From Home Furnishing Business
Davis Is Groovystuff's Featured Designer for Vegas Market
At the show, Groovystuff will debut a new line of reclaimed, upholstered, and Bohemian inspired “Caravan Cubes,” made from a solid “batted” light weight foam core and canvas side panel for personal customization.
The cubes are assembled and manufactured under Davis' guidance by local artists in High Point. Each is adorned with reclaimed fabrics that provide an urban and chic element that blend harmoniously with rustic, vintage, and even nostalgic room settings. Designed specifically for Generation X, Millennial and Baby Boomer shoppers, these poufs feature denim pockets and a blank canvas side allowing the shopper to make each cube uniquely custom to his or her home.
Davis selected the reclaimed fabrics utilized in each signature cube. Featuring a slip on Velcro cover and lightweight, high density foam core center, the “Caravan Cubes” are constructed without the use of either wood or metal components. Weighing in at less than 10 pounds each, these cubes are light enough to be moved around easily by consumers of all ages and allow these signature poufs to ship economically via UPS/FedEx ultimately saving money for the consumer.
Brian Davis is a local artist/designer by trade, located in the center of the High Point furniture and fabric district. He draws inspiration from music, faith, and the dynamics of life.
For the Las Vegas Market, Groovystuff has developed not only product promotions, but also price level promotions, freight caps, and financing for all clients shopping the Groovystuff line. In addition, Groovystuff has renegotiated with its shipping company to open the door for more 40-foot-container business, which allows the retailers to purchase door-to=door service at more than half the domestic expense.
Groovystuff, Dallas, Texas, also has strengthened ties with Lyon Credit Service in order to help retailers free up cash which will help dealers finance their purchases with Groovystuff.
According to Bruning, “These are the meat and potatoes programs that every manufacturer should be examining for its customer base to make business happen," said CEO Chris Bruning.