Selamat Designs Announces New Product Additions

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San Francisco's Selamat Designs announces the introduction of new products along with the expansion of already existing lines. The home furnishings design, development and manufacturer supplies well priced high quality furniture and accessories to the world’s leading designers, retailers and hospitality properties.

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We were very pleased with the response of all our new products," said Thatcher Davis, president. "We feel people are ready to break away from the 'Dutch dungeon' look that has permeated the industry for the past few years.

Selamat Designs, a San Francisco-based home furnishings manufacturer, is pleased to announce a list of new offerings for their customers. The new additions include individual items as well as pieces that expand some of the company's already existing collections. As always, everything offered by Selamat Designs is made with the finest materials and excellent craftsmanship.

In the company's popular Caprice cabinet collection, customers will now find the addition of new king and queen beds, tall cabinet and large etagere; all made from Mindi wood with rattan cane accents and a porcini finish. The Caprice collection is a favorite among those who love stylish sophistication combined with simple elegance.

Some of the other new products include a set of very rustic Nantucket & Durango barstools, an Ambrose headboard and wing chair, Charles stools in a variety of colors, soft blue selections in Selamat's rattan collection and an expanded Soren collection for those who appreciate the modern look.

About the company:
Started in 1988 and owned by the husband and wife team of Thatcher and Shannon Davis, the creative genius behind Selamat Designs is using sustainably grown natural materials in the highest quality production to create designs and products that will endure. Sure, they make wastebaskets…and tables and dining room chairs, hampers and desks, mirrors and benches. They just don’t believe in making them disposable. For more information, please visit their website at http://selamatdesigns.com.

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