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A New Century




"We create pieces that satisfy the owners as well as the craftsmen who build them," says Edward M. Tashjian, Century Furniture's vice president of marketing. Colorado will soon have a new Century showroom, which comes to the Denver Design District (DDD) this spring. With designers ranging from Bill Faber, Kelly Hoppen, Oscar de la Renta and Richard living roomFrinier, the legendary furniture company offers a range of styles and detailed craftsmanship."We create pieces that satisfy the owners as well as the craftsmen who build them," says Edward M. Tashjian, Century Furniture's vice president of marketing. Colorado will soon have a new Century showroom, which comes to the Denver Design District (DDD) this spring. With designers ranging from Bill Faber, Kelly Hoppen, Oscar de la Renta and Richard living roomFrinier, the legendary furniture company offers a range of styles and detailed craftsmanship. Wood-based items feature hard carving, shaping and sanding, and each employee, in addition to owning a part of the company, has an average of more than ten years of experience in fine tailoring and woodworking.

Ninety percent of Century's pieces are built in their factory in Hickory, North Carolina. This level of in-home production combined with 2,500 in-stock fabrics and leathers, allows the company to individually tailor each piece and deliver it within three weeks in most cases. "We offer high levels of customization and impeccable craftsmanship," says Century President and CEO Robert J. Maricich. "The showroom in the DDD features a wide variety of products and styles that are all customizable." Century Furniture, (303) 282-5000, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 114 West, Denver, centuryfurniture.com.

Century President and CEO Robert J. Maricich is speaking on May 2 during Design Week at the Denver Design District.

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