoman collection with new shapes in both 18” and 30” heights. Click here for full press release…


 

HPFi® Expands Timbre Seating

HPFi (High Point Furniture Industries) is pleased to announce the latest addition to its portfolio of seating. Timbre bar height stools and four-leg chairs feature polypropylene seat and back engineered for comfort. The open design of the back is not only an aesthetic feature, but also a cool, breathable surface. The two-piece clam shell construction of the seat ensures a comfortable respite for longer-than-expected conversations at an HPFi Matrix touchdown table, Eve banquette of Flex Walls. Click here for full press release…


 

HPFi® Celebrates 60th Anniversary

HPFi (High Point Furniture Industries) celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. To recognize this milestone, HPFi will be celebrating with a reception in its showroom at the NeoCon World’s Trade Fair on Monday, June 11, 2018. Additionally, WGHP television station, FOX 8 has aired a segment, now accessible on the HPFi web site, recognizing the 60th anniversary of HPFi, its roots in High Point, NC - the “Furniture Capital of the World” – and its opportunities for the future. Click here for full press release…


 

HPFi® Info on California Prop 65

HPFi (High Point Furniture Industries) is pleased to announce that there is no exposure to any chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity by physical contact, respiration or ingestion in the final state of any HPFi product. Effective August 30, 2018, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) adopted revisions to California Proposition 65 (Prop 65) that require notification when the presence of chemicals exceed specific levels. Additionally, the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 requires that the Governor of California revise and republish, at least once per year, this list of chemicals known to the State to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity above certain levels. Click here for full press release…