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Chaddock

- 300 E. Green Dr.

Shuttle Stop: 13 (Green Line)

Chaddock is what’s new and next in made-in-America furniture design and manufacturing. Our expansive collection of furniture for the living room, dining room and bedroom, includes Chaddock branded designs, plus exclusive partnerships with renowned designers: Larry Laslo, Mary McDonald and David Easton. Nearly 90% of Chaddock is made in Morganton, North Carolina, the traditional home of American furniture making. Most case goods may be personalized in over 60 wood and paint finishes. Upholstery is hand-tailored in hundreds of fabrics and trims, plus COM/COL. Designers are also invited to customize Chaddock - changing dimensions, specifications, hardware and finishes to create truly unique designs. Chaddock lead times are among the best in the industry: 4-7 weeks for standard wood and upholstery, and 10-12 weeks for custom. Most COM upholstery ships in 3 weeks following receipt of fabric. Chaddock’s mission is quite simple: to design and produce the finest quality and most relevant furniture in the world. We welcome your Market visit and do ask for appointments so we may give you our undivided attention.

10:30am - 11:30am, April 15

ANATOMY OF A CHAIR SEMINAR for CEU CREDIT

Educational

Shuttle Stop: 13 (Green Line)

Chaddock invites designers to peek behind the curtain into the “interior design” and engineering of a chair. A Chaddock master craftsman will uncover the features that define quality upholstery – from double-dowel and corner-blocked frames to crowning cushions. Spoiler alert: it’s what’s on the inside that makes the outside look so very good. Attendees will earn 1 full CEU credit. Accompanied by coffee and cookies fresh from the Chaddock kitchen. Seminar attendees are invited to join us for lunch in the Chaddock dining room following the event.

10:30am - 11:30am, April 16, April 17, April1 18

STRESS-FREE DISTRESSING SEMINAR for CEU CREDIT

Educational

Shuttle Stop: 13 (Green Line)

Distressing is the by-hand artisan process that adds character, nuance and depth to the finish of new wood furniture. Done properly, distressing elevates a design from average to extraordinary. In this seminar, a seasoned master craftsman takes the “stress” out of the art of distressing with a lively hands-on demonstration and discussion. Attendees will earn 1 full CEU credit. Herbal tea & organic fruits served throughout to lighten any #HPMKT stresses. After the one-hour seminar, attendees are invited to lunch in Chaddock’s dining room.