Blending products across a number of SLAB’s manufacturers is simple. Pick what you want, put them together, and they are GUARANTEED to play nicely together!
NeoCon East in Baltimore goes from Wednesday, October 29 through Thursday, October 30th.
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Come one come ALL, SLABaltimore’s Open House is just 2 weeks away!
Amplify Contrast Stitching: Custom Looks & Creative Design
SitOnIt Seating offers a striking, stylish accent to its new task chair, Amplify.
Ten striking thread colors contrast or complement the fabric on Amplify, giving the task chair an attention to detail unheard of in chairs in this price range. From bright Lemon to subtle Fog, these contrast thread colors add an extra design touch that make Amplify a stand-out in its price range.
These thread colors are available at no additional charge and are available with any SitOnIt Seating solid-color carded fabrics, including leather and vinyl (Sugar, Spice, Luxe, Horizon, Element, and Pop). Thread colors are: apple, desert, fire, electric blue, fog, lemon, navy, nickel, onyx, and white.
Go bold or add subtle sophistication — it’s your choice.
Check out all 10 exciting stitch colors by downloading the Amplify Contrast Stitching Card here.
View the contrast stitching gallery on the Amplify product page here.
SLABaltimore and Three H have teamed up to take Baltimore by storm…
Three H was founded in 1973 by Heinz Dittmann, Helmer Pedersen and Helmut Moeltner. Originally specialized in manufacturing middle- to high-end European-style residential furniture, Three H shifted its focus onto the office furniture market in the late 1980’s.
In 2003, Three H opened a permanent showroom in Suite 339 of Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. Two years later, Three H took NeoCon World Trade fair by storm with its innovative GO system for the education market – receiving accolades from attendees and media alike. This ongoing success resulted in the expansion of its New Liskeard facility in 2006.
Today, the story of Three H is still unfolding with the unveiling of a new brand and marketing campaign in 2007. The crest-inspired icon simultaneously reflects our tradition for fine craftsmanship and our potential for growth.” – three-h.com