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Hospitality & Design NeoCon 061114

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Hale Manufacturing is well- known for its 107 years of experience in bookcases and wood cabinetry. This year at NeoCon, Hale is pleased to be introducing Hale³, a brand new addition to its modular storage line. Pronounced Hale Cubed, this new system intro- duces limitless wall storage possibilities. Hale³ is a cus- tom cube modular wall series which encourages compa- nies to "Build Your World." "It's more contemporary than what we've done in the past," said Jim Benson, President of Hale Manufacturing. "Hale³ can be changed throughout the life of the product to meet the needs of the end user. Hale³ is incredibly customizable and we're confident that it will be a popular choice in modular storage." Hale³ takes a new leap in the future by allowing buyers to mix, match and move their modular wall cubes. The company already prides itself on the ability MODULAR STORAGE SOLUTIONS FROM HALE MANUFACTURING Founded in 1985 by Dennis Couch, D.L. Couch distributes fabrics and wallcoverings from the midwest to New England. Known for being a driv- ing force in the wallcovering industry, in recent years it has become a rising star in the fabric market as well. From durable contract vinyl wallcoverings to ornate handcrafted designs to on-trend textiles, D.L. Couch has spent the last 30 years on the cutting edge of the ever- changing, style driven business of working with (and for) the nation's top designers. Notable national brands like Lanark, Versa and Source One have become go-to collections in the marketplace, combining design with durability. Based in New Castle, Ind., D.L. Couch has showrooms located in Indianapolis, Minneapolis, and at the world's largest design center, Chicago's Merchandise Mart. A family owned and operated Kelly's Hickory Furniture reported that it is expanding operations by acquiring an American staff, reps, opening a new dis- tribution point in Hopkins, Minn. and adding new products, fabrics and styles. Mike Patterson, National Sales Manager, said, "We already have a selec- tion that's over 100 SKUs wide. With the addition of our new bedroom products and some of the ideas we have for accessories, we've become a great source for affordable hickory furniture. "We are on track to become the next big player in the hickory furniture business," he continued. "We are rapidly expanding our inventory, targeting affordable price points and delivering superior craftsmanship to our base of retail furniture store customers." Kelly's Hickory Furniture, Inc. has been produc- ing hardwood furniture since the early '90s through its sister company, Woodbury Furniture. The company An interview with Kelly Bartz, General Manager, Intectural, Inc. HDSD: Tell our readers about your com- pany. What's your main line of business? KB: Intectural is a Midwest-based distri- bution company. Our focus is to bring innovative architectural materials to the forefront of design and architecture. Intectural's commitment to con- servation and sustainability parallel our company princi- ples and practices, offering unique relationships with manufacturers, and high quality sustainable sheet goods for the design community. HDSD: Compare the position of your products and their technology against the current market. KB: Many in the A & D community are driven towards Step into a new direction in mod- ular carpet with Mannington Commercial's 18-inch by 36-inch carpet plank collection, Against the Grain. Inspired by the bold grains of rough hewn and reclaimed woods, the product line is made up of four distinctly cut aesthetics that bring stunning visuals and rich textures to a space, without overwhelming other design elements. The guiding vision of the collection is not to try to mimic natural materials in carpet, but rather to bring creative interpretations of bold and weighty wood grains, while using the unique textures of carpet to create a sophisticated aesthetic. The result is a carpet with a warm, organic energy, yet the high perform- ance, low maintenance characteristics demanded for hospitality projects. In a similar vein, the collection is designed for Continued on Page 19 Stay connected with TechTop, a Wireless Charging Surface Technology by LG Hausys. Charge your phone on any sur- face imaginable without tan- gling cables or hunting for out- lets. Simply place your phone on the charging station embedded in HI-MACS and enjoy the benefits of wire- less charging. Officially launching on July 1, TechTop is a powerful solution readily available to enhance your daily lives. TechTop is a quick and easy solution to an everyday nuisance. No more different chargers, no more damaged cords and no more cluttered cables. Imagine lounges, waiting rooms, airports, hotels, fast food chains, public transportation stations and homes with TechTop technol- ogy seamlessly integrated into the surfaces with a single hidden connection to the outlet. Now you can wirelessly charge any make, model or manufacturer's compatible Continued on Page 17 Continued on Page 19 Continued on Page 19 Continued on Page 19 Continued on Page 19 D.L. COUCH INSPIRING CREATIVE DESIGN KELLY'S HICKORY ENTERS RUSTIC HICKORY MARKET DESIGN AGAINST THE GRAIN INTECTURAL: BRINGING INNOVATION TO DESIGN, ARCHITECTURE LG HAUSYS INTRODUCES WIRELESS CHARGING TECHNOLOGY O s e r C o m m u n i c a t i o n s G ro u p C h i c a g o W e d n e s d a y, J u n e 1 1 , 2 0 1 4 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NEOCON

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