Cozey introduces its new Canadian-Made furniture brand
Montreal-based furniture start-up, Cozey, announced the launch of its new 100 per cent Made in Canada brand, Nook. By focusing on local production and premium materials, Nook seeks to combine the rich history of Canadian furniture craftsmanship to create personalized and sustainable furniture.
Nook will also replicate Cozey’s simple modular approach and tool-free assembly to allow for peak personalization and configuration possibilities: “Our focus with Nook will always be to choose the highest quality materials and only work with forward-thinking Canadian manufacturers. We want to take furniture to another level: premium materials, Canadian craftsmanship and design innovation to put sustainability at the heart of what we do” says Frédéric Aubé, CEO & founder of Cozey.
“We have a rich-heritage in furniture manufacturing in Canada and it was important for us to offer the alternative of local production to customers. It is something that many customers were asking for and something that we were committed to since we launched Cozey. We then took Nook beyond in terms of the materials chosen, how we approached the design and the quality of our product.”
Highly resistant tight-woven fabric, top-grade Italian leather, wood structures constructed by Canadian artisanry and multi layers of high-density foam bring the quality and the comfort to new levels. “We chose the best materials we could find.”
Nook’s modern approach to personalization, local production, and complete modularity, combined with its lifetime warranty, makes it a great solution for sustainable furniture shopping. Its patent-pending assembly system creates the possibility to assemble, dis-assemble, move, re-configure, and add modules to your existing Nook.
In the upcoming months, Nook will seek to create partnerships with local manufacturers & artisans to continue to expand the collection. By working in collaboration with like-minded crafters, “Nook intends to push the limit of design innovation and sustainability in the home furnishing industry,” says the company.