COPELAND CATALINA NARROW FILE

COP-4-CAL-25-
$1,997.00
COPELAND CATALINA NARROW FILE
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Combining the clean, unadorned lines of the International Modernists with organic and geometric forms, the Catalina Collection is suggestive of the works of America's Mid-Century Modern designers. The years following WWll were a time of uncertainty but also of great hope and progress. Designs of the period reflected that sense of hope and the promise of an ideal future. In our current period, one finds comfort and nostalgia in Catalina's retro-modern shapes and sensibilities.

Catalina Home Office includes a narrow file cabinet with anti-tip locks and can function as a printer stand. The Catalina Home Office is crafted in solid American black walnut hardwood with natural finish and Made to Order. The finish is GREENGUARD Certified for low chemical emissions.
Dimensions:
18 1/2" W x 18" L x 29 7/8" H
Copeland Furniture
Copeland Furniture has been producing wood products and furniture since 1976. They have gradually grown from a one man shop to the largest employer in the small town of Bradford, Vermont with over 100 workers using leading-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman techniques to create modern heirloom quality furniture. They remain a family owned and operated business committed to manufacturing high quality products in America.

Copeland Makes Green Furniture:
Preservation and stewardship are values that run deep in Vermont and at Copeland Furniture too. Their commitment to the environment is reflected in the furniture they design that is as green as possible, from raw material procurement through manufacturing to shipping. Copeland Furniture is one of only a few FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified furniture manufacturers working with the SmartWood program of the Rainforest Alliance. They use only sustainably harvested hardwoods from the American Northern Forest and are commited to creating durable furniture with timeless designs that will last generations. Copeland Furniture is produced in Vermont, the state with the highest environmental standards in the nation.