Going Green, and Finally at a Normal Price
Lots of times, when it comes to upholstered furniture in the furniture industry, folks can't seem to get a price that works. You look around, and to be quite frank, the idea of sacrificng little Johnny's tuition money for a new loveseat or couch doesn't seem to weigh against saving the planet. So, it was a neat find for the dedicated customers who went to the Gallery Furniture High Point market trip, who each found new and novel pieces in every category, to stumble upon the likes of BKIND3 - a company dedicated to an American-made piece of quality furniture that not only is affordable, but is eco-friendly, too.
It was a visit that lent itself to the concept that price can be normalized in the eco-furniture lines, and with its sustainability model, BKIND3 was a unique and fun find that allowed Gallery Furniture to finally see some progress in comfortable price points for consumers who, yes, want to care about the environment in every aspect of their lives, but wanted to do so affordably and without breaking the family budget.
Lori Murphy, local Houston architect and member of the Gallery Furniture High Point Market trip, found this collection at the High Point market and wanted to show Gallery Furniture customers and Mattress Mack this find in a sectional whihc looks similar to pieces on the floor already at Gallery Furniture!
The sectional shown in the video as manufactured by BKIND3 carries recycled cotton and sustainably made wood framing, all done right here in the United States - Gallery Furniture believes in quality, and pieces made here in the United States are often done with care and pride and an eye on quality. Gallery Furniture's customers - the world's greatest - spend hard-earned money on their furniture, and deserve the best.