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Fine Furniture Design Enters Casual Dining Category

Case goods and upholstery resource Fine Furniture Design is making its debut in the casual dining category at next month's High Point Market with the launch of a collection that includes 14 table base options and 32 water-based finishes.

Called Protégé Custom Dining, the company said the collection is aimed at consumers in homes with open floor plans that combine kitchen, dining, living and entertainment spaces.

The collection features three table sizes that are available with round tempered glass, quartered oak or black limba veneer tops. More than 20 new chair styles, including two with a caster option, round out the collection.

In addition, 16 chairs, bar stools and counter stools from existing collections are part of the new program. Each of the chairs is available in any of Protégé’s 32 finishes and more than 200 fabrics and leathers, the company said.

“Customization and the ability to provide consumers with current, on-trend lifestyle, color and pattern choice is a critical in today’s dining arena,” said Eric Graham, president of Fine Furniture Design. “Our Protégé casual dining collection with an abundance of options gives consumers the ability to create the perfect group to meet their unique needs.

“With the move to more casual dining and entertaining spaces, Protégé’s custom dining collection allows consumers to express their personal style,” Graham said. “Whether they tuck a 48-inch table – perfect for a card game or dinner for four – into a corner of the family room or add a 68-inch round – a favorite for entertaining and lively conversations – to a large, open-concept kitchen, you can create the dining experience that’s just right for you.”

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