The Bright Group Moves to New Space at NYDC

The Bright Group has moved! The furniture and casegoods company has recently relocated to the 9th floor of the New York Design Center, in Suites 1511 and 1514.

The Bright Group carries high quality contemporary and traditional furniture, casegoods, upholstered seating, lighting and accessories, including fine furniture by The Bright Chair Company, made in Middletown, New York. They not only manufacture their products in America, but also exemplify great green design, with sustainably forested wood, very low-VOC finishes, and use only foam created as a by-product from the petrol-chemical process. Other designers and manufacturers represented include Jiun Ho, Manheim-Ruseau, Evan Lewis, Dan Christmas, Knowlton Brothers, Charles Loomis and Lisa Ariotti, just to name a few. The Bright Chair Company has recently unveiled their new spring line. Take a look below at a few of their newest pieces that we really liked!

Photo credit: The Bright Chair Company

Photo credit: The Bright Chair Company

Photo credit: The Bright Chair Company

Be sure to swing by The Bright Group’s showrooms in the New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue to check out their new digs, and visit The Bright Group to learn more about the company.

image via The Bright Group

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