WallGoldfinger Furniture offers new, budget conscious cafe, laptop and training tables
May 17, 2021
WallGoldfinger Furniture, a division of Mark Richey Woodworking, is offering a new line of competitively priced café, laptop and training tables.
The new Simplicity Collection is meant to allow more businesses and organizations to include WallGoldfinger furniture in their new construction and redesign plans, put name to popular previously custom furniture options and expand WallGoldfinger’s overall offerings.
Featuring modern pedestal, T- and C-bases in black or chrome-plated, Simplicity Collection tables are available in a neutral palette of veneers, plastic laminates, cast acrylic and, for a modern twist, birch core phenolic. Training tables are available with integrated power and UL-listed daisy chaining. Café tables can be upgraded by adding metal edges.
With offices in Vermont, WallGoldfinger is a 50-year-old furniture brand owned by Mark Richey Woodworking of Newburyport, Mass. WallGoldfinger furniture is made at the 130,000-square-foot Mark Richey factory, which runs on renewable energies, burns manufacturing waste into heat and is minority- and woman-owned and M/WBE certified in Massachusetts and New York City.
WallGoldfinger is perhaps best known as a high-end custom furniture manufacturer as well as the maker of two innovative reconfigurable tables lines, Arbor and Summit. WallGoldfinger Furniture can be found in the reception, dining, conference and boardrooms of the nation’s leading companies, organizations, and government agencies from Wall Street to the Whitehouse.
“We recognize the changing landscape of contract furniture both in terms of budget pressures and ease in specification. This new line will hopefully allow more companies to have WallGoldfinger quality products as part of their office furnishings,” said Robin Palmer, director of communications at WallGoldfinger. “One might, for example, look to Simplicity Collection tables for their dining and training spaces and custom WallGoldfinger furniture for their boardroom spaces.”
This new line also gives name to furniture the company has already been making. Designers around the country have been specifying similar café tables from WallGoldfinger for many years.
“Now those popular café tables are easier to specify,” Palmer said. “And for those who don’t need the compact storage offered by our Arbor training tables (that store in upright carts), these new Simplicity Collection training tables that roll and nest will be a welcome alternative.”
“With wind and solar powering our manufacturing processes and our waste burned into heat, this is also manufacturing one can feel good about,” Palmer noted.
Visit www.wallgoldfinger.com/simplicitycollection for more information on this new line, including a brochure/specification guide and price list, email email@example.com or call WallGoldfinger in Vermont at 802.278.5800.