Spectra Home assigns brand to special-order program

Products can flow on mixed containers from China with noncustom products

HIGH POINT — Upholstery manufacturer Spectra Home has launched a special-order program aimed at growing its business among interior design professionals.

The company has offered custom options previously but did not promote this aspect of its business until it created its Custom Design Program earlier this fall.

The program offers 185 fabrics and leathers along with a variety of nailhead trim and finish options as well as contrasting throw pillows and contrasting welts. The company said that it offers these at no additional charge and with no minimums required.

Orders are shipped from its production facilities in China, where they are flowed on mixed containers with noncustom product.

By doing so, the company also expects to speed up shipping times by flowing additional product on the same container. In turn, it expects this model to better serve the design trade and other customers.

“We love partnering with interior designers,” said Jim Telleysh. “We are focusing on helping them with their business by continuing to reduce special-order lead times and expanding our fabric and leather choices.”

He added that in addition to its wide selection — with more than 175 frames — of sofas, sectionals, loveseats, chairs, ottomans and upholstered beds across the Spectra line, the program also covers product in the Tamara Day line.

“Once an interior designer opens an account, they will have access to fabric swatches, collection catalog and photography for their idea boards,” Telleysh added.

For more information on Spectra’s custom options visit www.spectrahomefurniture.com.

Customers can also contact their area sales rep or Dennis Pressley, national sales manager, at dennis.pressley@spectrahomefurniture.com, 336-885-6001, ext. 175.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at tom@homenewsnow.com and at 336-508-4616.

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