LOFT 102 EXPANDS HOME OFFICE AND HOME ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS

New Avalon Collection debuts along with new home office configurations

Summer sizzles in Vegas with the latest releases from Loft 102 for the Home. Two L-shaped desks take center stage at the August 2010 Las Vegas Market. Both offer casual, comfortable styling and are packed with functionality, the difference is in the finish. Toulouse is a luminous, mid-tone cherry finish while Black Noir has an aged, rubbed black patina and cherry finish combination.

Toulouse (645TL-420) and Black Noir (645BN-420) have completely finished exteriors and decorative mouldings allowing them to be placed anywhere in a home office and still look great. There is a left and right L in each finish and the deck that can be used with these desks can also be used for existing credenzas from Loft 102.

A smaller footprint means it fits in more homes without compromising functionality. These L-desks, crafted of cherry hardwoods and veneers, feature flip down keyboard drawers with ergonomic palm rests. The desk pedestals have two box drawers and a letter/legal file drawer. The return pedestal has one box drawer and a wood door with a three-drawer appearance that conceals an adjustable shelf and a pullout tray. Cord management keeps the clutter at bay.

Avalon Writing Desk
Consumers are captivated by new finishes and fabrications in today’s marketplace.  Loft 102 is leading this design expression with their new Avalon collection.

The Avalon writing desk (720AV-410) is a stunning example of Loft 102’s new collection which features a striking new driftwood finish.  Crafted from straight-grained oak the finish is achieved using a number of sophisticated and artistic techniques. The driftwood finish is complemented by the iron-look metal frame and legs and the antique iron-style hardware. The 54” wide desk features five drawers and a framed top with subtle patterning in the center section. 

Two hot new television consoles and a storage tower are also part of Avalon’s dazzling debut, featuring the casual driftwood finish.

The two consoles, 55" (720AV-660) and 70" (720AV-661), are perfect for today’s flat screen, high-def televisions and gaming devices. With wood or glass door panels you can showcase or hide collectibles, electronic components, movies or DVDs. The open storage area with an adjustable shelf accommodates electronics including center channel speakers. Crafted from straight-grain oak solids and veneers these consoles are accentuated with antique iron-style door and drawer pulls.

The storage towers (720AV-675) allow for creative configuration since they’re non-handed. Used in a pair flanking a console, bunched together in a home office or even singly tucked in a nook, their style shines through.

Three adjustable wood shelves provide versatility and a reversible lower door conceals one adjustable wood shelf. The towers are constructed of straight-grain oak solids and veneers and antique iron-style door pulls. 


About Loft 102
Created by imaginative engineers and designers, Loft 102 embodies clever functionality and forward-looking innovations with the clean lines of American casual styling creating a new level of expectation for multi-purpose, easy-to-live-with home furnishings for today’s tech-savvy consumers.  Loft 102 is a company created by Sligh Furniture of Holland, MI.  Visit www.loft102forthehome.com.


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