Warman Hood debuts

Future Fine Furniture in Weston, Ont., has launched a new designer collection. Only quality components are used, including an eco-friendly green foam. Frames are constructed from hardwood and kiln dried lumber, under strict supervision and are all double dowelled, glued, screwed and corner blocked.”These pieces are not mass produced,” says owner Armando Infusino. “Each one is crafted by hand.” These are pieces both the designers and manufacturers are proud to put their names on.The new Warman Hood line is a true Canadian success story, with the designers and the manufacturer combining to create a quality Canadian product. Founded by design partners Marnie Warman and Andrew Hood, the talented team is determined to create a line of high-quality, affordable product and remain hands-on from beginning to end, from initial concepts and original sketches, throughout the framing process and all fabric choices through to completion.”We make sure every piece not only looks fabulous, but is comfortable and durable as well.””We are creating furnishings for lives well lived,” says Marnie Warman, echoing the company’s slogan. “It’s about choices for consumers whose space and surroundings are important to them and enable them to enjoy the comfort of their home when spending quality time with family and friends.”